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WTB: Winter Gloves advice

Hey there,

I need some good gloves suggestions that i easily able to grab stuff and be able to feel.. Also, it should be windproof, rainproof and good down to zero degrees. Don't care about bulk really and have other sets of gloves for other weathers.

Any recommendations?

I am thinking to buy from the ski bum promo codes because it's user reviews are good.

what is everyone using ??
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If you ride in Cold as I do heated gloves. My HD ones with heavy use just retired after 10 years. Well worth the cost. Motorcycle gloves are designed for riding they have flex and stretch points for riding conditions.
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If you are in really extreme conditions you will likely need more than gloves to protect your hands. I no longer need to ride on a daily basis but when I did I fitted a set of hand guards to my bike - even in the wettest and coldest conditions I could still feel my fingers as, as well as protecting from the wind they kept a **** of a lot of the wet and cold out. Easily removable too for when it warms up

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I picked up the Rocket Burner heated gloves. I really dig them. No wires, rechargeable. L M H settings. They work with my touch screen. Lets me ride in the 30’s. Work about 2-4 hrs depending on the setting.

Pricey but does what I wanted.
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