Still Cold Where You Are? These 5 Things Will Help

Cold weather blankets most of the country, but you still don't have enough excuses.

Admit it, you're sick of winter already, aren't you? You'd like to be outside, but braving the weather becomes a burden after a while.

Dressing warm is still a necessity, at least until things thaw out a bit. These five warm items will keep you warm out in the cold, and help prevent cabin fever for the rest of the season.

1. Keep your dome warm with a U.S. Military Surplus Jeep Cap.

They are sold at Sportsman's Guide in a 3-pack for just $14.99, which really doesn't get much better. The 100% acrylic hats with a 2" brim will keep your head warm and the sun out of your eyes.

2. The Mil-Tec Men's N-3B Parka is a hot deal.

For a clearance price of $38.99, this warm coat is a deal to say the least. If you are looking for a budget-friendly winter coat you will be quite happy.

3. When your legsneed to stay warm the Guide Gear Men's Elements XT Insulated Bibs are a great idea.

Available at Sportsman's Guide and priced at $109.99, these bibs have 150 grams of Thinsulate Insulation and a waterproof shell. You'll be good to go for the next upcoming blizzard.

4. Cold hands need the Guide Gear Men's Insulated Guide Dry Snowmobile Gloves.

These insulated gloves are made for snowmobilers but they will also work well for the snow clearing details of your driveway and vehicles. Available at Sportsman's Guide buyer's club price is $22.49 or $24.99 non-club price. Prevent frostbite with these Thinsulate Insulated and waterproof gloves at a budget friendly price.

5. U.S. Military Surplus Cold Weather Mickey Boots are rated -30 degrees Fahrenheit.

These used surplus boots have a completely rubber-encased, wool insulation that keeps your feet toasty in the worst conditions possible. At a great price of $59.99, you can spare to buy a couple pairs to keep in your vehicle for emergencies, or gift to your fellow winter outdoorsmen.