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    Gloves for 30F - 45F

    Hi I am still looking for gloves for 30F - 45F.
    I have Pearl Izumi thermal lite which are my favorite, still good down to 40F, even a bit lower.
    I bought Pearl Izumi Cyclone, which are thicker, but somehow, not better than thermal lite I already have, actually a bit worse.
    thicker, and still cold for 40-50F riding.

    What do you recommend?

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    the 30-40F temp range doesn't tell the whole story, what kind of riding are they for?
    For MTB, light XC ski gloves work pretty well for trail riding, even below freezing, but for extended downhills or commuting, where wind chill is a big factor, I find I need much better wind protection, road-bike winter gloves, or DH ski gloves or Ice climbing gloves.

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    These cheap motorcycle gloves have been great for me. My hands haven't gotten cold and I normally am a huge baby about cold hands

    BILT - Climate Textile Off-Road Motorcycle Gloves - Gloves - Off-Road - Cycle Gear

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    I use these when backpacking, and for riding in cold weather. Had them on for the first part of a ride today. High in the 40s, and too warm after a few miles. These are just windproof shells, and need to be bought a size larger if used with liners. Can't imagine needing insulation for my hands unless it's well below freezing, and don't use liners even when daytime temps are in the teens, but I do run hot...

    Manzella Silkweight Wind Ultra Touchtip Gloves - Men's - REI.com

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    Fox anti-freeze gloves.

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    I do fine with standard full finger gloves down to the low 50s.
    Been riding with the 100% Briskers this season in temps between high 20s and high 40s.
    Perfect dry conditions "winter" glove for me.

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