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My buddy uses the bottom pair you got listed there. He says they are warm and waterproof, he just wishes they were longer. He likes them, I personally can't say if they are better, but he fishes for walleye in below freezing temp's.  ;D

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The ones on the bottom don't do much of anything. I have them, and they didn't make my hands warmer at all. To be honest, it felt like my hands were colder, and in more pain when inside the gloves.

Get a pair of wool gloves with the flap such as the ones you posted in the first link. Or get wool gloves that have the fingers tips cut off. Better to freeze just the tips then your entire hands.

I cut the finger tips off of only my thumb and pointer finger, as that's all I use when I fish, so my other 6 fingers stay warm.

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I have these and I love em!

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http://www.***.com/descpage-GGLOV.html

They are not water proof but they still keep your hands very warm.  I was wearing them the weekend before last when we had rain and temps in the low 40's all weekend.  I fished all day both days without any discomfort from cold hands.  Of course this may not be enough in colder weather but it works great here.

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http://www.reedssports.com/Product/product.taf?_function=detail&_ID=12654

http://www.reedssports.com/Product/product.taf?_function=detail&_ID=7869

http://www.reedssports.com/Product/product.taf?_function=detail&_ID=12553

If I were to buy a pair for the boat, it would be the first ones listed. If I actually were to go hard water fishing, I would get the second pair listed.

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I use two types. For fishing, this one is thin, waterproof, and windproof and is called:

#1431 Hyperlite All Weather

The other is a thick one with a chemical handwarmer pocket on the back and can be worn over the Hyperlite to warm up your hands:

#1322 Heater Glove

Both are made by Serius-----http://www.seirus.com/catalog/catalog.pdf

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My technique might be a little different, but it works for ice fishing well.   I use a pair of jersey gloves, heck they are cheap .99 a pair.  I usually carry 3 or so pair with me.  I buy the smallest size that possible fits my had so i can still hooks on and such.  I then wear a pair of fold back mittens.   That way even when its 0 degrees F out, my finger tips are nice and toasty.   When the jersey gloves get wet, i trade them out for another pair.

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I would avoid anything made of pure neoprene or cotton. Neoprene will keep you dry, but it is a poor insulator and doesn't breathe at all. Cotton is just a poor insulator.

Wool or fleece are both great insulators, even when wet.

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Winter golf gloves have worked best for me.  Something similar to these ....

http://www.footjoy.com/catalog/mens.asp?c=46

To me they kept your hands fairly comfortable (not warm) and you were still able to use your hands and fingers to fish.

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I use the Glacier Glove with split fingers. Though made of neoprene to combat wind and water, the material does not vent which can imply cold, but the glove is lined with fleece. Two fingers of each glove peel back; good for tying knots and thumbing a baitcaster. They're pretty warm when temps drop to high 30's. I've worn them while picking ice from line guides with little discomfort. For extreme cold, I add a pair of silk glove liners ($7).

http://www.basspro.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/ProductDisplay?storeId=10151&catalogId=10001&langId=-1&partNumber=8060&hvarTarget=search&cmCat=SearchResults

At one time Sierra Trading Post was selling closeouts at $23-25.

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