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my hands freeze even in gloves, when driving my utv in am when cold outside. need recomendation on some good warm gloves.

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kuiu north star mitts Or Cabela's Stand Hunter Gloves

with mitts you can always toss in s hand warmer.

I also where liners with them (Columbia Unisex Omni-Heat Touch Glove Liner or any light mernio/silk etc)


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Any good quality that double as mittens. And, the rechargeable hand warmers in your pocket. I drive with one hand and have 1/2 windshield. I do fine this way in panhandle temp’s.


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Smith: Have a favorite rechargeable handwarmer?

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Originally Posted by Nolanco
Smith: Have a favorite rechargeable handwarmer?

I don't have them with me, so can't check and tell you the brand. They were a gift. I don't think you could go wrong with any that have the same features:
USB rechargeable, have a high and low setting, run time 4 hours on low, size about 3/4" x 2-1/2" x 5" or so, kinda like the size of a thick cell phone. They're fantastic. On low, PLENTY warm for 4 hours. Unless I'm glassing I don't wear gloves while set up, just keep my hands in my coat pockets and my hands stay really warm. I can get on my rifle, dial my scope if necessary and get to the trigger without having to jack with gloves. Sometimes a second matters, like this year. I hunt on the ground, set up in the open with nothing to protect me from the weather often and have the same type of warmers for my boots. A very flat insole that will do the same thing for my feet. To sit in the same spot without moving for 3-4 hours on the ground when it's very cold I need every advantage.


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going to give the cabelas mits a shot ty

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slip on some nitrile gloves, then your normal hunting gloves ...


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This is what I what use snowmobiling and ice fishing at -40. Buy them a size too large and then wear a thin pair of fleece gloves inside so if you need to use your fingers you can take them off for short periods.

https://www.outdoorresearch.com/en-...ducts/mens-alti-ii-gore-tex-mitts-300009

The Kuiu Bobo mentioned are good too but not quite on the level of the OR mitts.

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Originally Posted by Hirogen
This is what I what use snowmobiling and ice fishing at -40. Buy them a size too large and then wear a thin pair of fleece gloves inside so if you need to use your fingers you can take them off for short periods.

https://www.outdoorresearch.com/en-...ducts/mens-alti-ii-gore-tex-mitts-300009

The Kuiu Bobo mentioned are good too but not quite on the level of the OR mitts.


Bought. I listen to the man from the north. That Newfoundland moose hunt made me appreciate snowmobile gloves that, thankfully, my guide let me borrow to ride behind him on that dam CanAm 4wheeler through those dam alders. Nothing else compares...and, you have to hold on! My fingers split in a Texas winter unless I put on lotion constantly and, sometimes, sleep with gloves after I've put vaseline on them. realmad

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Originally Posted by Creekrunner
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This is what I what use snowmobiling and ice fishing at -40. Buy them a size too large and then wear a thin pair of fleece gloves inside so if you need to use your fingers you can take them off for short periods.

https://www.outdoorresearch.com/en-...ducts/mens-alti-ii-gore-tex-mitts-300009

The Kuiu Bobo mentioned are good too but not quite on the level of the OR mitts.


Bought. I listen to the man from the north. That Newfoundland moose hunt made me appreciate snowmobile gloves that, thankfully, my guide let me borrow to ride behind him on that dam CanAm 4wheeler through those dam alders. Nothing else compares...and, you have to hold on! My fingers split in a Texas winter unless I put on lotion constantly and, sometimes, sleep with gloves after I've put vaseline on them. realmad


Thanks for the shout out. Just like the cold hammers you guys, there is no way i could deal with a Texas summer - i go through a lot of beer when the temp is over 80 and over 90 i am submerged to the neck in the lake. Had a whopping four days this summer with highs over 80 - none over 90. Limit my visits to the window of Nov 15 to March 15 LOL.

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hard to beat these as far as durability. Run a little small


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