Hey! I do part of my commute by running mostly barefoot. Now temperatures are dropping on this part of the earth and I need to put shoes/sandals as the ball of my feet start to complain. I got a nice blister this summer when running on hot weather and I got the same feeling when running on cold asphalt (5C). I'd be happy to avoid any kind of temperature injury. I found this thread https://www.thebarefootrunners.org/threads/barefoot-cool-days.21523 but I guess my predicament is more about the transition. I try to follow the relax advice as much as I can, take it as easy as possible and small and frequent steps. What are your experiences when temperature drops? Any kind of advice to improve barefoot distance? How do you guys test your limits for a sustainable running experience? I mean excluding challenges. Thanks for any input!