Do thin, warm, and windproof/waterproof ski gloves exist?

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    Do thin, warm, and windproof/waterproof ski gloves exist?

    I can never seem to find a warm pair of thin ski gloves. Anyone have any suggestions?

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    Check out some of the ones offered by Black Diamond. Don't know how "thin" you want them, but I have a pair that are waterproof and windproof, fit nicely, and were from BD. They are not too pricey either.

    Look here: http://blackdiamondequipment.com/en/mens-gloves

    They run deals on their page. LevelNineSports.com and others have their stuff on deep discount too.
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    I have some older pairs like these.
    http://www.scott-sports.com/us/en/pr...-gtx-black-xl/



    I have become a huge fan of Hestra gloves lately. I now wear The Verticl Cut Freeride, and have a pair of Skiercross as well.
    https://hestragloves.com/sport/en-us...-cross/350100/
    https://hestragloves.com/sport/en-us...-freeride/400/

    The Hestras are bulkier than the Scotts but warmer. I find leather gloves to be much warmer for their bulk vs. man made material. I leather balm my gloves once a year, and never get wet, unless its pouring out.
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