Your favorite cold weather gloves?

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3/6/2020 9:17 PM
Edited Date/Time: 3/6/2020 9:18 PM

I’ve become used to the new lightweight thinner gloves and now my old cold-weather gloves just seem too bulky.

Got any favorites that don’t make me feel like I’m wearing snowboarding gloves?

I’m talking about temps in the middle 30s to middle 40s. Anything colder than that and I’m staying home!

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3/6/2020 9:22 PM

100% Briskers are my go to. They don’t limit movement and cut wind very well.

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3/6/2020 9:29 PM

Brisker work well. It's worth a try for moto to wear latex/vinyl gloves under your regular riding gloves helps cut wind and retain heat.

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3/6/2020 9:34 PM

I use some wind proof Leatt gloves. They look and feel just like regular MX gloves.

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3/6/2020 11:28 PM

theToothPerry wrote:

100% Briskers are my go to. They don’t limit movement and cut wind very well.

Jepp!! They are great. We use them for winter training in Italy. Work great if it‘s not below zero (32 F)

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3/7/2020 1:08 AM
Edited Date/Time: 3/7/2020 1:12 AM

I wear these in 10-35°F, love them
https://www.flyracing.com/products/250475?

The wind proof glove is probably better for your T range
https://www.flyracing.com/products/214981?sku=371-14009

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3/7/2020 3:13 AM

I just wear thin nitril gloves under my regular mx gloves.

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3/7/2020 3:16 AM

theToothPerry wrote:

100% Briskers are my go to. They don’t limit movement and cut wind very well.

This!

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3/7/2020 3:39 AM

Any type of Fox fire gloves and hand guards to block some of the wind

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Two wheels, tacos, and tubes

3/7/2020 5:57 AM

I was pleasantly surprised with this offereing from Deft. I run a carpet installation company in Montana and these worked awesome the last few months. Helping guys load up in the mornings, bringing tools in or out etc.

https://deftfamily.com/products/eqvlnt-cold-weather-flou-yellow

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3/7/2020 6:15 AM

Back in the day a long time ago, I used jet ski gloves to ride during winter. Hands sweated more so I'd use anti persperant with them so the blisters didnt happen as easily.

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Was once there, now old, fat and tired... require much more horsepower now...

3/7/2020 7:18 AM

Answer Windbreak (formerly MSR) are the best I've ever used. I've worn out several pair of them. I even use them on my Adventure bike on the road. Very warm and full mobility, just like regular MX gloves. I've tried the Fly, they work very well too, the Answer are just warmer the colder it gets.

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3/7/2020 7:30 AM

I don’t wear cold weather gloves but my old man swears by his old fox bombers

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3/7/2020 7:35 AM

Fly 907's are awesome. Single layer palm, insulated over the hand. If its colder, the Title gloves are really good, a tad thicker.

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3/7/2020 8:02 AM

I have used these in the past and they were pretty dang good. https://www.novikgloves.com/collections/cold-war-glove/products/cold-war-blaze-glove

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3/7/2020 9:39 AM

100% Briskers, if it's real cold I'll toss on a set of surgical gloves also.

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