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    Senior Member fletchh's Avatar
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    Lobster claw winter gloves

    I know this has been asked in the past, but what lobster gloves or other gloves can someone say with confidence keeps fingers warm below 20 degree F. That goes all the way to at least to -20. Also, wicking the sweat way, and drying during an 8 hour work day to ride home again, albeit in probably warmer weather.

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    You Know!? For Kids! jsharr's Avatar
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    I would go ask this in the commuter forum or in the cold weather cycling forum. Those guys will set you on the right path to warm finger happiness.

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    welcome!
    i agree w/isharr above.
    i can add that i have a pair of leather, motorcycle lobster gloves that, for me, have always been to hot and non breathable enough
    lighter gloves (breath-able), with wool sox have worked for me.
    find what works best for you!
    welcome x2!!
    tomg

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