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True - it does not get REAL cold in San Diego, but I like to be warm and toasty as I ride. We do have some elevations about 4000', where it does snow, and that does get a little cold on the hands.

I got these gloves, which are meant for snowmobile riders, but they're great for motorcycle riders also, as we have the same basic type of hand dexterity needs.

http://www.cabelas.com - search for

Cabela`s Gore-Tex XCR Glove @ $29.95 Pr

These have got to be the most comfortable, warm gloves I have ever worn. I hmmmd and hawwd over getting heated grips, but for $30 bucks, I think I went with the right choice for me.
~ You still have dexterity to navigate
~ Leather palm and fingers
etc ......

No I don't work for them, just couldn't see spending the money on grips when I didn't need them to ride through a harsh winter like the east coasters have.

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I bought a pair of gloves at Tractor Supply Company for eleven bucks that I like very well. They are leather palm, Thinsulate lined and very comfortable. The brand is 'CE Schmidt WorkWear' and is the new house brand for TSC. I normally wear XXL and bought these in XL.

I have no doubt that the Cabela's brand may be superior, but for eleven bucks these are real tough to beat. :wink:
 
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