I have Burton Tactic gloves, they have a leather outer glove, and a fleece liner...really nice gloves, they have worked well for everything i have done in the cold- skiing, ice climbing, mountaineering...good glove!
Drop cliffs, not bombs
Make turns, not war
anyone got some tips on how to dry out gloves really well. Mine get so sweaty each time i use them and then the only real way to properly dry them so they are ready the next day is to turn them inside out, but thats a real bitch!
seriously check www.sierratradingpost.com. They have a bunch of granite gear gloves, mountain hardeware, North Face, just to name a few all on sale for fairly inexpensive. Cloudveil gloves are the best I've ever worn by far but Granite Gear closely follows.
Hestra has the sickest collection of gloves, hands down (haha, i made a joke). When looking for gloves, avoid ones with qualofil or hollofil insulation if you want warmth. Fleece and thermolite are the way to go.