Reddit Reddit reviews Planet Bike Borealis Gloves, MTB, ATB, Road Bicycle Gloves, 3 in 1 Design, Ideal for Fall, Winter, or Early Spring Riding, Lobster Design Outer Shell, Inner Fleece Gloves, Extra Extra Large

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Planet Bike Borealis Gloves, MTB, ATB, Road Bicycle Gloves, 3 in 1 Design, Ideal for Fall, Winter, or Early Spring Riding, Lobster Design Outer Shell, Inner Fleece Gloves, Extra Extra Large
Warm winter riding gloves: The Planet Bike borealis gloves cover three seasons in one glove. Ride All winter, early spring, and late fall with a weather resistant outer shell over top of your fleece gloves.3 in 1 gloves for all conditions: with fleece gloves that are simple to remove from the outer shell, these gloves become an outer shell, a set of fleece gloves, or a combination of both for ultimate warmth.Designed for all weather riding: the Neoprene cuff and loop closure provide a clean connection to your wrist to prevent wind, rain, and snow from sliding underneath your gloves or up your sleeves. Keep your hands dry and warm in all conditions.Great for extra wind from electric bicycles and scooters: if riding on your electric bicycle or scooter is causing your hands to get cold, Try the borealis gloves for extra coverage No matter how long you plan to ride.Reflective night time piping: the reflective piping adds a nice dimension for improved night time visibility by motorists, fellow cyclists, and pedestrians.
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1 Reddit comment about Planet Bike Borealis Gloves, MTB, ATB, Road Bicycle Gloves, 3 in 1 Design, Ideal for Fall, Winter, or Early Spring Riding, Lobster Design Outer Shell, Inner Fleece Gloves, Extra Extra Large:

u/origin415 ยท 6 pointsr/seattlebike

Here is my winter system: two jackets, one slightly larger than the other, and a thin hardshell raincoat. The jackets are super cheap, they don't need to be thick if you layer them. The raincoat is a nice Columbia one. There are raincoats made for biking that have longer backs, but I found the prices were higher and the quality lower.

Additionally, I have a pair of thin gloves, and a pair of thick gloves. The thin ones are glove liner types which are made for biking, but really don't have to be. The thick ones are these and I highly recommend them. It is possible to layer my gloves but the thick ones are good enough that you won't really have to.

During most winter days, I bring the whole package. From 50-60 or so, I have on one jacket and the thin gloves (gloves are super important when cycling as you have to keep your hands exposed the whole time), then below that two jackets and the thick gloves. If it is very cold, the raincoat can help with the wind, but overall it reduces breathability and will make you sweat.

If it is raining, I have the raincoat on top.

For pants, there are rain pants out there. Personally, I just put my wallet in my raincoat and deal with it, so I'm not much help.

You don't need mountain bike tires, they'll just slow you down. Unless you are planning to ride offroad. Read this. Get two bike fenders, one for each wheel as well.