hockey gloves for cold weather - pond hockey?

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    hockey gloves for cold weather - pond hockey?

    Anybody know of any gloves for out door play?  

    Non hockey glove - that is no no protective padding.

    Thin palms and can provide warmth.

    There must be some outdoor sport that needs good feel through thin palms and are warm.

    Anybody with any ideas?

     
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    Re: hockey gloves for cold weather - pond hockey?

    In response to BadHabitude's comment:
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    Anybody know of any gloves for out door play?  

    Non hockey glove - that is no no protective padding.

    Thin palms and can provide warmth.

    There must be some outdoor sport that needs good feel through thin palms and are warm.

    Anybody with any ideas?

    [/QUOTE]

    Downhill ski Gloves.

     
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    Re: hockey gloves for cold weather - pond hockey?

    Leather work gloves. (rawhide) They should keep the wind off hand and allow the feel you need

     
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    Re: hockey gloves for cold weather - pond hockey?

    where's your pond ? in the artic circle ?  any hockey glove will keep you warm when you're playing.

    Or go buy a pair of thin isotoners and wear them inside your hockey gloves.

     
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    In response to LordByron77's comment:
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    Leather work gloves. (rawhide) They should keep the wind off hand and allow the feel you need

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    This is what I usually do.

     
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    Re: hockey gloves for cold weather - pond hockey?

     

    I guess my hockey gloves are really well vented.

     
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    Re: hockey gloves for cold weather - pond hockey?

    My hockey gloves are usually enough after I've been skating around for a bit. I was in a long sleeve t-shirt and jeans yesterday morning. First time on a pond in years.

     
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    Re: hockey gloves for cold weather - pond hockey?

    Cross-country ski gloves. Auclair is a great brand and reasonably priced. Warm, but designed with a thinner palm to maximize control and grip on the ski-poles.

    Also, you could look at glass-cutter gloves. They're widely used in the CFL during the winter games by QB's and Recivers, who laud them for their warmth but also that they don't hamper control at all.

     
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    Re: hockey gloves for cold weather - pond hockey?

    He needs hockey gloves all these other gloves are useless when playing on BadHabs pond.

    It gets dirty out there especially when he invites those nasty waiters for a game of shinny.

    BTW on my friday night 3 on 3 league there's this guy that looks exactly like Kessel , always think of you when I'm playing against him.

     

     
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    Re: hockey gloves for cold weather - pond hockey?

    With the mild temperatures approaching this weekend I recommend scuba diving gloves.

     
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    With the mild temperatures approaching this weekend I recommend scuba diving gloves.

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    Yes.  I'm bumming

     
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    Re: hockey gloves for cold weather - pond hockey?

    Do you have this for your rink ?  Taken this afternoon at my local outdoor rink. Best outside ice ever!

     
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    Re: hockey gloves for cold weather - pond hockey?

      argggh can't get the pic pasted

     
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    Re: hockey gloves for cold weather - pond hockey?

    It took a fair amount of work after that warm up - and then worst of all it snowed.  

    I cleaned it off as best as I could and the ice broke up.  So I had to reflood a few times.

    I only got it back last Thursday

     
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    Re: hockey gloves for cold weather - pond hockey?

    In response to BadHabitude's comment:

    It took a fair amount of work after that warm up - and then worst of all it snowed.  

    I cleaned it off as best as I could and the ice broke up.  So I had to reflood a few times.

    I only got it back last Thursday



    And here comes golfing weather midweek.

    Back to the drawing board.

     
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    Re: hockey gloves for cold weather - pond hockey?

    It will be just one day so maybe not that much damage.

    I've noticed that whenever it rains I get a ton of evaporation.  Yes, water is being added, but the warm air temperature against the cold ice tends to wick out a ton of water.

     

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