Haven't received them yet but I just ordered a set of Perfect Curve Glaciers, which are supposed to be waterproof and toasty. I've got slightly ropey circulation so it's hard to keep the ends warm, been getting good results from Fox Antifreeze but still not perfect
(the nice thing about the Antifreezes is that they're well shaped and don't have stupid pads or overthick palms- for some reason loads of winter gloves are covered in gel things. These are just like normal gloves, a wee bit bulkier and stiffer but not so as to be a thing)
Trent Steel - Member
last 2 posts are arse gravy, can't be arsed to write a long boring essay on why, but its just wrong. I suppose all those mountaineers lost fingers and toes due to frostbite cos their cores weren't warm enough...
Don't think anyone's saying "Keep your core warm and your extremities will always be fine". But if your core's freezing, then the best gloves in thr world won't keep your hands toasty. It's a joint effort. Hot boiler for hot radiators.