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    Re: Warmest Gloves?

    Ice Armor make fantastic gloves.



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    Re: Warmest Gloves?

    I see they make a mitten with an absorbent pad on the back to soak up your snot now. Needed a pair of those when I was a kid.


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    Re: Warmest Gloves?

    Quote Originally Posted by ISU_phoria View Post
    I also have a pair of gloves by Head that I got at Costco. They are warmer than any hunting gloves I'v ever had and they have a pocket on the back of the hand to hold a hand warmer. They're pretty solid overall.
    This. I have a pair of these and love them. The pocket is also a vent so your hands don't get too warm and start to sweat. Sweating is never good when it's cold.



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    Re: Warmest Gloves?

    Quote Originally Posted by Acylum View Post
    I see they make a mitten with an absorbent pad on the back to soak up your snot now. Needed a pair of those when I was a kid.

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    Re: Warmest Gloves?

    This isn't gloves exactly, but I got a pair a couple years ago and they stay nice and toasty for a legitimate 10+ hours. It would be difficult to put them IN your gloves, but you could put them in a coat pockets and then put your hands in your pockets.

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    Re: Warmest Gloves?

    You can find them at Army Surplus stores (Fleet and Farm) but I really like the wool gloves they sell. They seem to make about any gloves I put them in warm.


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    Re: Warmest Gloves?

    I used to do a lot of mountain climbing and winter backpacking. Dachstein (description, not brand name) mittens are by far the best I've ever used. They are woven wool, tight enough that they are virtually windproof. REI, North Face, or other mountaineering supply stores should have them. I've had mine for almost 30 years. Only had to repair where the thumb met the rest of the mitt. No trigger finger, however.

    IMO wool is definitely the way to go regardless of what type of glove you want. They'll retain 90 % of their insulation value, soaking wet.


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    Re: Warmest Gloves?

    Quote Originally Posted by besserheimerphat View Post
    This isn't gloves exactly, but I got a pair a couple years ago and they stay nice and toasty for a legitimate 10+ hours. It would be difficult to put them IN your gloves, but you could put them in a coat pockets and then put your hands in your pockets.

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    You put a lighter in your pocket?!



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    Re: Warmest Gloves?

    I wore these last weekend with good results: Cabela's MT050 Extreme II Glomitts : Cabela's

    I was also wearing liner gloves with them, and used hot hands warmer packs (there is a pouch for them). If you get them, be sure to order a size larger as an XL fit me well with liner gloves, and I dont have large hands.

    Another great option is a handwarmer pouch with light gloves and warmer packs. Both options allow dexterity when needed and warmth for extended time in the cold. They also allow you to read the internets on your smart phone while hunting. Good luck.

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    Re: Warmest Gloves?

    Quote Originally Posted by Storkenheimer View Post
    I wore these last weekend with good results: Cabela's MT050 Extreme II Glomitts : Cabela's

    I was also wearing liner gloves with them, and used hot hands warmer packs (there is a pouch for them). If you get them, be sure to order a size larger as an XL fit me well with liner gloves, and I dont have large hands.

    Another great option is a handwarmer pouch with light gloves and warmer packs. Both options allow dexterity when needed and warmth for extended time in the cold. They also allow you to read the internets on your smart phone while hunting. Good luck.

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