I've neglected to mention ... a piece of clothing I recently bought, that's making me even more comfortable outside in cold weather: fleece-lined jeans from Carhartt. They are the bomb!
Despite having (a relatively mild case of) Raynaud's disease, with the right apparel I'm not having much trouble. The one exception: my hands. I still don't have a great solution for keeping my hands comfortable while still allowing me to work with some semblance of dexterity. My best answers today are (a) a pair of electrically heated gloves (designed for motorcyclists), and (b) a pair of well-insulated mittens combined with chemical heaters. My fingers still get painful in the gloves if it's cold enough, and of course in the mittens my dexterity is quite impaired. Still searching for a good answer for that!
The insulated boots I got earlier this year have proven to be a great answer for my cold feet. Yesterday afternoon I was outside for about four hours, including an hour in a near-blizzard condition, and my feet (and legs) were comfortable the whole time...
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