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Aerostich Short Triple Digit Glove Covers
DescriptionIf you prefer wearing raincovers under your sleeves, these work better and are easier to use. These are exactly the same design as the Triple Digit Raincovers (#442), without the extended gauntlet. For glove sizes S or 7-8, use a size M. For glove sizes M/L or 9-10, use a size L. For size XL or 11+, use size XL. Orange or Black. M–XL.
Made from 3.5 oz/sq yd 40d 3 layer breathable-waterproof ripstop nylon.
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Discussed in The Mediocre Bassist Club in the TalkBass community
That's a problem on the scooter, too, especially if it's raining. I have leather gloves with Sympatex and Thinsulate liners but below about 45* my hands get pretty cold. I found these overgloves that really help with the cold problem. [link] It's not much fun riding at 40 or below anyway but there are times on trips where ... ... more
Thank you for the additional suggestion. I think the pogies might be better for the trike. I don't think they'd be good for a scooter, unless you uninstalled them whenever you park. These sorts of things have a way of disappearing. I still have some time before the really cold weather sets in. ... more
A million years ago, when I was still riding, there were "gloves" which attached to the hand grips. You slid your hands up into them. They were very effective and, while I was more a fair-weather biker, I frequently rode very comfortably with the temperature somewhere between 40º and 50º (F). ... more
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