I try to wear as thin as possible of a glove, i like to have my hand covered so its not a white flash. The thicker the glove, the more it will effect your shot. Unless you practice with the same glove on. If its cold though, you should be able to keep your hand in a pocket and pull it out when it is needed.
I wear a thin Mad Gear glove with a cammo back and leather palm/fingers. They are thin and when the snow flies I change my bow hand glove to a little bit thicker glove and my release hand stays in my pocket. I don't wear a huge golve on my bow hand either so I usually keep them both in my pocket when it is real cold out.
I use thin gloves w/ the release finger tip cut off so I can feel my trigger. I use hand warmers in my pockets when it get cold out. It's amazing how bad your hands stand out when you're in full camo w/ no gloves.. and have to scratch your nose or something.
I go to the army navy and buy the green wool glove liners not to thick that they affect shot but verry warm when needed at about 3.00 a pair they wear out fast I use two pair a season 1 pair for practice 1 pair to hunt with
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