My daughter was just diagnosed with Raynaud's and we live in Alaska. We haven't always lived here, but she has always suffered with these terrible episodes of her feet, hands and nose getting so cold that she cries in pain. So I am reaching out to the world for help on how to keep her warm. I have bought nearly every winterboot that is rated to -40 degrees F and she still freezes when the temps are barely at freezing. Not to mention what I have spent and bought for gloves. I'm pretty savy with a sewing machine and thought about making her some mittens that may look a little more fashionable than what I have found thus far. She is an avid runner, she runs X-country and track. Both sports are during cool temps and she is miserable waiting for heat or waiting for the meet to begin. Please remember she is your average teenager and is trying her best to embrace this, but is frustrated with the lack of fashion in extreme cold weather gear. If anyone can send me some websites it would be great. I'm at the point of trying the Baffin Extreme Winter boot rated at -134F, but no clue for gloves. I know what to do for the possible sweating, between wool socks and putting cornstarch in her sock along with spraying her feet and hands with anti-perspirent. thanks fo all the help you send. I hate seeing my daughter in pain doing the things she loves most.