I want to second the Foxwear recommendation.  Lou's stuff can't be
beat for the outer layer.  He also sells some fleece type stuff but I
haven't tried that.  He will work with you until he gets you exactly
what you want.
George Strickler
New Orleans

On Oct 3, 8:27 pm, Dan Abelson <d...@abelsons.net> wrote:
> I usually use a smartwool long sleeve shirt with a Showers Pass Touring
> jacket.  This is good down to temps of about zero Fahrenheit on my five mile
> commute.  On my head I can't say enough good things about my Walz wool cap
> with earflaps.  Under my helmet no problems done to zero.
> Dan Abelson
> St. Paul, MN
> On Sat, Oct 3, 2009 at 3:30 PM, geezer <bair.m...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hi all.  I'm looking to improve my winter wardrobe this year.  I'm
> > specifically looking for a jacket and pants that work well for riding
> > - somewhat trim, zippers for ventilation etc.  I live in northern
> > Michigan (the home of miserable winters) so, realistically, I'll park
> > the bike when it hits around 20 degrees and/or the snow and ice become
> > glacial.
> > I'm willing to spend some bucks on this stuff.  I understand layering
> > - I'm mostly interested in outerwear.
> > I'll do the research - just point me in a direction for stuff that has
> > worked for you.
> > Thanks in advance for any help or suggestions,
> > Mike
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