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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 11-15-2012, 06:41 PM Thread Starter
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Anyone have any recommendations for a good pair of cold weather gloves that are affordable?

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It's hot as heck down here in So. Texas, but started to getting cold enough to freeze my hands through my summer gloves. I just bought some cheap $10 lightly padded winter gloves off of ebay. I went really cheap since I'll only use them for about 1 month and a half out of the year. But they've made a huge difference, and you can't really tell how cheap they were. In PA, the cold may still get in, so you'd probably need a liner glove as well



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Yeah as soon as it started to cool down wifey was like buy some motorcycle overpants saw some for 100.00 but I was like I'd wear them for like a month maybe

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I stay in Dallas Tx so yeah cheap gloves for me
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It's been in the 40s the last couple weeks and I haven't been wearing gloves, killing my hands I think I'll get a cheap pair after work today

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Let me know what you find because in MI it's getting pretty damn cold lol and I've been wearing my winter gloves which are not very practical. To thick!


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I also considered getting some decent quality winter gloves from Bass Pro Shop for about $20.



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they do sell glove liners at motorcyle shops in my area. don't know how well they work for very cold weather, but if you're near a Cycle Gear you could check these out http://www.cyclegear.com/eng/product...ers/web1008353 or just order online. Quite inexpensive, if they work
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Nice! If my cheap winter gloves still let the cold in when it gets below 50 then I'll order some liners to wear inside of them. I bought a size up on winter gloves because it was all they had in stock, so we'll see what happens. Thanks for the link!



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I rode the other night in 31 degrees for about 20 miles on the highway doin about 70-75. Surprisingly I didn't get too cold at all!


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