Up here in the north (Albany,NY) I ran across some "winter" or late season
golf gloves. They are made of thin, flannel-like material with leather sewn
onto the palms and under the fingers to grip a club. They are much warmer
than traditional golf gloves (or driving gloves), and come in a pair so you
don't have to look for a left-handed golf glove to put on your right hand.
They grip really well. I wear them inside regular work gloves which I take
off when I need to handle small objects like hardware.
In addition to being aware of the warmth of your hands, don't forget your
feet. I have climbed down towers more times because my feet were cold than
for my hands.
73 Saul K2XA
>> Move VERY SLOWLY. If the temperature is below 50 degrees, wear
>> gloves. The gloves will help keep your hands dry so they won't
>I use golf gloves just a tad too small. 1 for each hand of course.
>They're made for gripping, and do a fair job of keeping your hands
>warm. Largest plus is you retain almost all the sensitivity in your
>hands and fingers.
>Which reminds me, I need to buy a new one for my left hand.
>BTW, thread on this and various individual contributions have been
>1 Paw Ed
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