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Cold nipples! Advice please!

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Cold nipples! Advice please!

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No offers of warming required. 😉 Now I'm riding myself, no longer a pillion, it gets cold in certain areas! What do ladies use (and I suppose men with sensitive ones too!) to keep the nips warm? Thank you in advance.

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Gingey @ 27/10/2018 07:06  

I found liquid chocolate was good but makes a hell of a mess. Or you could just try a base layer lol

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JP @ 27/10/2018 07:18  

Only parts of me that ever get cold on a bike are my fingers and toes despite multiple base layers everywhere!! Never had cold nips though and never even occurred to me or anyone else I know... weird question...

lol at JP :)

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Dee7 @ 27/10/2018 07:39  

I found that Aldi's motorbike base layer thermal leggings and top are very effective,and cheap enough to buy a spare set ,for use when the first lot start attracting cats..wind stopper panel on top is very good indeed..their bike socks good too,and last years..:)>

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jinx57 @ 27/10/2018 07:51  

Indoors i find everthing catches on my clamps...☋ :)>

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jinx57 @ 27/10/2018 07:54  

Jinx, that put all sorts of images of my head 😱😂

I've never suffered with cold nippleage! But try a couple of thin layers n a decent micro fleece, if you haven't got base layers. 👍

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Lindsay @ 27/10/2018 08:34  

At least you,ll have somewhere to hang ya coat.

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yarg @ 27/10/2018 09:44  

Get a heated jacket, I went to york-12 chill factor, life saver

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Deleted Member @ 27/10/2018 10:08  

Yarg that hit the spot Lmao.

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GL Blue @ 27/10/2018 10:19  

Painfully cold fingers but silk inners in gloves made difference and tights under jeans or leathers and then thick thermal socks kept toes snug....... I used to get cold chest yes but boobs are meant to be one the warmest places on a woman and sailors should warm their hands there.... 😂 😂 😂 😂 😂 🤣🤣🤣

Or that's what I keep telling the locals anyhow 😂😂😂😂😂 pmsl

But agree with above..... Laters layers layers... Like 3 tops a jumper a hoodie and then jacket

You can get neck warmers with a bit that goes down chest a bit too which msy help

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xSuzix @ 27/10/2018 15:36  

Agree with inners in gloves xsuzix, though I don't think I've ever thought ...wow, my nips feel really toasty with these inners in my gloves! 😂😉

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Lindsay @ 27/10/2018 16:32  

Too much information...??

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jinx57 @ 27/10/2018 18:22  

There are some great heated jackets on the market that can either plug directly into 12v socket on bike, theyre great for longer runs. For shorter runs, there are some horse-riding gillet type jackets that work on battery packs. I seen that Homebase now sells heated fleeces too that are battery pack.

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Madjock @ 28/10/2018 18:34  

Try a padded bra

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windy1960 @ 28/10/2018 19:44  

Can't find one in my size...:(>

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jinx57 @ 29/10/2018 06:24  

are they cold or is it just the excitement of riding bike?

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dubs @ 30/10/2018 18:06  

A hairy chest works for me:)
Eat more crusts....

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Deleted Member @ 31/10/2018 07:40  

I have it on good authority (from my beloved Grandad) that crusts make ya hair curl, not put hairs on ya chest (that's usually strong alcohol)!

Hence the reason my hair goes curly, I ALWAYS ate my crusts 😉

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Lindsay @ 31/10/2018 19:38  

YOU HAD CRUSTS???!!! Luxury.....:p

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jinx57 @ 31/10/2018 19:51  

£15-20 on ebay, 4 heated pads that can be placed anywhere you want inside your jacket. rechargeable 12v with a led display

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