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    I'm looking for the best insulated WATERPROOF gloves that I can find. I'm done with gloves that say that they are waterproof. When my hands are soaked after a little rain I've seen screendoors that were more waterproof. Recommendation wanted, needed and desired please. Actual expeirence prefered. Thanks

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    If you have money to spend, mountain hardware makes a pair of gloves that are unbeatable IMO.... Fully waterproof, insulated, used in -30 weather and colder..... Used for riding and ice fishing many times....... Look em up they run about $180... Remember, you get what you pay for!



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    There is no woven material that's "waterproof"....get some lined Atlas fishing gloves, they're really comfortable....
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    Neoprene gloves are water proof, but my hands sweat in them after a while. Divers use them in cold water all the time.

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    Don't know what your temp criteria is but for the money, you can't beat Cabela's Dry-Plus® Thinsulate™ Deluxe Shooting Gloves. On sale for $40. I have used them for decades and have my whole family outfitted with them. I have used them on extended, stationary sits with below zero windchill and some all day rain events. Never needed a handwarmer, never got wet. Nice lycra trigger finger and very breathable if your humping. If camo isn't needed, I have ski gloves from EMS, Mntn Hardware and North Face that have never let me down. Most are under $110.

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    I am convinced that the Yetis have all of the water proof gloves that are produced, otherwise I would have ran across a pair by now. Good luck in the search for the "Holy Grail of Gloves".

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