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#5526931 - 01/07/15 09:50 PM Glove recommendations.
brazosboyt Offline
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Learned sumpin new from my sea ducking buddy. Was 36-38 all week last week and raining where we sea duck hunted. All the guys were wearing these thin rubber gloves from u-line. I tried one on my shooting hand with my waterproof wind stopper on the left. An hour in and my left hand was wet and cold. These keep the water off your skin and a surprising amount of warmth in. If it gets below freezing, they are thin enough to pull your insulated gloves over.






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#5526939 - 01/07/15 09:54 PM Re: Glove recommendations. [Re: brazosboyt]
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Put on a pair of deke gloves in the cold last week. Seemed to keep hands warmer than the cabelas. UA high dollar gloves.

Key is moisture. Keep them dry.
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#5526981 - 01/07/15 10:14 PM Re: Glove recommendations. [Re: brazosboyt]
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Thanks for the info. You could try a pair of half finger wool gloves over them for added warmth.

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#5526988 - 01/07/15 10:17 PM Re: Glove recommendations. [Re: brazosboyt]
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Wet hands = cold hands
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#5527064 - 01/07/15 11:23 PM Re: Glove recommendations. [Re: brazosboyt]
Corn Offline
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I've used a pair of water proof gloves for decoys, and hot hands in my wader pocket during the hunt and it's worked great. Lows in the 20s with 20 MPH winds and they toasty and warm, sea duck hunting may be a different story though

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#5527376 - 01/08/15 08:15 AM Re: Glove recommendations. [Re: brazosboyt]
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And I thought it was a 100% actual fact as told by some of our hardcore internet hunters here that gloves were bad/unsafe/not helpful. laugh

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#5527881 - 01/08/15 11:43 AM Re: Glove recommendations. [Re: brazosboyt]
wfhunter Offline
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Nice! I have a box of light blue nitrile gloves I use for cleaning birds, deer etc... A different brand but look the same. Will have to get some black ones. Thanks for the info.

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#5527943 - 01/08/15 12:05 PM Re: Glove recommendations. [Re: brazosboyt]
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I am going to try this with some medical rubber type gloves this weekend. I usually only wear gloves while driving the boat but will have to give this a try.
Thanks for the tip, just called my wife and told her to bring me some home from her office, they will probably be pink or blue though, haha.

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#5528042 - 01/08/15 12:49 PM Re: Glove recommendations. [Re: mohunter]
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I'll try that when my gore tex gloves start leaking.

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#5528291 - 01/08/15 02:41 PM Re: Glove recommendations. [Re: wfhunter]
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Originally Posted By: wfhunter
Nice! I have a box of light blue nitrile gloves I use for cleaning birds, deer etc... A different brand but look the same. Will have to get some black ones. Thanks for the info.


Ditto
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#5530159 - 01/09/15 11:37 AM Re: Glove recommendations. [Re: brazosboyt]
DuckCoach1985 Offline
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Will try soon! great idea.. i bet the rubber gloves with the strap-on handwarmer would work great.. gonna give it a shot this weekend

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#5530398 - 01/09/15 01:23 PM Re: Glove recommendations. [Re: brazosboyt]
schmellba99 Offline
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I have a pear of thin neoprene gloves that I bought at Cabela's (I think anyway) about 15 years ago. They go up over the wrist and have a velcro strap to cinch them up snug. Thin enough to shoot with and load with, but keep your hands dry. Have a nylon armor on the outside like waders. Best I've ever had, but I haven't seen them available for a long time now.

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#5530791 - 01/09/15 03:54 PM Re: Glove recommendations. [Re: b1c2r3r4]
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Originally Posted By: b1c2r3r4
Thanks for the info. You could try a pair of half finger wool gloves over them for added warmth.
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#5530797 - 01/09/15 03:56 PM Re: Glove recommendations. [Re: DuckCoach1985]
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Originally Posted By: DuckCoach1985
Will try soon! great idea.. i bet the rubber gloves with the strap-on handwarmer would work great.. gonna give it a shot this weekend



Try it with the adhesive toewarmers on em

Work even better
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#5531793 - 01/09/15 10:39 PM Re: Glove recommendations. [Re: brazosboyt]
UTMallard Offline
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Registered: 02/26/10
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I tried it this morning and they worked like a charm. Disposable latex gloves under thin goretex gloves and my hands were sweating in 24 degree weather. Good tip!

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