Talus Fingerless Merino Glove
Woven Midweight Merino
Talus Fingerless Merino Glove Details
- Merino Wool Glove
- Shortened index finger for trigger and release compatibility
- Seamless knit construction
- Single-layer, 3in cuff for added warmth and release compatibility
- Warm whether dry or wet
How It's Built
- Material: 100% Merino Wool
- Primary Uses:
- Spot & Stalk
- Tree Stand
- Weight: 2oz.
Where to Use
- Pacific Northwest
- Temperature Ranges:
- 20F - 45F
- 45F - 60F
These gloves are absolutely outstanding. I used them this year through shotgun and duck season. They keep the capillaries on the top of your hand warm which in turn keeps your fingertips warm, even when they get wet which is essential when duck hunting. I actually had to lend them to my buddy on one duck hunt because his hands got wet in 20 degree weather with 25 MPH winds, he got to the point of his hands were white and he was starting to get sick to his stomach. I told him to put the gloves on and put them inside his wader hand warmer pocket, which was actually soaking wet. After about 30 mins the color came back to his finger tips and he started to regain feeling in his hands, I had him keep the gloves on for the boat ride back to the ramp and most of the ride home until his hands did not hurt anymore and all the color came back to his finger tips. Needless to say he is now a believer in merino wool and will be buying a pair of these gloves for next year! An absolutely amazing yet simple product that keeps you in the field longer and allows you to hunt harder while keeping dexterity in your finger tips.
The gloves to run slightly small so I will be ordering another pair in Medium as the Small fits but is slightly snug.
These gloves are great. I used the sizing chart and ordered a small. They fit very snug. I also ordered the conifer color and it is much lighter than expected. The gloves are a light tan color as opposed to the darker brown color in the picture online. Other than that these gloves are amazing. Very warm
Way better than my tattered army surplus numbers. The fit is definitely snug so if you're hesitating do go up a size.
Nice gloves. So far i like them a lot. Will see how they hold up over time. Fit very well. Have worn for hours on end and there was no discomfort etc.
My husband works on our farm in very cold weather, but hates to wear gloves because they get in his way opening gates, using tools, etc. I took a shot in the dark and got these for him as a Christmas gift. He wore them outside that day to break the ice in our cattle's water and he was amazed that when they got wet his hands were still warm. The next day he wore them out and while his finger tips did get very cold, the rest of his hand was not at all. We will buy more of these gloves for him and the other farmers in our family. Definitely recommend.
I’ve used these over the past several years. Fist of all, they’ve held up great! A few minor cosmetic nicks in the wool, but as to be expected, with no holes and zero loss of functionality. The talus gloves just live in my hunting bag; where I go, they go. I used to not wear gloves bow hunting, or any hunting because I like to keep the dexterity of my fingertips (thank you hot hands packs). After getting these I’ve realized I had been doing it wrong. I’ve worn these down to 20 deg, and while my finger tips may have been a little chilly the rest of my hands were warm. These are a lot warmer than they look, fit great, and are super comfortable. I’ve gotten them wet in rain and snow and my hands were still warm... no surprise, as they do what merino does. After some of the reviews said they fit tight, I ordered an XL, when I usually wear a large. The XL fits me perfectly. Overall, I highly recommend these! I wear them all over the country for casual wear, hunting, scouting, setting up stands, using the tree climber, name it. Just a great product!
Perfect gloves in moderate temperatures when you don't need your hands to be extremely warm and you still want to use your fingers.
I have used these this year from Nebraska to the SE US, in temps ranging from 10 to 40 degrees F. These wont be the only glove you need but when your hands are out of a jacket pocket or handwarmer muff while preparing to draw, these keep your hands warm enough to get the job done.
Great gloves for activities in cold weather. Allows use of touch screen electronics with out removing gloves. The wool is soft and warm even when damp. Used for hunting and boating.