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Any tips on keeping our hands warm? Neoprene gloves, wool gloves, warming packs just don't work for me.

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  • Jim in Mo
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    Mittens. The kind you can fold back when its time to shoot.

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  • Christian Emter
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    wool because it doesn't let water in. Also try water proof gloves they do an excellent job of keeping your hands warm. I would recomend trying the brand "Hot Fingers" they are water proof and are very warm.

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  • ishawooa
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    The best Goretex thinsulate gloves you can afford or equivalent. We also stuff those little chemical packs into the gloves when the days drop to sub-zero. You can add a small pack to your boots also. Sure makes life more comfortable. Don't forget spares.

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  • Beekeeper
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    I like wool.

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  • Any tips on keeping our hands warm? Neoprene gloves, wool gloves, warming packs just don't work for me.

    Any tips on keeping our hands warm? Neoprene gloves, wool gloves, warming packs just don't work for me.

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