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Old 11-23-2011, 10:52 AM
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ok guys ,, who got the best glovers
I 'am so tired of a thick pair to ride the 4-wheeler to the stand's and then , a thin pair for the hunt ( one I can pull the trigger with )
what do you have or use ????
thanks w/t
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ok guys ,, who got the best glovers
I 'am so tired of a thick pair to ride the 4-wheeler to the stand's and then , a thin pair for the hunt ( one I can pull the trigger with )
what do you have or use ????
thanks w/t
I use 2 pair. Thick and warm for hand protection with a pair of Hyflex Lites underneath, made by Ansell. Pull off the thick one when it's time to "blow away one of God's little woodland creatures".
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I wear a pair of Nomex gloves in the stand. On cold days, I take a fleece hand muff with a hand warmer in it.
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