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Recommendations on gauntlet gloves..

Looking to get a pair (or two) of shoulder length gloves for bottom edge mink trapping.. I'm not a water trapper. I have not handled any of these types of gloves.. Anybody have any recommendations. Just want to buy the right thing the first time here... Thanks in advance

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Re: Recommendations on gauntlet gloves..

Im not really much of a water trapper but i did just get a pair at Harbor Freight that were $6 and seem alright to me

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Re: Recommendations on gauntlet gloves..

i just got the gripper gauntlets from f&t and not a big fan of them. there way to stiff hope they ware in some kinda hard to set traps in them.
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Re: Recommendations on gauntlet gloves..

The $6 ones at harbor freight.. Were they shoulder length? I'm assuming they are not insulated??

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Re: Recommendations on gauntlet gloves..

I have the bemac insulated gauntlets from mtp. I use them for beaver trapping. They are shoulder length with a strap that goes over your neck. Hands never get cold.

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Re: Recommendations on gauntlet gloves..

I think I've tried almost all of them. The bemac insulated ones are pretty good, IMO.
I haven't used gauntlets at all this year during rat and mink season, been lucky with the weather, but when it gets down to about 15 degrees, my hands start going numb.
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Re: Recommendations on gauntlet gloves..

I would like to see somebody make a pair of neoropreme gloves, my hands are small and the gloves available today are way to big for my hands.
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