I have a puffy coat. The wrist cuffs are simple elastics.
I have two pairs of gloves, one of them with a velcro closure and another with a drawstring closure.
None of the glove closures are big enough to go over the coat's cuffs. The result is a ring of exposed skin at the wrists. With wind chills down to -40 and below (Celsius or Fahrenheit) where I live, my body is warm, my hands are warm, but I end up with a ring of frostbite at the wrists.
I've tried pulling the coat's cuffs over the gloves. Unfortunately this doesn't work comfortably for any length of time because of how thick the gloves are, which means my wrists are heavily compressed by the elastic cuffs. This leads to badly reduced circulation, which then leads to very cold hands.
Short of buying a new coat or new gloves, is there a simple way to interface the puffy coat and the gloves in a way to avoid leaving an exposed ring of skin?