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
- Cut: Accessory
- Primary Uses:
- Spot & Stalk
- Tree Stand
Where to Use
- Pacific Northwest
- Temperature Ranges:
- 20F - 45F
- 45F - 60F
- 60F - 80F
- Above 80F
Bought a pair last year and absolutely loved them. Bought a second pair this year and I'm really disappointed in the changes they've made. The new gloves are much thinner and the sizing is much smaller. Also, the cuffs are much longer which makes wearing them with my watch uncomfortable. Definitely won't be getting another pair.
Great glove! Keeps your hands warm while not affecting your dexterity. I took one star from the overall rating because the cross stitching on the inner-finger where two fingers connect creates a hot spot that rubbed the webbing of my fingers raw after wearing for about 18 hours in cold dry conditions. I'd recommend going a size larger than you normally would to avoid this; which is what I'm going to experiment with next. No need to worry about play in the fingers on sizing up because... (you guessed it) They're fingerless!
Great to keep your fingertips useable and in cool weather. Bring another layer for cold temps and then it's a great combo.
I will be using these for early season as well as late, as they can be layered under other gloves. I usually have my hands in my jacket pockets or hand muff for warmth & sometimes it gets way to hot for insulated gloves, these are a good combination of breath-ability and warmth. As for the fit, stick to the sizing chart, id say I have decent sized hands & the medium fit pretty snug.
Really like these gloves. 6’1”, 175lbs. Long, thin hands. Followed the size guide and came up with small. Granted the fingers would not construct, but I was still not comfortable with that idea. Ordered size M. They are still too tight in the palm area. My wife likes them and they fit her, so I will keep them and order L for myself.
If you have normal hands, you can probably trust the size guide more.