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ive tried many gloves but i havent found a pair that will keep my hands warm for hunting and fishing in the winter do you guys have any recomendations?

Question by fisherboy. Uploaded on February 08, 2010

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from idduckhntr wrote 4 years 9 weeks ago

Try the Cabelas ice glove or the UnderArmour Cold Gear.

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from huntnow wrote 4 years 9 weeks ago

i like to use a liner glove like the underarmour that is thin and an outer glove that is gore-tex or some other waterproof and about 40 gram thinsulate. this is for hunting, might be a little cumbersome for tying fishing line.

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from Bryan01 wrote 4 years 9 weeks ago

When it's extremely cold out, I like to use the air-activated handwarmers.

I always keep a couple of spare packages in my coat.

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from kyle wrote 4 years 9 weeks ago

I use the "ICEARMOR" Man these things are warm, use them for snowmobiling all the time, shovling so and what not.

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from J4huntfish wrote 4 years 9 weeks ago

ice armor mittens warmest things everalso dont buy those heat packets get a zippo handwarmer they use lighter fluid and outlast most paackets. the scent of the lighter fluid did not bother the deer when i was hunting

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from Drew Steven Knoop wrote 4 years 9 weeks ago

ice armor all the way two seasons and I love them.!!!

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from ckwill174 wrote 4 years 9 weeks ago

I agree with all the boys at the top...Icearmor are great gloves...

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from TheEasternShore... wrote 4 years 9 weeks ago

mittens are warmest. i would use them while sitting still then shoot bare handed for 30 seconds.

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from wildcaller11 wrote 4 years 9 weeks ago

liner gloves with an hand warmer poutch thing works wonders for keeping my hands warm

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from firehawk532 wrote 4 years 9 weeks ago

I like thin gloves so I put 2 pair inside of each other and this layer affect works very well and then I don't have the big thick, bulky, clumsy gloves that make it harder to work with and if they are to thick then you have issues getting your finger in your trigger guard.

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from johnycakes wrote 4 years 9 weeks ago

UA liners are the way to go. I usually wear the liner with a medium weight glove.

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from mr.grouse wrote 4 years 9 weeks ago

they dont make em.

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from Ontario Honker ... wrote 4 years 9 weeks ago

Fisherboy, please only ask your questions once. Multiple posts of essentially the same question by the same author are becoming a major gripe on this site. See the good answer I posted on this question the second time around.

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from bigjake wrote 4 years 9 weeks ago

I agree with Easternshore, a good quality wool mitten with a leather mitt over top is very warm.

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from Jeff Bowers wrote 4 years 9 weeks ago

I used a layer effect. First, a pair of those thin polypropylene glove liners. Over those a pair of half-finger ragg wool gloves with the pull-over mitten covers. You can tug those over to do your hooks. When it got extremely cold, I have the Outdoor research covers that go up to the elbow. This rig worked in -60 to -80.

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from VAturkeyaddict wrote 4 years 1 week ago

I hunt in VA, so sometimes it get colder than expected, when were hunting in snoww, i have a cheap pair of turkey gloves, like real thin ones, then i have bow hunter gloves on the have fleece on the utside anda heeat lining on the inside got this combo from dicks for like 15bucks!. Worth all the money!

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from wildcaller11 wrote 4 years 9 weeks ago

liner gloves with an hand warmer poutch thing works wonders for keeping my hands warm

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from kyle wrote 4 years 9 weeks ago

I use the "ICEARMOR" Man these things are warm, use them for snowmobiling all the time, shovling so and what not.

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from ckwill174 wrote 4 years 9 weeks ago

I agree with all the boys at the top...Icearmor are great gloves...

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from TheEasternShore... wrote 4 years 9 weeks ago

mittens are warmest. i would use them while sitting still then shoot bare handed for 30 seconds.

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from bigjake wrote 4 years 9 weeks ago

I agree with Easternshore, a good quality wool mitten with a leather mitt over top is very warm.

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from idduckhntr wrote 4 years 9 weeks ago

Try the Cabelas ice glove or the UnderArmour Cold Gear.

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from huntnow wrote 4 years 9 weeks ago

i like to use a liner glove like the underarmour that is thin and an outer glove that is gore-tex or some other waterproof and about 40 gram thinsulate. this is for hunting, might be a little cumbersome for tying fishing line.

+1 Good Comment? | | Report
from Bryan01 wrote 4 years 9 weeks ago

When it's extremely cold out, I like to use the air-activated handwarmers.

I always keep a couple of spare packages in my coat.

+1 Good Comment? | | Report
from Drew Steven Knoop wrote 4 years 9 weeks ago

ice armor all the way two seasons and I love them.!!!

+1 Good Comment? | | Report
from firehawk532 wrote 4 years 9 weeks ago

I like thin gloves so I put 2 pair inside of each other and this layer affect works very well and then I don't have the big thick, bulky, clumsy gloves that make it harder to work with and if they are to thick then you have issues getting your finger in your trigger guard.

+1 Good Comment? | | Report
from johnycakes wrote 4 years 9 weeks ago

UA liners are the way to go. I usually wear the liner with a medium weight glove.

+1 Good Comment? | | Report
from VAturkeyaddict wrote 4 years 1 week ago

I hunt in VA, so sometimes it get colder than expected, when were hunting in snoww, i have a cheap pair of turkey gloves, like real thin ones, then i have bow hunter gloves on the have fleece on the utside anda heeat lining on the inside got this combo from dicks for like 15bucks!. Worth all the money!

+1 Good Comment? | | Report
from J4huntfish wrote 4 years 9 weeks ago

ice armor mittens warmest things everalso dont buy those heat packets get a zippo handwarmer they use lighter fluid and outlast most paackets. the scent of the lighter fluid did not bother the deer when i was hunting

0 Good Comment? | | Report
from Ontario Honker ... wrote 4 years 9 weeks ago

Fisherboy, please only ask your questions once. Multiple posts of essentially the same question by the same author are becoming a major gripe on this site. See the good answer I posted on this question the second time around.

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from Jeff Bowers wrote 4 years 9 weeks ago

I used a layer effect. First, a pair of those thin polypropylene glove liners. Over those a pair of half-finger ragg wool gloves with the pull-over mitten covers. You can tug those over to do your hooks. When it got extremely cold, I have the Outdoor research covers that go up to the elbow. This rig worked in -60 to -80.

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from mr.grouse wrote 4 years 9 weeks ago

they dont make em.

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