Im just curious what you guys think are the best cold weather gloves for bowhunting. Its easy to find bulky warm gloves...but what about warm gloves that are thin enough that allow you to feel your bow and release?
I only carry a thin pair with fleece on top and leather on the palm side. I seldom wear gloves at all as I like to feel my bow and release trigger. I usually just hold a hand warmer while on stand and throw it in my pocket when I need to reach for my bow. The thin glove "liners" by Manzella are also nice to use.
Can't beat the Arctic Shield System gloves. You get a pair of light gloves and a set of mittens that covers them. If you need to do any of those weefiddly jobs, just flip the mittens back to expose your fingers in the light glove.
Very warm and flexible.
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