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I have a budget of around £100 for some winter gloves, what can anybody recccomend.
I need them by 8.00am tomorrow. If that is not manageable I'll have to wait.
but I do need some.
 

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Google Mountain Equipment Guide Gloves

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I have used them for years. Fleece lined to the end of the fingertips so I've not had to use heated grips

Very dexterous. Climbers use them
 

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No, capital 'S' :D
But you're the one riding the Pyrenees and I'm sat on the couch; go figure!
Haven't had an overseas for a coupe of years.
 

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I was looking into getting some Held Freezer gloves as they seem highly rated for winter.Getgeared have some good deals on at the moment.
 

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I can recommend Held Freezer gloves. Had mine about 5 years but only wear them on the very coldest or wettest days. My Wife has a pair too, but we had to exchange hr first pair as they had a faulty zip. Get geared Leeds - no problem.
 

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Nope.
I find when it's cold - you get cold, wet you get wet, hot - you get hot!
Very Phil-osophical.............see what I did there?

Mine were only £36 and they are not that different in price now
 
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