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So, temp is dropping here in London and whilst my winter gloves do a good job, when it really gets cold I resort to liner gloves to help. Whilst they do something, I'm looking for a better pair, what are the best options, surgical gloves, silk, thinsulate wool?

Only really want to spend between £10-£20

Any good recommendations? I don't want to go down the heated grips, heated gloves route etc.
 

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I know here in the USA we have a place called cycle gear that sells stuff called freezeout, or some other updated name, I'll try to get a link for you
 

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What material are your current liner gloves made from? Do your hands perspire much wearing layers? If the outer gloves are not windproof, the liner won't do much. Being on a motorcycle or bicycle is different than just walking around or hiking in the woods when it's cold.
 

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I stole a pair of strechy knitted gloves from the Misses. Fit inside most of my gloves, and provide a little extra cold comfort. $0.99 at your local dollar store.
 

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I have a problem with my finger tips freezing on very cold days. I bought an expensive pair of gloves that were guaranteed warm and they didn't do any better than my cheap gloves. I took the gloves back and the girl said that my problem may be circulation and suggested I give these a try.


I have no idea why, but the suckers really work. No more frozen finger tips. I put them on and keep them on with the glove off to use my phone or pick up after the dog. I think they will be a great for the bike during the early spring too.

Probably not what you are looking for, but may be worth a look.
 
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