posted on Sep, 28 2009 @ 07:58 AM
One key to controlling sweat/moisture when bundled up is a base layer that wicks like crazy. No cotton for this job.
Dressing properly, in layers, so you can remove layers if getting too hot and sweating is also recommended.
Moisture wicking base layer, insulating layer, shell/protective layer, in that order.
An outer layer that lets water vapor out and prevent liquid water from coming in (gore-tex and the like) is the cat's meow.
When out in the cold and bundled up, work and move more slowly, with frequent pauses and breaks in order to keep your heat and moisture production
slow and steady, such that your clothing can keep up. This will help prevent you from getting wet, and thus cold, from perspiration.
There's some quick "general" tips to stay dry in cold weather off the top of my head, thank you (again) Scouting!
[edit on 28-9-2009 by tjack]