Join Date: Jun 2009
Location: Richmond, VA USA
I too have no tolerance for the cold in my hands. My legs never seem to get cold but my hands are cold in the forties. I had a pair of Tourmaster winter elite gloves, good, but not below freezing. I then tried and still have a pair of Tourmaster Synergy electric gloves. Much better, but still not great. They are big and bulky and I hate that. So, now for the solution (at least for me). A pair of First Gear Carbon Heated gloves. They are very warm, to warm at times. They have much less bulk. You can feel heated grips better through them. I have had them out down to 15 deg (no comments from my friends to the north) and they worked great, not the least bit cold. In the thirties you only need to turn them up half way. Not the cheapest solution, but it will work.
Winter ridding is some of the best, so don't let the cold stop you.
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