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How to Buy Cyclist Clothing : Dressing for Rain & Cold Weather Elements

How to Buy Cyclist Clothing : Dressing for Rain & Cold Weather Elements


If it’s especially wet, I would recommend
wearing a heavier duty jacket like this, which is little bit more water proof and extremely
warm. This is also good for times when you want to get a shorter ride in and don’t want
to go through the hassle of putting on three or four layers. You can just wear a heavier
weight jacket and be done with it. Then of course your extremities are the most important
things to keep warm. There the things that is the furthest away from your heart and the
most susceptible to heat loss. Start off by wearing a good insulated hat that covers your
ears because ears are big sails that are catching the wind. So, with a hat like this, you can
still if you have a helmet that your right in the middle of the size range of, you can
still fit your helmet, which is nice because helmets are pretty important piece of safety
gear and then a heavy weight glove. Maybe with a spare set of gloves in your back pocket
in case these get wet and you stop and they get cold. There’s nothing worse than cold
gloves and a quality winter cycling shoe. It’s going to be more insulated, gives your
feet a little bit more room to move around to keep warm. If it gets really, really cold,
you can put an additional shoe cover over this shoe that’s like an additional neoprene
layer, that’s going to keep this shoe dryer and warmer. That is going to temperatures
down to around negative ten degrees or so. If it?s colder than that, it might be a good
day to read a book. So there you go.

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