I climbed orizaba at the end of december and i came back with numb toes. My boots turned out to be a bit inadequate for the temps we were exposed to. It's been about 4 months and my toes are slowly regaining their feeling but my fingers have been extremely sensitive to cold ever since. They become tingly and numb when it is cool (i.e. below 60f) and get very painful when it's colder than that or when i am running hard. My fingers will be icy when no-one elses' are even cold. They are also slightly swollen. It is like the circulation is very poor.
Has anyone experienced this after being exposed to very cold temps or has anyone heard of raynaulds being triggered by cold exposure? Any references on this or recommendations for warm gloves that 'breathe' would be very much appreciated. I'm hoping that daily exposure to 90f+ temps will reslove this in time but in the meantime, i'm getting some strange looks wearing gloves while running in 65f weather.