Today was the coldest of the season - started out at 19, but never rose above 33 or so. The early morning was a trip to the dump to unload yesterday afternoon's work, then to some clearing of leaves, and then mowing this afternoon. The air was dry, no frost, so I did not feel mowing at 30-33 was a problem. But ... on the last leg, 4:00 to 5:15 when darkness set in, my hands got very cold! I was on my Exmark, pistol grips. The operation does not require much finger/hand motion, and the fingers just stick out, sucking the cold from the handle. I have double gloves, jersey cotton gloves inside leather gloves. I've tried insulated gloves in the past, but they don't seem to help. Anybody have suggestions on how to keep hands warm for these cold day mower operations? Has anybody used hand warming pads that somehow insert into gloves? I think I've seen them in the ads for sporting good stores, intended for hunters. I think they are one-time use -- somehow they are activated to produce some heat, but it dwindles and then are useless. I have had this problem in other Fall mowing operations, and expect to be out for many more days like today. P.S. When doing leaf removal, that is raking, blowing, hauling tarps, etc, I seem to be OK. The problem is hanging on to the mower handles.