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  • Winter riding gloves – MTB/gravel. What are you using?
  • mick_r
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    Skytec Argon builder’s gloves used to be the default STW answer. £6-7 and I’m still on my original pair despite numerous washes

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    Do briskers and brisker hydromatic size up the same

    I have the same size in both but the hydromatics are much less stretchy.

    For me I like normal Briskers down to probably below 5° but I reckon they fall short when it’s freezing. So yeah they’re not particularly warm. Much less insulated than the Hydromatics. And I’m not someone who’s troubled much by cold hands. I don’t like how the Hydromatics feel very much. I’d love to find some gloves that gave me the freedom of Briskers, are not lined, and are comfortable down to freezing.

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    Really nice autumnal and spring glove. Currently 4 quid+ post with code ADVENT1

    And for colder and damper days, these. Use a liner for even cooler days but these do me down to -2 or -3 on peak district rides. 8 quid at the mo with the code above

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