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The ultimate spring gloves.

Break out the Sypder Conduct Facer Windstop Glove when the temperatures rise, the snow turns to slush, and you replace your goggles for sunglasses. An Xt.L Windstop insert blocks gusts and moisture so you're free to rip groomers and bumps for hours in complete comfort, and the TouchTec technology lets you text or change your music without taking off your glove.

  • Waterproof breathable XT.L Windstop insert and Spylon DWR coating shield your hand from the wind, water, and snow, and allow extra moisture vapor to dissipate from within the glove
  • Light ThermaWeb insulation keeps your hand warm on early-morning spring groomer runs
  • Sheep leather palm with TouchTec technology enables you to text, call, manage your music, or use any touch-screen device without taking the Conduct off
  • Micro-Bemberg brushed tricot lining feels smooth and comfortable against your skin
  • Elasticized wrist offers a secure, comfortable fit
  • Silicone palm grip allows you to easily grasp your ski pole

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Keep you warm

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

These gloves are great if you stay off the ground or if its not snowing. They do not stay very dry though

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Maybe try one of Gore's gloves that have actual Goretex and or Windstopper fabric. I found the ALP-X pretty good. There may be warmer gloves, but Gore's ALP-X gloves pretty much have the above issues covered, at least that's been my experience. And a great fit/gel padding. For a warmer glove yet, a "lobster claw" style is even better; but again, depending on material used.
Check out: www.mtbr.com for reviews on all bike-related products; it's pretty helpful!