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Ahhh, you didn't look at the link I posted of the Viking/Si Tech glove kits.
They have 2 different types of black rubber, a large bulky & softer rubber, both w/o lining but you do use liners.
They're CE certified hazmat, we used them diving in the nuke pools & sewage treatment plants.
I’ve been diving the Viking rings with Smurf gloves. The Vikings are the only rings I’ve seen with a lock rather than a pressure fit. They are easy to install, and seal well. They also come with a variety of rings to fit different gloves.
I use DC rings - it is easy to get the gloves on and off, once you manage to mount the rings... You can mount many different industrial gloves on the DC rings.
FWIW, you will likely find the dry gloves to be just as bulky as your neoprene, if not more so, after you add insulation under the gloves.
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