Specialized Sub Zero Gloves
When the mercury drops and you still want to ride, wear Specialized's Sub Zero Gloves. These winter warriors handle temperatures down to 20-degrees Fahrenheit thanks to water-resistant nylon shells. The removable fleece liners make washing and drying easy as well as offering another option in varying conditions. And, the rubberized palms grip great even in adverse, wet weather. Plus, the Sub Zeros even sport reflective piping for safety when sunlight is in short supply.
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I commute by bike which is strangely missing from Describe Yourself. I am a woman with small hands. The men's small with the liner in is a bit snug. without the liner it fits fine. These seem impenetrable. I won't know til January or February but on my coldest ride so far, i removed the liners and my hands were toasty in 30 degree weather with strong wind. The next day it was under 40 and I had to remove them because my hands were too warm. I also have worn them over my normal fingerless riding gloves. a litte snug but not too bad and it worked. I might use the liners as a light glove. I don't expect I'll need them.