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What would you guys recommend for a pair of good quality heavy duty winter gloves.

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  • allegnmtn
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    For stand hunting and ice fishing, I think a pair of glomitts pis the only way to go. I got a pair from Cabellas 6 years ago and they are still going strong. If your slip a hand warmer in each, you're good to go all day. I have a pair of lightweight goretex lined gloves made by Manzella I wear a lot when moving. Hunting on those 40 degree rainy days is much easier with a decent pair of gloves that keep your hands dry.

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  • RockySquirrel
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    I have different ones for different jobs. For hunting a stalking I line plain wool military inserts. But they wear easily and are getting harder to find. I keep leather work and winter gloves I’m the truck for emergencies. I find if you keep your core warm with good undergarments and wool, your gloves don’t have to be so thick.

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  • jhjimbo
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    ArcticShield makes a good glove system, liner and outer with finger opening. They also have insulated over-boot booties that keep the feet toasty.

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  • 1Browning2
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    Cabelas makes some excellent heavy mittens. I have a pair of camo mittens with a removable black liner glove. Keeps me warm. Almost too warm to the point I want to take them off!

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  • Gary Devine
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    Dallas, I like my Browning camouflage gloves.
    They are warm and water proof.
    I wore them in central Saskatchewan while hunting deer.
    It was below zero with freezing winds and my hands were warm as toast.

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