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Anyone recommned some good thermal gloves

swalld 02 Jan 11:40  

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Looking for a late Christmas present and want to keep hands & fingers warm in new year

Faroth 03 Jan 15:34  

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Sealskin glove range pretty good - been out today with my pair and hands OK at near freezing temps.

My Latest Route: Nov 2010 Keelby to Normanby Le Wold and North Ormsby Loop

tonythegreek 04 Jan 14:34  

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HI SWALLD
I HAVE BEEN USING MITTS
THE HANDS GET A CHANCE TO HEAT UP AND CIRCULATE WARMISH AIR AROUND YOUR FINGERS NOT LIKE GLOVES WHERE THERE IS LITTLE HEAT HENCE GET COLDER
ASK ANY MOUNTAINEER
RRGARDS TONY

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krazykayaker 04 Jan 22:54  

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I just use a pair a pair of windproof and waterproof trek mates gloves that i got from go outdoors for a tenner

I've used them on 4 hours rides in temps down to -7 and have been fine


My Latest Route: Jan 2010 Corley Circular via Fillongley and Ash Green

sean8997 05 Jan 18:17  

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I use Endura Cordura waterproof gloves, pretty good the other day when i went out

My Latest Route: Nov 2011 Bala Lake Vernwy Loop

tbask 08 Jan 22:47  

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I found my sealskins alone didn't really do the job on a long ride in sub zero temps. TonytheGreek is right , air circulation and blood circulation seems to be the key. Anything really fitting doesn't help with this. The best thing I found was a pair of army surplus gortex over mitts on top of the sealskins. Super cheap, bit awkward to operate breaks and gears but worth it i.m.o


Paul JH 13 Jan 13:11  

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This year i purchased a pair of Winter gloves from "Tenn-Outdoors" for 16 quid. Not a bad buy if you,re on a budget

The padding is quite thick, but i did find them to be very warm. the only issue i have is that the inside gets damp from perspiration, and this takes some effort to dry out.

Product Features
100% waterproof and windproof protection from the elements
Tenns's own gel grip technology integrated with 3M Thinsulation for winter riding pleasure
Lightweight padding and insulation offers total flexibility as well as added protection
Extended padded over the wrist cuff, with secure Velcro fastening
Great value for money guaranteed as always by Tenn Outdoors manufacturing

Reveiws on Amazon through which they can be bought were favourable

My Latest Route: May 2013 NW Ipswich

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