I am looking to buy some dinghy sailing gloves for cooler weather. Do any of you northern Sunfish sailors have some suggestions? They can't so bulky that you can't bend your fingers or feel the mainsheet. Many thanks for your advice.
I got a pair of Zhik "superwarm" gloves last spring, and they certainly live up to their name, even in near-freezing temperatures. Not cheap, nor especially long-lived (I suspect) either, but they do the job very well indeed.
Gill seems to recommend those only for "offshore", "ocean" and "fishing" use Their equivalent model to my Zhiks is the Neoprene Winter Glove. As I understand it, you're in a place where it rarely gets below 10° C, so the "3 Seasons" might be a better choice.