Last winter, all the rage on ADV was a pair of Gladiator gloves made by the Refrigiwear company. They sold for around $18, were waterproof, good down to minus 30, and were made for those working in the commercial freezer businesses. I shoveled snow in minus 30 for an hour, rode with these in the teens when the roads were clear, and have ridden in terrible rain...and hands stayed dry. Gloves really stiff when new, but they do soften up a little bit with basic usage.
I like heated gloves too...Warm-N-Safe works for me. Keep the hands toasty and dry.
Lighten up, Francis. If you can't take some sarcasm, an Internet forum is the last place you should be.
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Last edited by Mastery; 08-12-2014 at 03:19 PM.
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