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well cold (as clod as Georgia gets :)) is upon us and I am broke. anyone have recommendations on cold weather gloves that are good down to about 25 degrees that are fairly inexpensive??
 

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Oh I remember those cold Georgia days in basic training, and then it would rain. My god those days sucked. Anywho, just buy a cheap pair of nice glove liners and use them with your current gloves, should work nice... does for me.
 

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Originally posted by tigersurvival
Oh I remember those cold Georgia days in basic training, and then it would rain. My god those days sucked.
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I just use snowmobile gloves.
 

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I got a pair of gloves from Wilson's Leather that work great, they cost about $30 I got them on sale. They've got the Thinsulate insulation and NO wind gets in.
 

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Originally posted by spitz04
I just use snowmobile gloves.
Same here, snowmobile gloves are great for cold weather riding.[:+1]
 

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It rains a lot in Huntsville when it gets cold, so I wanted my winter gloves to be warm and waterproof. I found some Joe Rocket Nitrogen gloves on ebay for about $60. That was more than I really wanted to spend, but they are definitely worth it. They even have little windsheild wiper rubber inserts on the thumb for clearing your visor in the rain. I've ridden with them down to 28 degrees so far and my hands never got cold.
 
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