Does anyone have a recommendation for non-heated gloves for colder weather that are flexible or at least not stiff?
http://www.carolwrightgifts.com/Mens-Apparel/Mens-Outerwear/Thermal-Glove-Liners/38109.cfmThermal Glove Liners
If you've ever suffered from the cold, you'll wonder how you did without this special aluminized, stretch fabric developed for NASA to protect astronauts from the incredible cold of deep space. The fabric reflects body heat and thousands of tiny pockets trap it. The results are lightweight, easy-to-move-in glove liners that keep your hands protected and warm in sub-zero weather. Machine washable.
That's really the same trick of the waterproof nylon glove cover mittens those inexpensive gauntlet gloves come with, hidden in the zipper compartment on the back of the glove, A pair of poly gloves stashed inside there with the mittens might be double handy.One of the best tricks I've found is to wear a pair of laytex, nitrale or vinyl medical gloves under you leather gloves.
There probably are, but if they generate any real heat, a 9v battery won't last an hour.Are there heated gloves that run on... like a 9v battery instead of plugging them in to the bike?
I got these gloves in, they are good quality and feel good, but I haven't had any weather cold enough to be able to say how warm they are, but they are not sized large enough for even my thinnest liners and I bought XL and don't really have XL hands.Considering the cost and hassle of heated gloves I'll give this combo a try for $65
I ordered both gloves and covers, I should have a ride report in a week...