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Just want to know what everybody wears cold a cold weather glove? The temps up here are around 10 degrees looking for something really warm, water proof and still be able to feed my gun without them getting in the way! So what do yall recomend ? Thanks for the help !
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Cabelas brand waterfowl gloves. 150 gram thinsulate.They are awesome. I think they are around $50, but they go on sale for $29.99 often. I usually get a couple pairs a year...
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I don't think there is one glove that is warm, dry, and flexible enough to shoot with. I've tried em all. I wear gloves called "Hotshots" for setting dekes and shooting, and then switch to some neoprene gauntlets for picking up dekes. I bought the Hotshots at K-Mart one time, cause they were only $7.99, and Max - 4. I liked em so well I went back to buy em all, but of course they only had 1 pair left. Using the same 2 pairs for 3 years now, and they are as warm and flexible as can be. Hunting in 5 degree weather 2 weeks ago, and they kept me warm all day.
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gloves suck for hunting, more specifically they suck for calling. I don't wear them while actually hunting, usually have them and my hands in my pockets. Picking up decoys is a different story.
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I use an avery hand muff when I'm shooting. Just put two hand warmer in it and your hands will never get cold. But putting out decoys or picking them up I used the Cabelas gloves talked about above.
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Another vote here for the Cabela's gloves.
Have had a pair for 4 seasons now and going strong. I'm not hunting but an average of 15-20 hunts a year, but they have been in mud, ice, saltwater, etc....
I don't think you can find a glove that will be warm and allow you to feed shells. If they do... let me know!
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I'm new to waterfowl, i've only been jump shooting ponds as I don't have any decoys yet. But for shooting gloves and being able to load your gun and use a call (I do a bit of coyote calling also) I put a pair of latex gloves on under a pair of cotton roping gloves. Guarantee you will be surprised how warm it is!!
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Cabela's gloves = warm hands
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Columbia omni heat are the warmest gloves I've ever had but no shooting finger. I use cabelas dry plus shooting finger gloves and pair them with under armour cold gear liners.
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