Do you know what core temperature the body has to be at before hypothermia settles in? If not, huddle around the wood stove and we’ll tell you. By all expert accounts, it’s 95 degrees Fahrenheit and things only tend to go downhill from there. So why run the risk of letting loved ones get more than a bad case of the shivers during their outdoor adventures, especially when there’s winter apparel available that may help warm their hearts and bodies? Let’s take beanies, headbands and winter gloves as examples.