Wind Glove and Liner Glove

The glove on the left is made from Malden Mill's "Power Stretch" fabric, and is my favorite all-round cool weather bicycling glove. I find it comfortable down to about 25 degrees Fahrenheit.


The glove on the right is a very light "liner glove". I see little point in them, at least for bicycling. A wind glove is more versatile as a single layer and nearly as light.


When worn as a liner to a larger glove or mitten, it's been difficult to notice that a liner glove has ever made much differerence.


The wind glove itself is small enough to be used as a "liner" in an overmitt, if desired.


For more commentary see my related blog post.

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Taken on January 2, 2001
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