That’s a damn good idea about Harbor Freight! We’ve got one a couple miles up the road that I pass all the time, never thought of a rain jacket there.
I also bought these this year, to try to address one of the three weakest links in my winter commuting: my hands are often numb blocks of ice by the time I get to my destination when the weather is at it's coldest (see my post from a year ago, about 6 posts up, describing my biking situation and other gear). Though for my part my hands are fine down to about 25 degrees Fahrenheit, my hands would actually be too hot if I turned them on at 45! It's been a lot warmer here in Wisconsin this year than last, no "polar vortex" (knock on wood), and frankly I haven't encountered any temperatures below about 5 degrees yet, so I haven't even needed to turn these gloves on to "high" heating yet.these gloves have helped me a lot. anything blow about 45 and my hands freeze in all other gloves.
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DId you actually try that? I tried this for biking in rain over the spring-summer-fall last year:
Nah, old throttle fella here. I only wear my construction rain gear in fall and spring. No issue in chilly Minnesota.DId you actually try that? I tried this for biking in rain over the spring-summer-fall last year: