Grand Prix 125
Main Motorcycle: 2009 Speed Triple
Join Date: Dec 2010
Location: Stoughton WI
Other Motorcycle: Honda Hawk GT
[QUOTE=Crogers;2419323]so you are saying that the Steve glove will keep your hand warm down to what temps with no heated grips? The liners will add a bit more warmth which is a must
If a certain amount of waterproofness is necessary for you, go with the Warm n Dry glove--you can always stop to pull them off and cool down if you become too hot. I own a pair of Warm n Dry, but do not use them any longer as I like Gerbings Heated T5 gloves--the extra option of even electric heat is great, especially in the finger tips.
Held Warm gloves have a thin palm area as they are designed to be used with heated grips. The Gerbings are bulkier (with a much longer gauntlet cuff), but, again, heat in the fingertips is key for me!
To answer your question about temps around fifty; I use Steve gloves & liner if the trip is short and in sun. If a longer ride, or the chance of being caught after sundown, the Gerbings every time. Of all three gloves I mention in my posts, the Gerbings were the one that offered more cold temperature riding options than any other.