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Old 03-24-18, 07:44 AM
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I agree with MikeyMK above. Mittens seem to work best (at least for me). I have a pair of Pearl Izumi lobster gloves. But they actually have liners and your fingers are isolated from one another. I think there's strength (WARMTH) in nubmers. Keeping your fingers in touch with one another is beneficial. This winter I actually started using a regular pair of wind/rainproof mittens with long wrists that I got at the local job lot closeout store for $10.00. They work too good sometimes and I find that my hands are sweating...even with the temp dips below 30F. But anyway...mittens with no liners and all your fingers in touch with one another.

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