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    Versatile, windproof winter gloves?

    I bought some Gore Windstopper gloves last winter which were a huge dissapointment...not really windproof at all, cold below 50 deg. F.

    I have some Giro Proof gloves which are pretty good around the 30 degree range on the road bike.

    Anyone used any that are good from 30 to 50 degrees F on the road bike and windproof? Thanks a bunch. It is for Alabama winters which are still humid and cold.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Johnny K
    I bought some Gore Windstopper gloves last winter which were a huge dissapointment...not really windproof at all, cold below 50 deg. F.

    I have some Giro Proof gloves which are pretty good around the 30 degree range on the road bike.

    Anyone used any that are good from 30 to 50 degrees F on the road bike and windproof? Thanks a bunch. It is for Alabama winters which are still humid and cold.
    I have had good results with Kinco Warm Grip gloves from the big farm supply store. Not wind proof but plenty warm even when wet.

    Bonus that they cost $5-10.

    Windproof shell gloves just make my hands colder.
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