4 Which kinds of gloves are there for colder tem­per­a­tures?

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there is a vast se­lec­tion of fall/win­ter­ready gloves; but un­less you need a very spe­cific type—say, skiing gloves—then more of­ten than not you only need to con­sider the fol­low­ing four op­tions: • Fleece: Per­fect for ev­ery­day use. Fleece gloves, though, are nei­ther wind-proof nor water-re­sis­tant. • Liner: The ex­act op­po­site of fleece gloves, liner gloves are both wind- and water-proof and of­fer a tight fit. • Soft shell: Light­weight but ex­tra warm, with vary­ing de­grees of pro­tec­tion against the el­e­ments. • In­su­lated: When you re­ally need ex­tra warmth. For even bet­ter body heat re­ten­tion, go for in­su­lated mit­tens.


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