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Good driving gloves
on February 6, 2012
I got these as winter driving gloves as they're thin (so I don't lose all feeling), leather (so I can grip the wheel) and stretchy (so I can get them on and off easily). I have an aluminum shifter knob that is COLD AS HELL on my hand when it's cold out, and I have a manual so shifting is kind of required.
They're not perfect driver's gloves because the fingertips are a bit baggy (like most gloves are) so it's hard to hit buttons and whatnot, but these aren't Mille Miglias, they're Isotoners, and for how much they cost (not much) it's frankly pretty easy to live with.
These aren't the warmest gloves out there, but they aren't designed to be über warm, either, so again no biggie. They are classic black stylish gloves that will not make you stand out, and they also make pretty good driving gloves when it's cold.
And they're cheap.