Catalyst Soft Shell Glove
2-Layer Silent Soft Shell
Catalyst Soft Shell Glove Details
- Next to Skin
- Exclusive 37.5 Active Particle Technology for maintaining optimal warmth
- DWR finish
- Articulated construction for maximum dexterity
- Suede thumb nose wipe
- Webbing loop for upright hanging
- Side-release wrist clips
How It's Built
- Material: 2-Layer SoftShell
- Primary Uses:
- Spot & Stalk
- Tree Stand
- Weight: 3oz.
Where to Use
These gloves are a good glove and love the fact they use the catalyst softshell material. However, they run small and you cannot wear a liner underneath. They are a decently warm glove.
I'm in the middle of the large size band on circumference around the knuckles on the size chart. I bought a large and I have to force my hand past the cuff on these gloves. I tried putting them on with the thumb hole wick top and it was almost too tight to get my hand in. Also these are not cold weather gloves.
These gloves are just as fantastic as the Catalyst jacket with the same breathability, yet warmth and comfort while still being rain/snow resistant. I'm glad I read the reviews first regarding fit as they do run small. Using the provided sizing chart put me between a M and L, causing me to go with a L and they are snug but not unforatable and I sill have full function of my hands. Pro tip: go with the Talus fingerless gloves as a hand base layer if you will and throw these on top for when it gets really cold. You'll thank me later.
This glove is great for early to mid fall hunting. I found it the perfect glove out chasing Pronghorn in October in CO. It was a bit light for a November westslope deer hunt
This is almost the glove I’ve been waiting for. Weatherproofing is excellent and sheds water like a duck’s back. They do well keeping hands comfortable down close to freezing which works well for keeping bow-in-hand during the rut. As a tree stand hunter I personally feel leather on a glove is overkill as it sacrifices dexterity, feel, and warmth. Having said that, if I primary hunted out west I’d want the durability of leather on a glove. I ended up treating the leather making it more pliable with a noticeable improvement in dexterity, feel and fitment. Size runs small, recommend going up a full size.