Which chain lube for winter riding?
So I've got my first fatbike and done a couple of snow rides and am starting to wonder what chainlube to run. My Fatback's chain seems to have come very well greased, I'm guessing that it is still the packing lube on the chain but seems to be working fairly well (I've never run an FSA chain before, maybe they just throw a lot more lube on it at the factory). I personally will be riding between 5C (41F) down to -10C (14F) in fairly humid snowy conditions, but I'd also like to hear recommendations for colder, drier conditions too.
My current lube collection is pretty wide thanks to trips to IB as well as trail finds. Here's a list;
Boeshield T9 (my fave)
Prolink Gold (heard good things but haven't used due to issues with plastic bashguards)
White Lightning Epic, and Cleanride.
I'm going to test out what I've got, but any input/experiences from those of you with a few seasons under their belt would be appreciated!