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    Thin wind proof glove, good for temp in 50's to high 40's range, price $10.00Click image for larger version

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    Wind proof glove with a thin liner, good for temp 40's to high 30's range, price $10.00, zippers are crap on these gloves.Click image for larger version

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    Trigger finger gloves with removable wool liner, have worn these down in the lower 20's and keep hands warm enough to be comfortable, price $12.00. they are military surplus, and do need to aired out to get rid of chemical smell. I have not found a better cold weather glove than this and for the money it's hard to beat. Click image for larger version

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    These are my current cold weather favorites -

    Leather stops wind. Treat em with Sno-Seal and they're good for rain too.

    Then add a pair of these for sub freezing temps -


      I use some Pearl Izumi full finger gloves for cold commuting down to about 30°F. Hands feel cold at first but warm up nicely.

      I also have a pair of ski gloves that are TOO WARM for anything above 30. Even into the 20's my hands sweat so much inside them that the inner liner becomes soaking wet by the time I get to work, and they take FOREVER to dry out.


        This is what I have:

        Cheap and easy. They keep my hands warm during our extreme Florida winters.