There’s no need for frozen fingers to get in the way of a good workout. With a pair of running gloves, you can keep the burn where it belongs; in your legs. Ideally, running gloves should fit snug on your hands and feel almost like a second skin. Gloves that are too big will flop around, which isn’t only distracting, but can lead to chafing; too small and they'll cut off circulation to your fingers and lead to uncomfortable numbness of the hands. Gloves can typically be worn year-round, though not recommended for warmer weather. In the fall and winter, a glove with a liner and wind-proof properties can help keep fingers warm and comfortable. In the spring, runners can typically skip the liner and go for a waterproofing fabric for those rainy days.