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I would just go for comfort. The tig gloves miller sells are nice, but any local shop will have ones that are fine. I would get a set of thin TIG specific gloves that feel good. Prob want a thicker longer pair for stick.
the OVE-Glove from Wal Mart works pretty good and has that good feel, heat proof and available.....Kinda pricy at 17.00 ea..but last a long time and don't shrink up when heated like the Tillman gloves...
My wife says I'm 65 going on 12.....I wonder why she says that?