Nice Warm Gloves/Mitts: Your extremities will always be cooler than your core. To help offset this a good pair of gloves or mitts are a must. They come in many different options, ranging in price, material, insulation and waterproofing’s. For colder temperatures mitts are typically the more common option, however they reduce dexterity. Gloves offer better mobility but compromise warmth to do so. The main thing is to keep your hands dry. To do so you need a good waterproof membrane and a layer close to the skin that will wick moisture away. For extra long days on the hill or vacations where you’ll be on the hill multiple days in a row, having a second pair while your others dry is always a good idea.