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Old 11-19-02, 12:49 PM   #1
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Lake CX Zero?

I am in the market for a slightly warmer glove. The icebike web site speaks highly of the Lake MX Zero. I called Lake and they told me the CX Zero is slightly warmer. It is a nylon shell with an Outlast liner. They stated it is good into the single numbers (F).

Anyone have experience with this glove?

I currently use Performance Bike Gortex/Thinsulite gloves, which are good until around 20F.
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Old 11-29-02, 10:20 AM   #2
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I have the MX Zeros (having seen them mentioned specifically on the ICEBIKE site), which leave my fingertips cold even in the 30s Fahrenheit unless I wear another layer beneath them. But then, my extremities seem to get cold more easily than most. Maybe it's time to try Pogies.
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