Share you waterfowl hunting gear tips and questions here. Including blinds, camo, clothing, etc... For decoys and calls, please see the other appropriate forums for that type of genre, Thanks.
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I see MANY options for liners and thin gloves now, too many to look at between Heat Gear, Sitka etc .etc....
I'm looking for a pair of thin, waterproof gloves that I can switch to once I take of my decoy gloves and settle in.
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I too am on the hunt, though waterproof is farther down on my list. Just something thick enough to keep the hands from freezing once I remove them from the muff...but thin enough to fit back in.
As far as thin water proof I've had good luck for dirt biking, snowmobiling and street bike going with any glove that has Hippora liner. Gloves might get wet but my hands have been dry.
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I found a pair of bow hunting waterproof gloves. Work great lots of feel. Not bulky.
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