For cool but not cold conditions, which I define upper 30s and higher, my favorite glove is the Silkweight Windstopper Glove ($30). These are a super-lightweight glove that are incredibly warm, with windproof outers and just a little bit of interior knit face for warmth. They technically not a biking glove; they are unpadded, and the rubberized grip material on the palms wears off quickly. But I usually get a season or two out of a pair. The temp range is easily extended by adding $10 silk glove liners (found anywhere).
's One Gloves ($37) also are a multi-purpose glove that I find work well for cool cycling conditions, down close to freezing. They have tough and wind-resistant nylon and Spandex outers, goat skin palms, and polyester lining. Like the Manzellas, they can be reinforced with a pair of silk glove liners.
Today I went out with my dog and realized I had only put on the silk liners and had forgotten my outer gloves. Even in 25 degree weather I was surprised my hands were quite warm enough for the hour-long walk. Never would my shear silk ski glove liners have performed so well. After a month of use, no runs, no tears, very sturdy but comfortable and soft.
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