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    Warmest Gloves??

    My hands regularly freeze during my 2-4 hour morning rides. I will ride in the 20s (plus wind chill). My fingers go numb and get very painful.

    PLEASE HELP!!!...Can you recommend the warmest winter glove (or glove combo = outer and inner glove) you have ever owned? I need brand and model specifics, please.

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    Pogies.

    Rarely do I have an issue with hands mtb or road. Tho I know I do not like bulky gloves such as the heavier Pearl Lobsters.

    I've only used a set of pogies once but they were great.

    Good luck.
    I figure the odds be fifty-fifty.

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    I wear POC DH gloves, sweaty in the summers, warm in the winter, and great in high impact situations. For road I have a pair of Endura gloves that seem to be very wind and weather resistant, which is a big contributing factor to cold hands, they're warm to boot. I don't ride road much so don't take my word for it for road. MTB though, the POCs are great.

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    get some

    of those hand warmers they sell at job lot.....work like a charm in my lobster claws....in the dead of winter.
    Life is a drink and you get drunk.... when you're young.....

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    best ones i've found have been xc ski gloves. warm, but meant for aerobic activity, and gripping something. also have a pair of ems climbing/belaying rope gloves that work great until into the 20F range, then have to bust out the big meats.
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    I have always had problems with cold hands, Pearl I Lobsters are the only ones that work for me.

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    661 "Storm" gloves work great for me down to about 25 degrees. If it's below 25, I'll wear a pair of the Performance brand glove liners under the 661's. I rarely have cold hands with this combo.

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