the best winter gloves

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  1. catch

    catch New Member

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    I am sick of having cold fingertips - can anyone recommend a pair of warm + waterproof gloves that are not too cumbersome for road riding in the winter please
     
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  2. Xsmoker

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    Your ski gloves!
     
  3. ed073

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    Assos or Pearl Izumi
     
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    bikeguy2004 New Member

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    Ditto on the ski gloves, when it's colder than 38F. When it's warmer, I use gore windstopper gloves, over my normal riding gloves.
     
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    Thick, padded, Gore-tex gloves for alpine-skiing
     
  6. TKOS

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    I use Louis Garneau lobster gloves. Easy to shift and hold onto the bike with. Water resistant and breathable. Good gloves.
     
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    Lobster gloves for frost and below (taking windchill into account), otherwise a thin running-glove and normal bike gloves over them!
     
  9. ed073

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    ski gloves are too bulky for accurate shifting or using your computer, HRM etc
     
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    alienator Well-Known Member

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    Down to around freezing, a pair of PI Windstopper gloves. Any lower and I'd throw on my Cloudveil IceFloe gloves, that I use ice climbing: their less bulky than ski gloves, with muy better dexterity and feeling.
     
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