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    Quote Originally Posted by oaknut View Post
    I have nothing but issues with my hands in the cold. Funny how breaking the bones in your hand a couple times makes them so sensitive. All that said, I hate wearing gloves while hunting.

    I do have a pair of Manzella gloves that are warm to the point of sweating but still quite thin, they work.

    More often I find myself buying bulk packs of the grey or white cotton gloves. They come off quick, don't mark up your gun and are cheap enough to use in place of forgotten butt wipe. If it gets too cold you can stretch on 2 pair and I find that's good enough down to -10. Those gloves also work great for skinning, adds a little bit of grip on the hide and they will protect against a knife like you wouldn't believe.

    If I'm in my blind my hands are usually warmed by a cup of tea. I do have interest in finding one of those muff things that hang by my belly I can just slide my hands into.

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    Try the sheep skin ones from Egli's Sheep farm.
    My daughter bought me one and in extreme cold work great. I still wear mi UA gloves inside..
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    I use mitts that split to allow your fingers to come out. They have a full thin glove on the inside. I find these work best for me. I have them in white camo and in bush camo.

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    http://soldiersystems.net/2013/10/20...-smart-gloves/

    These are the gloves I use for cold weather......pricey yes, but best gloves on the market and everyone that's seen them on me get jealous......lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by huntervinni View Post
    http://soldiersystems.net/2013/10/20...-smart-gloves/

    These are the gloves I use for cold weather......pricey yes, but best gloves on the market and everyone that's seen them on me get jealous......lol
    Promising indeed...looks like they covered most of the complaints I have with finding a good mitt/glove. At $200 a little on the pricey side, but if they hold up and get pro-rated over 10 yrs ...not a bad deal.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MikePal View Post
    Promising indeed...looks like they covered most of the complaints I have with finding a good mitt/glove. At $200 a little on the pricey side, but if they hold up and get pro-rated over 10 yrs ...not a dad deal.
    Mikepal my hands are always cold even in the summer......but you know what they say, cold hands warm heart! I would of paid even $500 to know that I don't need to worry about cold hands anymore. These things are worth their weight in cold. I was recommended these gloves from a guy who used them in the Austrian Army.

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    I too have hand problems swell up in the extreme cold. Not sure if there is a perfect glove out there except maybe the Heat 3 Smarts, they look really awesome.

    I would also recommend checking out the complete Under Armour line up for gloves, reasonably priced. Decent overall offering, not perfect but solid offering.

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    Cabelas has several varieties of Sitka gloves ranging from $100 - $200; just don't know if they are worth it???
    "What calm deer hunter's heart has not skipped a beat when the stillness of a cold November morning is broken by the echoes of hounds tonguing yonder?"

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    Quote Originally Posted by ninepointer View Post
    Cabelas has several varieties of Sitka gloves ranging from $100 - $200; just don't know if they are worth it???
    Not that is a fair way to do it ,but it is part of the business : buy - try- return, if not working out for You.They have a good return policy.

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    Ive struggled with cold fingers for years. Almost gave up snowmobiling years ago because of it. Then found Gerbings heated gloves. I use the battery ones and get over 8 hours on the 25% setting and that was just enough to keep my fingers warm. Expensive but I have 3 pair now, including a camo pair I use for hunting. With 3 sets of batteries I can hunt for a week at my off grid cottage without having to charge batteries as long as I'm conscious of turning them off when not needed.

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