Guide Lite Touch Glove
Lightweight Breathable Stretch Nylon
Guide Lite Touch Glove Details
- Next to Skin
- Exclusive 37.5 Active Particle Technology
- Exhausts moisture and maintains core body temperature
- Traps odors (human signature) and releases them when laundered
- 37.5 stretch nylon back
- Printed Ax Suede palm
- Conductive thumb and index fingertips for use with touchscreen GPS or phone
- Webbing loop for upright hanging
How It's Built
- Material: Stretch Nylon
- Primary Uses:
- Spot & Stalk
- Tree Stand
- Weight: 1.3oz.
Where to Use
- Temperature Range:
- 60F - 80F
- Above 80F
Before I even tried them on I knew they were exactly what I was looking for. They fit perfectly as I like something that isn't too thick and don't have a sense of feel. I will definitely be using these for the fall run of striper fishing as well!
I bow hunt most all season, this glove has been great. doesn't get in the way of my release and can feel the trigger just fine. I got them more for camo on my hands, found myself wearing them anytime in the tree. Hands stayed warm down to the lower 30's, Not to hot in warmer days either.
great early season warm weather gloves. I got them for me early season elk hunt and the performance was out standing. From 32 degrees morning to 93 degrees evening hunts. The finger screen touch puts it over the top. Never had to take them off to use my on x maps on my phone. Lastly they are very durable. Used them everyday of a 16 day elk hunt and my early season deer. No rips no issues. If a person likes a tight glove go a size down. I normally wear size xl but i went with a large and it fit prefect.
These were perfect for a hot September elk hunt in Colorado. Fit perfectly and zero issues using my phone and gps with them on. A perfect addition to my ever growing kit!
Very lightweight. Good mobility. Solid glove.
Picked this up because of the touch screen abilities, works awesome. I purchased the large and they fit very well, the fingers are the perfect length and size for my man sized hands. Very light weight and seem durable, to be put to the full test this fall. These are the perfect addition to my fall archery elk kit.
These were great to have during archery season as I could easily knock and arrow without having to take them off. I HIGHLY recommend pairing these with the brooks down gloves for glassing during late season elk. The combination will keep your hands nice a warm while surveying and when you need more dexterity you still have on a nice thin layer.
Impressed with how well these gloves have held up during archery season mid August to late September. Keep the chill off your hands while providing quite a bit of dexterity. I enjoy how thin they are allowing you to feel your release in your hand and make sure you’re anchoring correctly.
I left a 4 because of the fit - they ran a bit small from what I was expecting. Cuffs make it difficult to get on and off. If they are wet it makes it that much more difficult.
Other than that a great piece of equipment.
Gloves are nice and tight. The fabric is thin enough to give feeling of what you’re touching, but do provide some slight warmth. The touch screen function works perfectly. I’ve shot my bow 30+ times wearing these gloves and they work great. I gave these 4 stars instead of 5 because of the cuff. The cuff is tight and it takes a little effort to get the gloves on. Once they’re on, they’re perfect. Giving the cuff some flex would make this a 5 star product.
Honestly the gloves work great for what they are intended. Used for spring turkey season in Michigan and they were fine for temps between 30-60. I am not one to normally wear gloves unless its really cold, but that may change. The one con on these gloves is their touch screen usage I usable, but not like bare hands. Have practiced with my bow also and they worked great for that.