What kind of riding are they for ?
Just thinking that if its offroad where you need to operate controls and brakes quite a lot then fingered gloves are pretty much a given,though you'll always have the problem of them being warm too bulky to operate the controls easily
If its general faffing about commuting etc then have you considered lobster claws ? Its a 2 fingered glove so you keep fingers together and therefore warmer than standard 4 fingered gloved without the same bulk.
In the 90's Specialized sold a lobster claw glove made of neoprene,not waterproof though it did take a bit of time[for the water to soak through] but that didnt matter because they were so bloody warm.
I might still have them around though theyre likely to be tatty as hell as i was using them sailing for a few years.
Took a google look and found a good link for winter glove recommendations.The Spesh ones are featured in it an rate 8/10
http://www.stirlingbikeclub.org.uk/club ... ndex.shtml
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