It’s cold. You need gloves.

It was in the low 30s this morning. Ouch. Without a good pair of gloves for your morning commute, it makes it awfully easy to climb into the car.

Resist the tempation! Embrace the cold, morning air!

Ayleen over at the ORBike Blog is collecting comments and recommendations about which gloves work for both cold and rain. Good tips. Check them out and check back for the complete list in a few days.

Jonathan Maus (Publisher/Editor)

Jonathan Maus (Publisher/Editor)

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18 years ago

Thanks for the tip! I’m glad I’m not the only one feeling frostbitten this morning. I hope the sun holds out for my ride back.

Nice blog BTW. Keep it up. :^)

18 years ago

I want the GORE Stream Windstopper gloves. They seem like they’d be warm, and have padded bike-specific grip. I keep trying them on at Bike Gallery, but at $39 they have to be budgeted.
Meanwhile I’ve gotten by with some $15 2004 Outdoor Research glove liners, kinda like these. Even with a few holes, they do the trick (for now).
Cold just makes warm feel nicer.