Join Date: Dec 2008
Location: Columbia, Maryland
Bikes: Trek 820 mtb, A no name red steel pipe bike, my commuter
I just recently bought a pair the Pearl Izumi Lobster AM Fib gloves, and I they had their first major cold wind test on Wednesday. My hands stayed toasty for the whole commute home. The wind gust was up
to 45 mph, and riding down hill was allot of work, as well as when gust slammed me from the left, I
took my clippless shoes off the pedals. Even though I like these gloves, an inexpensive way is to get
good liners and good shells. When you need to lock your bike up and pull your bags off, you can take
the shells off and manipulate everything with the liners on. Find a liner that provides some sort of wicking, because you need to keep the sweat off your hands to keep them warm.