- San Diego
Looks like you took great care in your build. Congratulations on a job well done!
Got them off of Amazon. The first set I purchased (Zosen) were made of neoprene and they work well but are a bit snug, and seem delicate. The set (Kemimoto) in the picture are very durable, have lots of room, and are insulated with fleece. I used to use the same thing when kayaking in the winter. I prefer these "pogies" or handlebar mitts to gloves as my hands are free, and they stay very warm without gloves, even in the coldest weather. Just noticed that Rad Power Bikes is selling the mitts too: https://www.radpowerbikes.com/products/handlebar-mittsOooh! hand warmer cowels. Did you invent those? Never seen such a thing.
I agree, that $80 is steep. My $20.00 Neoprene ones work just fine. I ended up getting two sets because my wife decided to become a cold weather rider too.Very useful. But $79 is silly. I have had several pair as well. I found $20-$25 is all I need to spend!