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    ... and if we just ... Waterproof/Windproof gloves???

    Hey all--
    It is time to replace my winter riding gloves before the rain/cold get here. Anyone have a good recommendation for a wet weather glove?

    Looking to keep my hands dry and warm. If they can dry out quickly so I am not using wet gloves for the return trip that would be great too .

    I live in NorCal so it doesn't need to be snow proof but if it can keep my hands warm when it gets between 25-30* out that would be nice.

    Thanks in advance for the help.
    Tom

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    Novara Stratos Bike Gloves - Men's - Free Shipping at REI.com

    These things are awesome and super weatherproof. I used these last winter on commutes from about 10 degrees F to 35 degrees F.
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    I have seal skinz, they make many different models and I would suggest actually trying them in a store before buying. I'm completely satisfied with mine. I use them as soon as it gets down to like 10C and down to 0K from there
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    ... and if we just ... Thanks...

    for the suggestions. I will check them out.

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    These...

    Wouldn't let me post the link (too few posts) but the Nashbar midweight windproof/waterproof gloves
    are surprisingly warm, and water proof. I have worn them in temp down to the teens and still managed to sweat in them.
    Cheap too!

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    try these. i want to try them my self. they look like they would be really nice and keep the hands warm and dry.
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