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  1. #11
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    Default Re: Cold Weather Gloves

    Quote Originally Posted by chauncey View Post
    The guys at my flyshop in Boulder swear by these - WINDSTOPPER Foldover Mitt - Socks & Gloves - SHOP

    So i picked up a pair but have yet to try them out. I am going up to the Fork in 2 weeks and hopefully will give them a good testing then.
    Not tried 'these,' but the similar (and far less expensive). They work.
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    Default Re: Cold Weather Gloves

    Fleece is the best because it does not retain water long and dries fast. Also light and warm

  3. #13
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    Default Re: Cold Weather Gloves

    I currently use a pair of green wool liners that I picked up years ago in the military with the finger tips cut off. Wish that they were warmer sometimes. I might have to try the ones Amazon is selling since I need something else.

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