naishdude wrote: ↑
Sun Oct 27, 2019 9:04 am
I would say as thin as possible, just enough to keep the windchill off.
I have cheap Decathlon 2mm gloves, anold pair and new pair, the old have become thinner, but still grab them as long as possible as you nearly do not feel them.
I Do net get any forearm fatique/cramping, so I am a strong fan of getting a very warm westuit your head covered and once that is as it should be, you can wear thin gloves and thin shoes, just enough to protect you from windchill
with you on this,
these thin "ball handling gloves" from decathlon have a sticky soft silicone stranding all over the palms and fingers, so fantastic grip,
very thin, super stretchy so the kids sizes fit the best (no tax on the kids sizes)
and silly cheap, the kids ones are under £4 a pair,
bought loads of pairs for me and my beach helperwife pauline, wear them most of the year down to 10c,
then the psycho 3mm gloves are best,