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    Riding in dry, near freezing temps. I want a lightweight glove (no mickey-mouse hands). Something like the 100% Brisker or Fly Racing Windproof Lite looks good. Any recommendations?
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    Default Re: cold weather gloves

    The Leatt's GPX 2.5 Winblock look nice!
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    Default Re: cold weather gloves

    Klim Inversion Windstopper. They are warm but not bulky like a sled or adventure bike glove.

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    Default Re: cold weather gloves

    I have sets of the older Leatt Windblock and also 100% Brisker, the 100% are warmer and "slightly" bulkier - Leatt's has a much better feel on the grips but not as warm.

    Both are only good down to 40 or so for me, any colder and I have to wait for my hands to warm up riding.
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    Have you considered heated grips? Then you can wear whatever gloves you want. All my bikes have em.
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    I wear a thin liner glove that when new looked like one of those space blankets (that's rubbed off so not anymore) under a size larger klim dakar gloves that with the moose racing hand shields I can ride down to single digits. I find riding in the cold the less I wear the better, I start out a little cold because riding will warm me up, and I don't want to sweat to bad, I carry warm layers including gloves for stops.

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    I use HRP hand protectors to keep the wind and water off my hands - well kept secret for some reason. They are large but not to large and are a sheet of plastic with what looks like a denier nylon cover so they hold their shape and are tough. I ride all winter but very seldom start a ride at less than 35F (Arkansas winter). Our rides are hard work and my hands do not get cold in regular riding gloves. My hat is off to you guys who ride in below freezing weather!
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    Default Re: cold weather gloves

    Quote Originally Posted by MikeK View Post
    I have sets of the older Leatt Windblock and also 100% Brisker, the 100% are warmer and "slightly" bulkier - Leatt's has a much better feel on the grips but not as warm.

    Both are only good down to 40 or so for me, any colder and I have to wait for my hands to warm up riding.
    +1

    I don't like the Brisker's,too tick, the Leatt's Windblock are spot on.
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    Default Re: cold weather gloves

    I really like the 100% Brisker. The palm is flat and smooth, the back is thicker for warmth but not overly thick. They keep my hands warm once my body heats up after the first initial chilly run. I order one size up.
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    Heated grips for me.... not an option for rides where it doesn't get above 30 degrees.
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