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Old 09-17-10, 07:00 AM   #1
Bob Ross
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Glacier Gloves - anyone tried 'em?

I used to have a pair of neoprene cycling gloves that were perfect for cool-to-moderately-cold riding. They eventually wore out. I'm all set for the ultra-cold riding, I have a pair of the swanky Specialized SubZero something-or-other layered glove systems...but I'm looking for something with good dexterity that will keep my fingers warm in the 27-35F range.

Thinking about Glacier Gloves; specifically, the 802BK "PERFECT CURVE CYCLING GLOVE ":

Anyone have any experience w/ these?
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