This fall I picked up a pair of Gander Mountain Gore Windstopper gloves.
I was in the market for something thin enough to shoot with and that I could fit in a muff.
If you have never used Windstopper do yourself the favor and get some.
They were in some bow hunting camo, no biggy. They had a rubber texture grip deal on the palm and fingers. That did not hold up very long. Trigger finger was actually gone after deer season, with the rest of the fingers on the right and palm not lasting much longer. No real big deal but when my gun was wet I noticed some slipping and one missed pump due to lack of grip. I plan on fixing that by getting a rubberized Houge stock.
Otherwise the gloves work well. Fingers get cold putting out decoys so I don't recommend them for that but once you are set and waiting on birds with a chance to shoot I put them on. Hunted all day in 20s deer hunting sitting in a stand with the gloves and muff stayed warm.
Second weekend of deer I sat all afternoon in the rain hunting birds in 35ish temps. Gloves were soaked but hands were warm.
3rd week tested them while standing on a point watching birds. strong 25 mph winds with only the main lake open. Hands were toasty warm while glassing. Got bored so I stuck one hand in the water. Short 5-10 second dips stayed dry. AFter about 30 seconds the glove saturated. Fingers got cool in the wind on the wet hand but once I started walking home they warmed right up.
Wore them for late goose from a 7 hour day at 5-10 degrees with muff and had nice toasty fingers.http://www.windstopper.com/remote/Satel ... 4661612086