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
Was so excited to try these out that I brought them on a camping trip a few weeks before hunting season. Were great to wear around the 40' campsite while cooking, setting up the tent, and hanging out. Realized when I got home that I had lost them, bummer. Knowing I was happy and still wanted them for hunting season I ordered another pair. They worked great as a liner for my main gloves. Having these on underneath when pulling a glove off to use a GPS, dig through a pack, or just walk around was great. Fit a little snug when new but loosen up with use.
I wore these on my elk hunt in southwest Colorado. I would throw them on in the cold mornings and evenings, they worked perfectly. They keep my hands warm enough while still being able to use my fingers. There was more than once I was concerned they might rip as we chased some elk up and over deadfall and rugged terrain but they don't show any signs of snagging. Thanks again First Lite for a quality product and great customer care.
Great for those cool mornings and evenings. Full use while using my bow. Gloves fit perfect
These gloves are amazing. They fit super well and keep my hands warm. Cant wait to use them as a loner for my briarproof gloves as extra insulation. Plus they are super solid. No more cutting fingers out of gloves for me. I'll just order another pair of these.
The perfect glove for archery season. Warmth you need in the morning while keeping the dexterity needed to grab reeds, calls and feel your release trigger.
These gloves have a perfect fit, and allow me to wear my leather glove in combination with these gloves for shooting my longbow. They're a touch warm for early whitetails in the midwest, but after the first frost through the end of the season they are great. I will occasionally wear my aerowool liner gloves under them if i want to completely cover all of my fingers if need be. Good dexterity due to the fingerless design but still plenty warm. Great for trad shooters and gun hunting, and I'm sure for compound shooters as well.
Was just hunting elk in Colorado and a winter storm hit, got a mix of rain and snow the one day I was soaked head to toe it was just over 32 degrees out. These gloves were saturated but my hands didn’t get cold I was very impressed good glove held up well, would recommend to anyone.
I like these gloves, they are a great item for those times you need a little something but not the whole thing. I'm surprised that they have held up as well as they have. I have not ripped or torn anything yet after almost a year.
Fits great feels comfortable. A little worried about how slick my bow feels in my hand. Looks lime I’ll find out.
I’m doing a lot of upland hunting this year and stand hunting whitetails. I personally don’t wear any gloves while bird hunting with my collar system running through my phone so these glove are going to be perfect for chasing those cold weather birds.