Alpine Cold Weather Glove
Waterproof with Wool Liner
Alpine Cold Weather Glove Details
- Insulated Glove
- Exclusive 37.5 Active Particle Technology
- DWR (durable water repellent) finish
- Waterproof insert
- Water-resistant zipper
- Suede thumb nose wipe
- Webbing loop for upright hanging
- Articulated fit for maximum dexterity
How It's Built
- Material: Shearling Wool
- Primary Uses:
- Spot & Stalk
- Tree Stand
- Weight: 6.6oz.
Where to Use
- Temperature Range:
- Below 20F
- 20F - 45F
These gloves are just the thing. Slip on and off easily. Great fit when on. As someone who hates cold hands these are the best gloves I’ve owned.
About time I found a pair of gloves to keep my hands warm in extreme cold sits,got them just in time for my North Dakota mule hunt I knew the temps was gonna be in single digits and during my trip on a few days,little bulky for bow and I can see we’re the fingers might be bulky for trigger in the trigger guard ,but I made it happen hands didn’t get cold and did have my fingerless gloves on,I did get a med. little snug but if I would have went bigger I think would have been way to much bulk.
So I haven’t warn these in the field yet but initial feel is that these will be warm. They have great dexterity for the size and insulation. I recently purchase a pair of Sitka gloves that were more money and had my hands freeze in 40 degree weather while hunting. But these and you won’t be disappointed.
These are the best cold weather gloves on the market. Soft and extremely warm on the inside, thick durable and water resistant on the outside. I have zero complaints about these gloves
I have been looking for a glove that actually worked and I found it! I have been using them while glassing every day during season 24-30 degrees and wind up to 40 mph. My hands have been really warm no matter the conditions. These things weigh nothing it’s definitely worth throwing in your pack. I ordered a large even though I am a med in most gloves and they slip on and off great. You can pull the trigger with them on too since your fingers aren’t frozen. Overall I’m happy and will be taking them on any hunt under 40 degrees.