Is this glove warm enough to handle spring and fall in the NE?
Am looking at either this or the Held Evo Thrux to replace a Joe Rocket Highside as a typical 3 season commuter/tourer. Seems the Held air n dry would outperform the Thrux in the summer but am wondering how well it would do at typical spring and fall temps in the NE in keeping hands warm enough? Does the liner add any warmth at all? Can the air n dry be stretched out to a 3 season glove or is is better suited to a 2 season (late spring, summer and early fall)? Perhaps a better question is what would be a good temperature range for this glove?