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There's a tradeoff: Sealed leather doesn't let water in, but doesn't let water vapour out either. This results in liners getting soaked sooner. You can reduce this somewhat: Apply your choice of goop to the inside face only, but include the web between thumb and palm. If you do gloves, do about halfway around each finger, leaving the backside ungooped. ...


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I have had the best results "waterproofing" gloves using Snow Seal which is a wax like product. Putting the gloves in the dryer for a few minutes before you apply the wax seems to help in getting good absorption and the gloves need to be as clean as possible. This only works for smooth leather gloves. I don't think there is any magic product though, if you'...


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