Tescos do the fleece ones for a £1 ...
Depends what you want out of a glove. I need very good gloves and spent several hrs looking at gloves today. I had 2 pairs of extremities gloves, but due to darkness I now have one glove and one cold hand.
The gloves I buy are quite thin, have plenty of room in the fingers, are breathable and wind resistant.
Fleece gloves are a combination of too hot and make my hands sweat or they just let the wind straight through them and my digits freeze.
I bought several pairs of quite expensive gloves from Cotswold - one pair of sealskins for cycling and a pair of merino inner gloves, very thin and warm and 2 different pais of extremities gloves, one wind proof and very light weight, the other wind resistant but not so light.
If you don't need to be so particular in what you look for in a glove, there are plenty that are a lot cheaper.
i love the thin Ronhill gloves you can get from Sweatshop for running, I've had the same pair of yellow ones for 4 or 5 years now. For long slow stuff or very cold days I use cycling gloves as they are a bit more windproof.
You tight B*****d you found a pair for less than a quid and you're asking for advice, buy the f*****g gloves
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