Gloves for cold weather racing

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2/19/2019 5:19 AM

I have a pair of 100% briskers and haven’t worn them yet but they feel like they’d be good in cold weather. Anyone worn these or have other suggestions? First race coming up and it’ll be below 30

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2/19/2019 5:22 AM

That’s what I use, and I’m very happy with them.

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2/19/2019 5:22 AM

It gets really cold here and I don’t think the 100% are good enough, have tried different brands but all the same. Started using latex gloves underneath gloves to help

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2/19/2019 5:27 AM

I've been using cross country ski gloves for years.....they wear good and you can get them on sale in the spring at any ski shop.......

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2/19/2019 5:39 AM

shuggs wrote:

It gets really cold here and I don’t think the 100% are good enough, have tried different brands but all the same. Started using latex gloves underneath gloves to help

That's what I do, I use either latex or nitrile gloves underneath. It keeps them very warm.

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2/19/2019 5:56 AM

Wear latex gloves under your normal gloves. Theres also heated gloves and grips on the market

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2/19/2019 6:09 AM

These are the best ones I have ever wore. Thin on the palm and there is even a pocket for hand warmers on the back of the hand. Rode when it was 20 degrees and my hands were hot.

https://www.novikgloves.com/collections/cold-war-glove

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2/19/2019 6:56 AM

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"Sorry Goose, but it's time to buzz the tower."

2/19/2019 7:50 AM

Latex gloves underneath and handguards never fail smile

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2/19/2019 12:28 PM

GasGasOrAss wrote:

I have a pair of 100% briskers and haven’t worn them yet but they feel like they’d be good in cold weather. Anyone worn these or have other suggestions? First race coming up and it’ll be below 30

I wear the 100% Briskers also but they are only good down to about 35 deg even with handguards. You will need latex or liners underneath for below 30. Hope this helps.

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