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Anyone know of gloves that really are waterproof and warm in cold weather?

 Poster: A snowHead
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What about buying 2 pairs of reasonably priced gloves? When one pair wets out, swap for second pair..... Works a treat for me, I usually swap at lunch (if needed) and then in the evening I dry both pairs out Very Happy
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mishmash wrote:

Having seen a mate with these and read this review, I m keen to get a pair of these at some point:

http://www.wildsnow.com/10659/black-diamond-guide-glove-review/

My Hestras have been OK for most European endeavours but full winter at altitude with few breaks starts to get a bit much.


mishmash, I just bought (and returned) a pair of these but in the lobster mitt format, they were massive and way too bulky, I could hardly get my hands through my pole straps even with the straps fully extended! Also found the cuffs too long and bulky, probably great glove for serious backcountry skiing but seem over the top for normal skiing. I guess they would be super warm but would have been way too bulky for my liking.
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@SandraOne, not only does this pong of pork, but Marigolds are the obvious choice!
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Perhaps she meant pigskin leather? Not helpful though, the OP has had damp hands for 7 seasons.
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