I'm willing to spend $30-$40 on a pair, but what I don't want to do is spend them and they work as good as the Wally World special! The seal skinz looked awesome, and I'm going to my local outdoor store next weekend to stock up on really good long underwear, I'll check out their selection of ski gloves as well. I live near some small ski resorts, so our store usually stock a good assortment of high quality stuff.
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I love Atlas gloves for my basic farm chores. They aren't deep cold gloves, although I do wear them year round. Palms resist water, backs not so much. They do have a nice tacky palm though.
I will have to check out the sealskinz too.
There is a company called Watson's, I think it might be a Canadian company - but they make a lightweight, durable inexpensive women's work glove, that I really like.
It is not heavy, but I find that in the winter, when I am working, my hands don't get that cold. Especially if I am able to actually leave my gloves on...
if I am wearing heavy, bulky gloves, it goes without saying one or both come off, and one or both get lost.
A bit heavier model is made by Mark's Work Wearhouse. Both of these have elastic in them, which hugs your hands and helps to relieve fatigue.
I also like the very thin, unlined deerskin roper gloves - they get wet, but for some reason, your hands stay warm in them.
Staying warm, while working outside all winter here in Canada? it is an art form.
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