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Re: [RC] winter gloves - Dot Wiggins

If you like leather or other type with liner, try the thin, white/silver knit liners. They are almost like no gloves, are warm alone, really warm inside something heavier.  Warm even wet.   Cheap, too, $3 or $4.  Can find them at most farm stores, some of the catalogs with all the odds and ends stuff.
The socks are also wonderful.
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Sent: Saturday, November 03, 2007 8:22 AM
Subject: Re: [RC] winter gloves

First of all, how cold is it going to get where you are??? The BEST winter riding  gloves I ever had were  loose leather ones, I could add gloves underneath if it was really cold, the second best pair I had were from the co-op ( local farm supply store) they were some sort of work glove made out of  soft leather, again a bit loose so I could add those little black "one size fits all" riding gloves ( that can be bought thicker as well :-)) underneath the leather glove, the leather really keeps out the water and wind!!!  I managed to ride outside in the winter, sometimes in -20 weather (C)  with those , as long as we keep trotting I stay warm!!!:-)

Chrystal :-)

Re: [RC] winter gloves, Chrystal Woodhouse