Best cold weather chore gloves

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DH had brought home some nice work gloves that have been great until recently. They do not keep my hands warm at all and my fingers are burning before I am halfway into outside chores. Anyone have any recommendations? I am hoping to find something that I wont have to change into and aren't too bulky to maneuver locks and waterers/feeders.
 

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I use liner gloves and mittens! I use the little magic stretch gloves for liners. There are magic stretch gloves that are 3/4 length fingers and long cuffs - I am trying those. I would use arthritis compression gloves but I can't find any that fit my hands (I have arachnodactyly and child-sized wrists, but normal sized palms).

I like synthetic sherpa fleece lined mittens. I use smoker's mittens too.
 

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I have been working on insulating metal things I touch during chores. That seems to help me the most. We'll see what I say in January...
 

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I've never have found any decent gloves for working in the winter months. So I just continue to use leather roping gloves. The lambs skin ones seem to agree with me most. I do get them a little small because the stretch a little and break in to fit like a glove 😂

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