Good point, brownjams. One of the reasons I was happy about the Winter Dakotas was because they didn't look as heavy as some of the gloves I've looked at. I do live in Florida where the coldest weather I ride in is maybe in the 50's in the dead of winter. I was really looking for a medium to light weight gauntlet glove.brownjams said:Nothing against the suggestions from the south but you guys are riding in much different temps than the guy who started the thread in Jersey.
brownjams said:Nothing against the suggestions from the south but you guys are riding in much different temps than the guy who started the thread in Jersey. You might add what temps they're good at. I have a pair of HD winter gauntlet gloves, last years model, and they're good to around 50 degrees below that after extended period get chilled.
I was just giving brownjams a hard timeSnaps said::laugh: You do once you've lived in Florida as long as I have. If it gets below 70 deg., I start thinking about putting the heat on.
I have riden in the 40's with them and they were ok, but went around 200 miles and got somewhat chilled. no problem with being :265: I guess that does come off sounding funny though. on that ride it may of been around the upper 30's by the time I was almost home. I guess I'm more of a fair weather rider here in michigan, I like being comfortable.george248 said:I was just giving brownjams a hard time
My blood is pretty thin too... I will still ride when it's cold but I got to bundle up.
Connor Mann said:Try Cabelas gortex winter gloves with deer skin palms and gauntlets very warm in chicago and only $35