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At the moment, a daily walk, run or bike ride is the only way many of us are able to get outside.
A pair of gloves in your pocket can make exercise - particularly early in the morning a little bit more bearable.
Whether you want gloves specifically for exercising in, heated gloves to keep your hands extra warm, or fingerless gloves to give you some extra movement, we've rounded up the best of the bunch.
Fingerless gloves can be a great way to keep your hands warm while still being able to go about your daily tasks. Ideal for cycling, driving, or even wearing at home while on the computer, they're a great half-way house if you want to stay warm, but still be able to do things.
Look for fingerless gloves that are either made from thermal yarn or wool to keep your hands extra warm. They're also great for children as they allow some more movement - and are easier to put on too!
Although much of the country isn't getting dressed up and going out anywhere at the moment, a pair of smart gloves can really make an outfit during winter.
Ditch the fluffy, worn out gloves you've had for years, and invest in a pair of leather, suede or pure wool gloves to really elevate an outfit. Even if you're not going anywhere anytime soon, wearing them will make you feel a little bit special - and they'll keep for next winter as well.
No, it's not a joke - you can now buy heated gloves keep your hands warm all day long.
There's usually have a battery in each glove that fits in a pocket on the outside of each hand. When the battery is turned on, an electrical current runs through the wires and heats them up.
They have built in safety features to ensure the heating element is shut down if the wires short circuit.
Fingerless heated gloves often work best, as they aren't as restrictive. If you're after a more lo-fi option, some gloves have a pocket for heat warmers.
These disposable packets contain a mix of iron, water, activated carbon, vermiculite, cellulose, and salt, which release heat when exposed to the air. They're a good alternative if you don't want to plug in, but aren't rechargeable.
Keeping your hands warm while you're running can make exercising a lot more pleasurable, as well as protecting your hands from wind and rain.
Look for lightweight materials that are windproof and breathable, and also provide some thermal insulation. Make sure they fit well too - a running glove that's too big will be annoying, one that's too small will be tricky take off if it's wet from rain or sweat.
Many running gloves now have small grip details which help you keep hold of a water bottle. and touchscreen friendly fingertips, so you can still use your phone while you're out and about.
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