|Somebody recommend windproof glove...brrrrr!||Breakfast|
Jan 6, 2004 5:57 AM
|So far everybody I've asked on my group ride with full fingered gloves that look like they're warm tells me the glove isn't that warm, and that wind still gets in.
I'm still looking, especially at gloves with Windstopper fabric and wondering who can swear by a brand and model.
|Assos Isotex (nm)||Mike Prince|
Jan 6, 2004 7:05 AM
|Manzella Windstopper w/ Thinsulate glove liners $25 (nm)||innergel|
Jan 6, 2004 7:18 AM
|I have 2 kinds of gloves that I swear by...||Bill J Pappas|
Jan 6, 2004 9:13 AM
|For riding in cool weather(+4 Celsius, and up)I like the Biemme windstopper gloves! They keep me warm enough, and this same pair have endured several years worth of riding, washing, wiping runny noses, and they've held up very well!
For cold weather riding(-7 Celsius), you can't beat Swix lobster claw gloves(XC ski gloves), with windblocker. They keep my hands toasty, especially when I wear a glove liner, and they still allow me to shift/brake easy enough!
|Outdoor Research worked this morning.||dzrider|
Jan 6, 2004 11:30 AM
|Right at freezing when I left for work. I put a pair over a pair of full finger riding gloves and my hands feel fine. Over poly-pro liners they work in colder weather. Imho ski stuff is better than cycling stuff in cold weather.|
|Nalini thermal gloves from||Lone Gunman|
Jan 6, 2004 4:41 PM
|longscycle.com $18. Sort of remind you of soccer goal keeper gloves. Feel like foam, soft inside fiber, fully synthetic.|
Jan 6, 2004 6:10 PM
|I got a pair of $8 padded ski gloves at Wallmart that do the trick better than my $50 bike gloves. Think about it, skiing is all baout keeping the wind out and the chill.|| |