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Shell, insulation, and lining are made with polyester and polyurethane. An adjustable wrist strap allows you to get the perfect fit and block out the rain and wind. Warmer rating compared to similar products. Features a Mossy Oak camo pattern.
Hand-wash only. Somewhat pricey.
Near-perfect fit for hunters with large hands. Comfortable to wear thanks to a breathable liner and soft outer shell. Cuffs fit snugly on the wrist to keep the gloves from sliding during activity. Capacitive touchscreen fabric on the index finger and thumb for smartphone use.
The palm grips are very slippery, so bow hunters may want to avoid these.
Extremely durable gloves designed for backcountry conditions (and backyard work). Multicam pattern blends well with most environments. Its comfortably snug fit has a bit of stretch and moves with the hand so users can do detailed work without difficulty. Good breathability makes these wearable on hot days.
Glove size runs large, so buyers may want to order a size down.
Lightweight yet warm gloves that provide comfort in cold, biting winds. Thinner material allows for greater dexterity when doing detailed work. Grippy palm surface and capacitive touchscreen fabric on the index fingertip. Bow release collar on the wrist allows archers to wear a wrist release against their skin.
Palm grips can wear out quickly.
Designed specifically for duck hunters with a camouflage pattern to mimic a wetlands environment. Waterproof neoprene gloves reach the elbow so that hunters can set and retrieve decoys near the water. Textured surface for a better grip on wet objects. Hands stay dry and warm.
Gloves are very thick, making it difficult to do complex tasks.
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Hunting camouflage gloves are a must for long days spent outdoors at any time of year. They provide warmth, protection from sun and biting insects, and improve one’s grip on a rifle or bow. Materials make a big difference in comfort and utility, so when choosing a hunting glove it’s important to consider the time of year and weather conditions, the length of the trip, and the implements being used. Heavier gloves keep hands warm but make it difficult to do small, detailed tasks. Thin, stretchy gloves are comfortable and easy to work with, but will not provide warmth in below-freezing temperatures. Look for a camouflage glove that mixes breathable fabrics with durable outer layers to prevent abrasion and increase its service life. Serious hunters will want extras like scent control, reinforced grip and a silhouette-reducing camouflage pattern.