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Waterproof glove liners

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Can anyone recommend good glove liners that are waterproof? I have read reviews about sealskinz, but most people say "no good" anybody have any experience with others?

Thanks

Will

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What are you going to be wearing the glove liners under?

Keep in mind that the gloves will do nothing if they are frozen stiff because you got them wet. Your hands might be dry, but they won't be warm. Rag wool might be the only viable option over a liner as it will still insulate when wet and doesn't hold much water.

Really, I would just look for a waterproof glove or mitten. I've always gone with mittens as I've never owned a pair of gloves that kept my fingers warm. Just my opinion.

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So whats a nice thin, light, waterproof glove, that still offers finger dexterity, but doesn't get so hot that you sweat instead of getting wet?!?

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Yes LINED neoprene gloves stuffed inside your jacket or flannel so they are warm when you need them.

Then a good pair of choppers the ones with the wool. If its super cold add a heat pack.

Don't bother with really expensive neoprenes for me at least they never last long no matter what I buy and will leak. So I stick with the less expensive end for the neoprenes. You can throw heat packs in to those as well.

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So whats a nice thin, light, waterproof glove, that still offers finger dexterity, but doesn't get so hot that you sweat instead of getting wet?!?

latex rubber gloves like surgeons wear laugh

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TruthWalleyes - All trade-offs. I go for a mitten that I know will keep me warm. If I need dexterity, I pull them off for 30 seconds. I can still start/use my auger, hold a rod, reel, scoop with them on.

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Looking for people who have used 'waterproof' liners only, thanks but i don't need alternative suggestions, like mittens or neoprene etc...

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Will

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Them Sealskinz look pretty nice.

Good HSOforum JoeKer

Edit* After reading the reviews...People sound extremely dissapointed with these gloves!!!

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I wear the new SnoSuit finger gloves for year-round open water fishing. Plenty of dexterity to operate one rod....a little bulky for two-handed vertical jigging, however.

The comment about latex or nitrile gloves is a bullseye! full-36138-3678-img_7978.jpg

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Check out r e i dot com

They all seem to be wicking or water "resistant" not PROOF

There has to be someone else other then sealskins...

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Just a thought. Maybe get some "cloth" type gloves for cheap and dip them into some sort of latex or rhino liner. I don't know too much about the rhino liner but hear of a lot of construction workers using it on there boots to prolong the life and to "water proof" them. Kind of the same idea as the work gloves you can buy that have the rubber type palms and fingers with the cotton back. Could just use these as well and finish off the back with a latex or rhino liner. I used to use these gloves mentioned for ice fishing and added a liner glove inside it and they were pretty warm. Easy to work with also. Then I got the ice armor gloves and really like those. I also have the mittens for the cold days but most of my time is spent inside a porty or house and rarely ever use them inside.

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