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ALright so how about warm hunting gloves for archery season? I have experimented with a ton of gloves in the past and haven't ever found one that completely stood out. My Hand still get cold fast..... Of Course I use hand warmers but what is everyone else's expierence with cold weather hunting gloves?
 

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Can't find warm gloves at all either. I use thin gloves and a wind/waterproof hand muff and that woks pretty good. Seems like hands sweat even when they are cold and then they just get colder. Thumbs up to a muff though:wink:
 

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I wear a pair of lightweight, cheap gloves with a hand muff. And if you need additional warmth, add a handwarmer in there. From my experience if your hands are cold, you`re not wearing enough clothing. Good luck.

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As a Dealer for Scentblocker and im going to try out there wool liner gloves. I have never had any luck with warm gloves either. I hope these are good.
 

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:thumbs_up on the muff throw some hand warmers in there and you're good to go
 

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nothing beats a warm muff
 

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I use a muff, lightweight gloves, and a bodywarmer. They have never failed me. If you end up getting a muff get a thick thinsulate one that is lined with fleece.
 

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I don't think that a truly warm glove exists. I find it better to wear thin knit gloves and I keep my hands in my pockets with the handwarmers.
 

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under armour gloves and put the hands in my pockets or my muff...I like the muff so that I keep all my calls in it so they dont freeze up if its really cold
 

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I wear a pair of lightweight, cheap gloves with a hand muff. And if you need additional warmth, add a handwarmer in there. From my experience if your hands are cold, you`re not wearing enough clothing. Good luck.

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Exactly, I like the leather mechanic gloves, thin and good dexterity.
 

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yep muff are the way to go. put a couple of hand warmers in there. i wear a thin deer skin glove myself.

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