Do not for a moment think that wearing a pair of hand warmers is going to make you look or seem out of place in terms of your masculinity. On most occasions anyhow, in the dead of winter and on the coldest of nights, most men will be wearing a pair of leather or wooden gloves if they can help it. It is sensible to do this. Otherwise you are stuck with frostbitten fingers, and what use will that be to you or anyone else for that matter.
Speaking of which, what use to mainstream society will all professionals be if they are not protecting themselves adequately from the extreme elements. These are the professionals that need to be out of doors, even during extreme weather conditions. Your law enforcement and road traffic officers still need to keep up their beats. And especially those officers who will be patrolling your streets on motorcycles. They will, unashamedly, be wearing hand warmers.
They look quite masculine in any case, so who is going to notice. Imagine law enforcement officers not being able to shoot straight when called to do so as a matter of their duty to you. Speaking of shooting matters, hunters in your local forests and reserves will always be using their hunting hand warmers with rifles and buckshot, so to speak, slung over their shoulders. Because they are out in nature, they will be dressed pretty warmly too.
But their dress sense remains practical. The clothing is warm enough but it leaves more than enough comfort zones to allow men on the hunt and men on the watch to move their limbs about freely and without any restriction. The next time you see your pizza delivery guy shivering at your doorstop you might want to recommend him a pair of hand warmers.