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Thread: What are the best short winter gloves?

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    Quote Originally Posted by richardbd View Post
    Warm enough for sub-zero temperatures?
    Not IMO

    The old Klime Elemnt probably are but they replaced those with the Adventure which are crap and the ones i have had many issues with

    I know the issues you face with the Badlands jacket needing short cuff gloves my honest advice is either get big fuck off gauntlet lobster type and take the rain risk or ho heated inners on some short cuff gloves. If you do the latter forget the gore tex stuff as the heat renders it next to useless ans to a certain degree do heated grips.
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    Quote Originally Posted by richardbd View Post
    Warm enough for sub-zero temperatures?
    I have heated grips so I can't answer that. Plus, I'm not likely to be out in sub zero temperatures
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    I have a pair of GS Dry gloves, and although they are longer than my summer Knox gloves, the cuff is quite slim, so easily fits under the cuff of my jacket. They are a mix of goretex/corduroy and leather, and with heated grips, nice and toasty. As they are not bulky at all, you can feel the controls just like summer gloves. I paid about £95 at the local dealer with a discount
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