I load up on HotHands in various shapes and sizes, put on a base layer of SmartWool crew top and bottoms, follow it with a Filson suit of thicker Merino wool and add a pair of Thinsulate-lined Wrangler ProGear jeans and a thick Woolrich shirt. My boots, Ranger Wyoming pacs rated for 40 below, go on over a pair of RedHead Thermolite liners and Extreme Cold socks. As I'm heading out the door, everything gets topped off with a RedHead Cold Weather System parka and bibs, followed by a white wool parka and pants, per Canadian hunting law, a Servus snowmobiler's facemask and a pair of Thinsulate-insulated fleece gloves. The good news is that my outfit seems to be cold proof; the bad news is that I can barely move. To get in the back of the minivan, I have to lean to the left and swing my right leg up and over the side door's threshold. From there it's just a matter of pulling myself in and rolling over into a half-sitting, half-standing position on one of the seats.