I'm looking for some winter glove recommendations. I went to webBikeWorld, but their winter glove recommendations are dated and I don't believe that many of them are still for sale.
- I'm talking about cold weather use. In the 30s and below. I already have Cortech Scarab gloves and Olympia Cold Throttle gloves. Both come with 100g of Thinsulate.
- They need to have protection from falls. That rules out ski gloves.
- I'd like to get something that has more insulation on the back of the hand, than on the palm. I'm thinking the heated grips should take care of the palms.
I've also been using the Gerbing T5 heated gloves. They work okay, but maybe my hands are just getting sensitive to cold. At 40F, my fingers are cool, so I'm hoping for something warmer. Plus, the right glove is always cooler than the left, simply because these are DC powered and the cord leading to the right hand is longer. And I've already repaired the power cord leading to the right glove where the wire broke in the jacket liner once. I wouldn't be surprised to see the power cord break again. At that point, do I want to replace the jacket liner? Or just use warm winter gloves?