Cycling gloves

Discussion in 'Accessories' started by cyclingfreak12, Nov 5, 2016.

  1. cyclingfreak12

    cyclingfreak12 New Member

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  2. bryangreene

    bryangreene New Member

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    Yes it's a good brand. You can use their products.
     
  3. Maya_Abbot

    Maya_Abbot New Member

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    Totally agree! I`m happy with this brand as well!
     
  4. Maya_Abbot

    Maya_Abbot New Member

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    I need new ones as well, thanks for your help!
     
  5. sirenashura

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    So I've been commuting to and from work and it's getting too cold for my hands (about a 20-minute bike ride). I've been looking on Amazon for reviews on winter gloves, but most say they're only good for 40 degrees and up Fahrenheit. I'm just wondering if what other people are using that will work for <20 degrees or so.
     
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