I have some Drystars by AlpineStars. They don't keep out the bad cold though, say below 30 degrees. I have to wear another pair of gloves underneath them. Should I invest in heated hand grips, or are there better gloves out there?
Check out N2's waterproof kangaroo leather gloves. All the protection with the carbon fiber knuckles, completely waterproof, and the leather is thin enough that you can ride mostly unimpaired. Its not as tactile as my summer gloves, but still for the amount of warmth its amazing. You can find em at www.motoliberty.com
I got the kangeroo's too, and they are real good, as long as the weather is warm, amazing grip and feel, etc. But for this weather, and in Toronto it hit -6C and I rode for 1.5 hours with me Arlen Ness's, and I have to admit when I got back, my hands were still warm. I got them for 75$ Canadian at Snowcity. They do real good for the colder riding.
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