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#6056414 - 11/29/15 03:00 PM gloves
Elpatoloco Offline
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Anyone have any recommendations for a good set of waterfowl gloves that wont break the bank?

I honestly have never worn gloves until this weekend. I guess I'm just getting older. Have always just warmed my hands on boat motor after picking up deeks. Wore gloves and they immediately soaked through. Not even that cold outside yet. Hands burn from the cold.

I've seen the $150 a pair waterproof sitka stuff. I'll deal with frost bite before I pay that kind of monies


Edited by Elpatoloco (11/29/15 03:01 PM)

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#6056421 - 11/29/15 03:02 PM Re: gloves [Re: Elpatoloco]
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I use golf gloves. Easy to pull the trigger and load the gun
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#6056433 - 11/29/15 03:09 PM Re: gloves [Re: Elpatoloco]
Elpatoloco Offline
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I'll pull them off for gun handling. Just hunting for something warm, and waterproof for setting up and putting down.

I've never played golf. Would imagine they are not built to keep warm


Edited by Elpatoloco (11/29/15 03:09 PM)

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#6056762 - 11/29/15 05:47 PM Re: gloves [Re: Elpatoloco]
Duck Slayer Offline
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http://www.drakewaterfowl.com/product/est-refuge-gore-tex-glove

Ive had a pair of these thats lasted me three seasons. Kinda pricey, but best gloves Ive ever had. Warm but not too thick, can actually feel feel your shells when loading them in the gun. and waterproof.

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#6056787 - 11/29/15 05:55 PM Re: gloves [Re: Elpatoloco]
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Originally Posted By: Elpatoloco
I'll pull them off for gun handling. Just hunting for something warm, and waterproof for setting up and putting down.

I've never played golf. Would imagine they are not built to keep warm
Same here but I put hand warmers in my coat pocket when I am hunting

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#6056791 - 11/29/15 05:59 PM Re: gloves [Re: Elpatoloco]
ZachW Offline
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I would love to find a pair of waterproof gloves with a fold-back mitten flap. Those Sitka gloves are close, but that $150 price tag really is crazy.

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#6056879 - 11/29/15 06:30 PM Re: gloves [Re: Elpatoloco]
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I've been using this rag wool gloves for many seasons. My hands stay warm even when the rag wool gets wet.

http://www.orvis.com/p/mens-barbour-fingerless-gloves/373q
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#6057076 - 11/29/15 07:49 PM Re: gloves [Re: Elpatoloco]
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Cabelas brown ragwool fingerless gloves down to about 30 degrees. Full fingered from 30 to about 10. Full fingered with a thinsulate Palm below that.

I'm not all that prone to cold hands. I run fingerless about 99% of the time.

Wool insulated when wet.


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#6057093 - 11/29/15 07:55 PM Re: gloves [Re: Elpatoloco]
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If I use gloves, I use some neoprene to set/pickup decoys. Not a fan of gloves while hunting but the under armor liners are the best I've used.
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#6057095 - 11/29/15 07:56 PM Re: gloves [Re: Elpatoloco]
hunt91 Offline
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I have a pair of the Sitka Pantanal gloves, which have apparently been replaced by an updated version. The pair I have were $100 and worth every last penny. I too was skeptical at first, but once I bit the bullet, I never looked back.

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#6057208 - 11/29/15 08:38 PM Re: gloves [Re: Elpatoloco]
Littlejr13 Offline
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I use these, and don't have any complaints! Plus they on sale right now !
http://www.mackspw.com/item--i-MPW4016

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#6057483 - 11/30/15 12:17 AM Re: gloves [Re: Elpatoloco]
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Nitrile shop gloves from Autozone. Black or white colors 100 for $16. If they're not thick enough, use 2 pair, or 3, or....

I use them under my camo gloves. When I need to get wet, I pull them of and put them back on when I'm done. And in the off chance I get my camo gloves wet, the Nitrile gloves are waterproof and still work well to keep your hands comfortable under wet outer gloves.
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#6057574 - 11/30/15 06:00 AM Re: gloves [Re: Littlejr13]
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Originally Posted By: Littlejr13
I use these, and don't have any complaints! Plus they on sale right now !
http://www.mackspw.com/item--i-MPW4016


I just got a pair of these and they work great! Kept hands warm and dry while hunting and picking up decoys this past rainy weekend. Cept when the water would run down my jacket and into the glove.

Not a good shooting glove but very warm and dry
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#6057651 - 11/30/15 07:30 AM Re: gloves [Re: samsamthemex]
Elpatoloco Offline
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Originally Posted By: samsamthemex
Originally Posted By: Littlejr13
I use these, and don't have any complaints! Plus they on sale right now !
http://www.mackspw.com/item--i-MPW4016


I just got a pair of these and they work great! Kept hands warm and dry while hunting and picking up decoys this past rainy weekend. Cept when the water would run down my jacket and into the glove.

Not a good shooting glove but very warm and dry



Just ordered a couple of pairs. Thanks fellas

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#6057741 - 11/30/15 08:25 AM Re: gloves [Re: Elpatoloco]
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Originally Posted By: Elpatoloco
Originally Posted By: samsamthemex
Originally Posted By: Littlejr13
I use these, and don't have any complaints! Plus they on sale right now !
http://www.mackspw.com/item--i-MPW4016


I just got a pair of these and they work great! Kept hands warm and dry while hunting and picking up decoys this past rainy weekend. Cept when the water would run down my jacket and into the glove.

Not a good shooting glove but very warm and dry



Just ordered a couple of pairs. Thanks fellas



Those look pretty good, especially for the price.

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