Same here in N.E. Ohio - snow flurries today with a high of 34 degrees... not great MC riding weather..Snowmobile gloves? It's park the bike for wintertime here in central Pa. The snowblower is all that gets run here until April.
Supposed to be 50* next Fri. May get in a last brief ride before putting her up on the stand for winter nappie. Or not. IDKI have used a pair of good snowmobile gloves in the past, I still have them but I don't do any Winter riding anymore.
Same here in N.E. Ohio - snow flurries today with a high of 34 degrees... not great MC riding weather..
I have heated grips and a heated seat on my 10 Goldwing that the guy I bought it from put a non heated Ultimate seat on it. I just bought a used heated Ultimate and new left grip (a common problem) to get it all working. Looking forward to having warm hands and well you know . I’m not a big glove guy, I like to feel the grip so a thinner glove is my preferred way to go if I have to wear them at all.Warm gloves get bulky, for small to medium hand sizes, I hated this. Heated grips is your best route for medium hands. I could wear lightweight gloves and remain warm inside them
I used to use Widder Lectric gloves with their vest w/out t Stat. Worked in 30 degree weatherGood question and tough to give a clear answer.
I have found the heavier insulated Gore Tex good.
I have a pair of Tour Master gloves that have a rain, over glove that can be pulled out of a pocket for rain or wind protection. They work well.
However, I find the heavy gloves bulky but hate my hands hurting from the cold. I have tried Tour Master plug in electrics but I am not fond of the cords. Also, I must monitor the wattage usage.
Aside from installing heated grips (which I don’t have), I like my Joe Rocket Burners with 3 sets of batteries and 3 chargers. This enables me to ride many hours then recharge at night.
That would be nice. With a 4-6" sn##fall on my 400' semi-circular driveway, it takes me over an hr. to do it all with my Honda HS928 sn##blower. My sn##mobile gloves don't keep my hands warm at all while doing this, so once or twice, I'll take one at a time off my hands, hold my hand close to the exhaust to warm it w/o getting burned, and hold the open end of the glove while heated exhaust warms the gloves up. Then I continue. BTW, SN## is a cuss word, so I don't say sn##. Personal joke.I liked my heated grips so much I bought a set for my snow thrower
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