Need Lake cycling boots and pearl izumi barrier gloves with wool liners, 2 pairs of wool socks
Those look good too. I like the ones I got because I can wear them on the way home without the power on. They're not really anymore bulky than a pair of cold weather gloves I bought a year or two before I got them.
Originally Posted by Dirt
I never had problems with the cold until about four or five years ago. Where I could wear fingerless gloves in the 40s, I needed full gloves. Down around 20F, after 45-60 minutes, my hands would be so cold that they'd hurt as they warmed up. The multi-layer approach weren't working well.
I tried heated glove liners and was disappointed. (They were not from CozyWinters.) The batteries were not rechargeable, were bulky, and were separate from the gloves -- more importantly, I was not impressed with the "heat" either.
I was actually thinking of a pair of heated motorcycle gloves and mounting a motorcycle battery on my bike. (Needless to say, I'm no weight weenie.) I just happened to stumble across the gloves at CozyWinters. I had not thought of looking at ski gloves. (My favorite cold weather rain gloves are dual-layer gloves marketed to airline baggage handlers.)