4 Which kinds of gloves are there for colder temperatures?
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.