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Sometimes the only riding I can get it during the week is to bring the duc to work with me. But, the 6 am commute thru central PA is often a bit chilly. I need a set of gloves that can handle a 40 minute commute through 30 - 40F weather and still allow me to feel my fingers at then end of it.

Any suggestions?
 
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Re: Suggestions for Cold Weather Riding Gloves (thwyld1)

Pretty cheap solution to try, is to goto REI or some other outdoorsie store and buy some glove liners and use them with your current gloves. I had some success with them this past winter, really didn't ride that much with them. But they are only around $15, so give them a try.
 
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Re: Suggestions for Cold Weather Riding Gloves (thwyld1)

This may sound strange and I haven't even tried it but.......
Maybe try some Latex stretchy gloves under your current gloves. You know, the kind you see at the Doctors office.
I use them on occassion to work on my car and every time I take them off, my hands are sweating. They would be thin enough for inside your glove & cheap if they didnt work.
 
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Re: Suggestions for Cold Weather Riding Gloves (CaliDuc)

Wearing rubber gloves is not a bad idea, I'll give it a go and see what happens. I have a set of liners, but they're just a bit too thick to fit under my gloves. This makes my hands colder because of how tight they are.
 
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Re: Suggestions for Cold Weather Riding Gloves (thwyld1)

Give me your address and I'll send your a box! I have tons. But seriously, I'm sure BMW must make something since their bikes can be ridden snow, sleet, hail, etc.
If your not a BMW fan, you should check out Daytona--that's right the same people who make the killer boots. Their gloves are very form fitting but Gore-Tex! They're good to 30 degrees roughly. I love mine.
 
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Try some Harley Davidson gloves ...yikes!!
Needed some warm weather gloves in a pinch while on a tour and only shop around was HD. The warmest gloves I've owned...cheap $25.. gaunlet with pull string, Cordura...(sorry I don't know the model number)...
I don't even bring out my 'lectric gloves anymore.
 
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Glove Liners are OK, but not great, and they will stretch out your gloves.
Rubber Gloves don't work very well.
 
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Firstgear. I just got back from Barber to/from Northern VA. But next year, electric.
 
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Re: Suggestions for Cold Weather Riding Gloves (thwyld1)

Heated grips man, they work a treat, I have them cos I get cold fingies from slow circ but they work fantastic eh.
 
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