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    Default Recommend me some winter riding gloves

    They are for a Xmas present

    I've had one recommendation already but the source isn't always entirely reliable

    Thank you as I hate Xmas shopping rush so trying to be prepared this year lol

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    I love my Mark Todd gloves! Have 3 pairs knocking around in various places at yard, in car etc

    http://www.rideaway.co.uk/mark-todd-...FWXnwgodjg0Azw

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    Quote Originally Posted by myhorselibby View Post

    I've had one recommendation already but the source isn't always entirely reliable
    I find that my usual source isn't always reliable either, I understand your issues.

    FWIW, it depends on the person, I prefer to stick to my winter roekl gloves, because theyre still quite thin but insulated. For the really cold weather though I usually replace them with my Mark Todd gloves (as above).
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    I've just bought a pair of Mark Todd thinsulate gloves, found them to be good so far but I haven't ridden in really freezing weather yet!

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    Another vote for Mark Todd gloves, they are lovely and cosy without being too bulky so you can still ride with no problems

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    Actually, as the unreliable source continues but I've just remembered about the roekl soft shell gloves - they're really nice and cheaper than the other form of roekl winter gloves I was thinking of before (you've seen me wearing my gloves, those ones).

    btw for yard gloves no one can beat seal skins - only gloves to have lasted me 3 winters now and going strong into this one. I usually wear them out. They are truly waterproof too - I'm forever sticking my gloved hand into the trough to pull out ice!
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    Quote Originally Posted by teddypony View Post
    I've just bought a pair of Mark Todd thinsulate gloves, found them to be good so far but I haven't ridden in really freezing weather yet!
    same, shires do them also.

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    I've just bought a pair of the Roekl Polartek gloves, OMG they are so warm!!! I love them! They're slim enough to wear for schooling too, i find a lot of the winter gloves are too thick so you can't get a proper feel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ponylover88 View Post
    btw for yard gloves no one can beat seal skins - only gloves to have lasted me 3 winters now and going strong into this one. I usually wear them out. They are truly waterproof too - I'm forever sticking my gloved hand into the trough to pull out ice!

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    Think I might need to invest in some!! My hands were frozen last night when I rode!!!!

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