For years runnersbraving the cold had tomake do with glovesdesigned for skiing, hikingor general cold weatheruse.
But for the past fewyears, running-shoemakers have ramped upproduction of runningspecificgloves that warmhands at the cold start of arun and attempt to adaptas hands heat up a fewmiles later.
“We found that the No.1 thing a runner wants inthe winter is warm, dryhands,” said Lou Fliszar,vice president of sales forManzella, a maker ofsports gloves.
Company research ledto a line of running glovesmade of materials thatManzella claims will wickwater and block wind.
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