Have a look in good outdoor shops as gloves designed for mountains tend to be more robust imo. Esp look for Ice Climbing specific as they have quite a thin palm to grip the, ahem , shaft. They're often backed with really warm and windproof materials.
I have some lovely Montane ones thst have a thick pile back covered in some sort of Pertex/Cordura fabric. Loads of dexterity and bastard warm too.
got a couple of pairs of these, as replacements for defeet duragloves. seem pretty nice - and roubaix-lined. not ridden yet (and always found defeet dgs very good in spring/autumn and dry winter). they were also pretty good in light showers... proof will be in the pudding with these I guess
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