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Gloves! (Read 187 times)


A Dance with Monkeys

    Under 20 degrees and my hands HURT! I can put on big bulky gloves and sometimes that helps. Hand warmers too. But I would prefer thin gloves that keep my hands warm.

     

    Suggestions?


    In it for the long run..

      I have all levels of gloves/mittens and I figured out last weekend in PA (15 and 12 degree runs) that I need 2 layers to start- no matter what- at that temp.  Polar Fleece Power Stretch works well with a shell mitten over it.

      "It's not who wins the workout..."


      "Journey" hater

        I have a nice pair of Asics gloves that are pretty thin and work well down to around 15. Below that I like to wear mittens...they keep my hands warmer.

         

        Gloves:

        http://www.asicsamerica.com/accessories/gloves/thermopolis-gloves-zc1174/

         

        Mitts;

        http://shop.craftsports.us/running-apparel/accessories/mens.html

        spinach


          I have Raynaud's syndrome and so I need to wear gloves most of the year.  I find that wearing several gloves does help a lot.  Up here in Minnesota for my last several outdoor runs I wore three gloves on each hand.  A moderately thin insulated glove, a thick wool mitten and a large leather mitten and I was acceptable comfortable. But these are pretty bulky, but you should try to layer two thinner gloves and see how that works.  That is what i will often wear when it is in the thirties up here.

          Nakedbabytoes


          levitation specialist

            I wear Smartwool gloves for above freezing.

            The North Face windstopper fleece gloves for 30 to 0.

            And I double both together under 0.

             

            I have, on occasion, taken my fingers out of the ends and balled them up into a fist inside my gloves(especially at the start of my run) to get them warmer. Mittens will keep your fingers warmer overall but they can be a pain to use an iPod or watch with.

              Get your core warm. That's the only thing that will help.

              Runners run.


              A Dance with Monkeys

                Get your core warm. That's the only thing that will help.

                 

                Makes it worse, actually. The harder I run, the warmer my core gets, the worse my hands get. Blood flows to my legs from my fingers, methinks.


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                  an amazing likeness

                    Dup post...not sure how that happened.

                     

                    Anyway, here's Hamlet the mini pig.

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                    an amazing likeness

                      Choosing my words carefully has never been my strength I've been known to be vague and often pointless


                      Prince of Fatness

                        Makes it worse, actually. The harder I run, the warmer my core gets, the worse my hands get. Blood flows to my legs from my fingers, methinks.

                         

                        Interesting.  When it is real cold and I only have one pair of gloves on my hands are cold until I warm up, and then they are fine.

                         

                        To answer your question, gloves and mittens works the best for me, but that is a little bulky.  I have done two pair of gloves and that works well enough.  Layers.

                        Semi-retired.


                        I'm back!

                          Yeah, I ran with two layers of gloves (and everything else) training through the winter in NH. Light liner gloves with regular gloves on top.

                          spinach


                             

                            Wow.

                             

                            I am not as bad as the top two although the bottom two pictures could be me.

                              I found a pair of gloves with the mitten part that flips over the fingers( mitten part is bright green and windstop type fabric). Ran  last week in 30 mph winds and 9* and fingers were toasty warmish!


                              In it for the long run..

                                I ran in those same gloves (I think)- mine are Brooks- in 15 degrees and my hands were not warm enough.  I had to tuck them into my jacket sleeves for a mile or so then I warmed up.

                                "It's not who wins the workout..."

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