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  Posted by: bartc on Nov-15-12 9:17 AM (EST)
 

SealSkinz. They have that knit polypro interior and exterior, but an internal layer of thin neoprene throughout the glove, so they're more waterproof than the Ninja Ice.

Yes, you can get water inside. Yes, the exterior can get cold if continuously wet and exposed to wind. But overall they're very good gloves for temps for me down to freezing (32 degrees) on the water.

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