Warmest Gloves?

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  1. 19210

    19210 Well-Known Member

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    After hunting this past weekend and with me getting older the cold becomes more of a factor.

    So my question to you knowledgeable fanatics is what gloves do you own or have heard of that keep your hands the warmest (especially your fingers)?
     
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    I'm guessing whatever the dudes climbing Everest wear might be pretty warm.
     
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    Except these. Dont buy these.

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    I don't know what brand they are but I have a pair of DeerSkin mittens that I picked up at Theisen's in Ames. My hands were sweating at the Kansas game. By far warmest I have ever worn.

    Also if you are wanting fingered gloves it is really hard to go wrong with any of the ice fishing brands, Frabill, Ice Armour, SnoSuit, etc.
     
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    After watching that show on Discovery a couple years a go that followed that group to the top of Everest and pictures like this is why I have zero interest in trying that.

    They walked by a dude who was still alive but since they are so high and need to preserve their own oxygen they all had to just leave him there to die.
     
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    Yeah, its brutal. But they know it going up. I can think of better ways to go extreme.
     
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    Have you done an amazon search for it? Like the mentioned ice fishing or hunting gloves. Then read the reviews on ones you like. You can get a pretty broad review base.


    The issue with gloves which sucks, is that everyone has a different tolerance for cold in their extremities. My fingers and toes get really cold fast so its hard for me to find good gloves and boots.
     
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    You might try some sort of outer mitten with an internal liner glove. I'm not a fan of mittens, but keeping the fingers together is a way to keep them warmer.

    What setup do you have now? A good liner and some ski gloves would probably be an improvement.
     
  9. MNclone

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    There was a pair of gloves in the Menard's ad this week that has a battery powered heater in them. Not sure if they work, but I give an A for effort.
     
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    Mitttens will be way better for warmth. If you can make them work, you'll be very happy. (bow-hunting, etc.) They obviously won't work for pheasant hunting.

    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.
     
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    Outdoor Research 3 Finger gloves.
     
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    Kinco. Their gloves and mittens are my lifeline in the winter.
     
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    My dad has one of those battery powered heated gloves and he loves them. Not sure where he got them, maybe Bass Pro Shops or Cabela's.
     
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    Thanks everybody! I really appreciate your insight and who better to trust then a bunch of Clone fans!
     
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    Ice Armor make fantastic gloves.
     
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    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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    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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    Genius!
     

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