Talus Fingerless Merino Glove – First Lite Performance Hunting
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Talus Fingerless Merino Glove
Talus Fingerless Merino Glove
Talus Fingerless Merino Glove
Talus Fingerless Merino Glove
Talus Fingerless Merino Glove
Talus Fingerless Merino Glove
Talus Fingerless Merino Glove
Talus Fingerless Merino Glove
Talus Fingerless Merino Glove
Talus Fingerless Merino Glove
Talus Fingerless Merino Glove
Talus Fingerless Merino Glove
Talus Fingerless Merino Glove
Talus Fingerless Merino Glove

Talus Fingerless Merino Glove

Woven Midweight Merino

$20.00

Color/PatternDry Earth

Simple, seamless, fingerless gloves made from Merino Wool for all of your pursuits. Thanks to Merino, these gloves will keep your hands warm even when soaking wet and offer fantastic insulation where your hands need it most.

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Talus Fingerless Merino Glove Details

Layering Position

  • Merino Wool Glove

Features:

  • 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
    • Waterfowl
    • Upland
    • Fishing
    • Lifestyle

Where to Use

  • Regions:
    • Intermountain/Rockies
    • Southwest
    • Midwest
    • Northeast
    • BC/Alaska
    • Pacific Northwest
    • Southeast
  • Temperature Ranges:
    • 20F - 45F
    • 45F - 60F
    • 60F - 80F
    • Above 80F

Customer Reviews

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M.B.
Fit:
Product Size: M
Height: 6
Weight: 195
Fit Comments: Normal size paw
Location: Northeast
Primary Use: Deer, duck and every day
Love these - waited a year for back order

They are running small this batch. I ordered medium last year. This year the medium is too snug began to cut circulation. I know they will stretch in time.

A
A.
Fit:
Product Size: S
Height: 5’5”
Weight: 140
Location: Woods
Perfect Glove

These gloves are perfect from mid bow season, layering late season, and those cooler turkey days.

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P.
Fit:
Product Size: L
Height: 6'3"
Weight: 210
Location: From Montana to Texas and everywhere in between
Primary Use: Hunting
DEXTERITY AS GOOD AS YOUR OWN FINGERS!!!

For those of you who know just how frustrating lacing up boots, checking your GPS, or just trying to pull the trigger in gloves can be, then you need the Talus Fingerless Gloves! The Talus Fingerless Gloves are to your hands what a vest is to your upper body... the perfect amount of warmth without the bulk of a full layer. These gloves allow your hands to stay warm without sacrificing the dexterity of your own digits. No more on again, off again, only to lose a glove in the back country! You can wear these merino gloves 24-7, and in the event of some serious weather use them as a liner. I've hunted these gloves in the back country for archery and rifle seasons from September to October and continued using them well into the very frigid duck season. As a matter of a fact, I'm going to buy another pair right now for a backup pair!

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L.
Fit:
Product Size: L
Height: 5’ 11”
Weight: 185
Location: Fishing then hunting
Primary Use: Keeping hands warm
Best gloves I have ever owned

These gloves are great for hunting and fishing. I can’t stand having my fingertips covered when bow hunting. They were awesome for whitetail hunting and elk hunting. Thin enough to wear under warmer gloves for really cold days. They were awesome for steelhead fishing in the winter. Complete game changer for fishing in freezing temps. I have had other will gloves that were not as warm. I think it is due to how tight the stitching is. It doesn’t let as much airflow through.

M
M.
Fit: 3
Product Size: M
Height: 5' 11"
Weight: 190lbs - 200lbs
Location: Minnesota
Primary Use: Tree Stand
Fit Comments: Fit is exactly as described on the fit guide. Use it!
Better than expected!

My goal was to have a mid-weight glove for archery hunting and the versatility of these has filled that niche! First off, the fit is as described by First Lite's sizing guide. Do yourself a favor folks and use the guide. Second, buy a set of liner gloves as well. With the liner gloves you can extend the use of these gloves into colder temperatures. My hands sweat a lot and these alone (or combined with the liner gloves) has done the trick for my hands making them more comfortable afield. As with most merino wear, durability will be a concern if you're using them for uses they weren't designed for like chopping wood, rock climbing and sheet metal fabricating. Other than that, for general archery hunting and ice fishing, these have been the bees' knees!