there are lots of warm gloves bud. The best are mittens. Any well constructed mitten will keep you pretty warm on even the coldest days. As far as gloves go, anything with a good liner and outer protection. I have both burton and dakine gloves which I enjoy quite a bit
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if you want confort, go with Reusch gloves or mits, Auclair is also a good contender, but def. go with leather, alot warmer, and if you go for something lighter and smaller, go for something made in Primaloft, it's a trademark like Gortex, comes in Kombi I think, maybe not, but it's super warm and really lightweight.
Outdoor Research makes some sick mountaineering gloves and mitts. I had a pair of their basic mitts with some cheap wool mitts underneath. The only days my hands got cold was when it was -15F and under.
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Yeah mittens prob the warmest coz you can put your hand in a fist when your not riding. I got some DaKine Broncos, they're meant to be a spring glove but they work well upto about -15C. They're good because they don't allow much sweat to form.
my dakine gloves suck balls...the mittes i picked up at Timberland store are the best ive ever had..always warm..zipper vent and robber shell for moisture prevention
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Scott Park Ranger for colder days, and grenade Fiend for warmer days
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