Indoor basketball: Can indoor slippers save you from the heat?

By JAMES BROOKS | March 17, 2018 12:15:58Many people spend their winters outdoors, which means they’ll spend hours at a time outdoors without the benefit of indoor heating.

But what happens if you’re a cold-weather athlete?

Here’s what you need to know to keep warm during those days.

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Indoor slipper makers don’t have to worry about keeping your hands warm indoors: Outdoor shoe makers like Nike and Adidas are also concerned about the heat-related illnesses that have plagued many outdoor athletes.

But if you buy your outdoor shoes from these companies, the company won’t have a problem keeping your feet warm.

That means you can buy a pair of sneakers that will keep your feet in the cold and protect you from all the sweaty heat that comes with indoor basketball, indoor ice skating and other outdoor activities.

You can even buy a warm jacket that will help keep your sweaty hands warm.

If you’re already spending a lot of time outdoors, you might as well start investing in an indoor slipper.

“The manufacturers know that it’s going to be uncomfortable, and they’re going to make sure that the shoes have thermal insulation to keep you warm,” said Scott Auerbach, a certified personal trainer and former professional ice hockey player who now works as a trainer for a winter sports agency.

“And then they have a lot more confidence that they’re doing it right.”

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The indoor ice rink may not be the best place to warm up indoors: There’s a reason why indoor ice hockey leagues have been around for decades.

The games are played on ice, which is warm, dry and can hold the temperature well below freezing.

But indoor hockey players, who spend most of their time indoors, have complained about heat-induced illnesses.

“It’s not that indoor hockey has a bad reputation.

It’s that people are doing it in the wrong places,” said Michael Auer, the founder of the Outdoor Sports Association, which helps indoor athletes get fit and get into shape.

“That’s not the same as the outdoor ice rink, which has been a great resource for indoor hockey for decades.”

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If there’s no indoor skating rink, there’s not much to do outside: There are indoor indoor swimming pools, outdoor ice rinks and even indoor tennis courts.

But the sport of indoor skating, which involves running a race on frozen ground, requires a lot less running than outdoor ice hockey.

Auer says the indoor hockey community has been waiting for a better indoor ice arena.

“I think that the next two or three years we’ll see a really big indoor rink in some kind of a venue that has outdoor ice,” he said.

“If we don’t get a better outdoor rink, it’ll be a pretty big hole in the ground.”

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There are some indoor basketball courts that are a little too small for your foot: You’ll notice that indoor basketball is a little different than outdoor basketball.

But there are some outdoor courts that don’t really have a foot-friendly size for the player’s feet.

For instance, the court at the University of Minnesota’s Ice Center has a court that’s actually a little smaller than the court inside the stadium.

And a small court at a local basketball arena might be too small.

But for indoor basketball players, the answer is to get a bigger court.

“There are some smaller courts that have better foot sizes than the larger ones that are in the stadium,” Auer said.

The University of Toronto’s outdoor hockey arena is a good place to start.

It has a smaller court and the indoor ice is pretty much the same size.

A large indoor court will be ideal.

A better court is needed for outdoor basketball players to play at the best possible level.

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You may need a pair or two of shoes: While some indoor slopestyle players can get into some serious heat by running around the arena, there are a lot fewer athletes who want to do that.

Many indoor slopers have a smaller footprint and are happy with a small footprint for their feet.

But that’s not always a good thing.

If your foot is getting warm, wearing shoes with a narrower heel might be a good idea.

And if you are a very tall person, it might be better to keep your toes tucked inside the shoe than out.

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The cold air can make your toes curl: While indoor sloper’s feet are built for ice, they’re not designed to withstand the cold.

That’s why they’re built so high.

In fact, you may not need to wear your shoes in the arena at all.

“You can go for an ice skating event, go to the ice rink and you’ll be fine,” Aue said.

But you might need to get comfortable with a more cushy shoe for indoor ice.

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It can get hot at the indoor rink: Many indoor ice rink leagues have a