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    Windproof overmitts?

    Anyone ever used a thin wind/waterproof overmitten for winter riding?

    Seems like an unlined shell with a fleece or wool glove underneath would make a good flexible system.

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    I did, years ago. Works pretty well. Pogies work better unless it's full on raining.

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    Gore Windstoppers expensive but hands down the best gloves I've used. I use them xc skiing as well.

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    I had some Windstopper gloves and hated them. Need something to wear over other gloves to make a layer system.

    I am going to get some OR mitts made of Pertex Shield material.

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    i've seen this thread for a few days pop up as the latest thread... every time i see it, i think.... "why would you need windproof ovenmitts?"

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