Waterproof & warm gloves

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tncattle

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I've been meaning to buy some waterproof & WARM gloves. Advice is appreciated! I know I could Google it but y'all are just as good and will tell me what stinks and what works.
 

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Yhe best gloves I've seen are ski gloves. The name tag has been gone from my pair for years so I don;t know who makes them or where I got them. They're waterproff polyester shell with a thinsulate interior and kind of a flannelish lining.
 

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While I don't wear gloves all that often, yes I have rough, calist hands, I do have a pair of gortex ski gloves for when the temp get down to the teens that are very warm.... I just can't do any work in them, but they are nice for when I don't have to use my fingers much are grab bales by the strings.

Alan
 

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Or you can just post a topic about gloves and read the ad that comes up on the top of the page.
 

Jeanne - Simme Valley

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For "really" waterproof warm gloves, I just purchased a pair of Decoy hunting gloves from BassPro.
Nothing keeps you as warm as mittens, but again, you have a hard time doing much with your fingers. :shock:
 
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