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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 01-23-2018, 08:51 PM Thread Starter
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Tacky face WARM gloves?

Looking for an ideally thin liner type glove. 90% of the time I keep my hands in my coat pocket and I'm generally ok. For that 10% I want something warm. I used to do very well with damart glove liners way back when. Have not found anything that is warm that is thin and more importantly..Sticky. when I grab a gun even those ones with trippy dots slide around. It's like having Crisco on your hands. Any ideas out there?...for this i would prob pay a premium for them...a lifetime purchase item up to $75 or so....meaning I should only have to buy once and be set.
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I debating between the KUIU or the Glacier glove. Look into those if you haven't all ready. Might be what you are looking for.
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I like the Kinco foam frost breaker glove. I wear them for work, chores, firewood, and hunting.
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FYI - when I read your post I went online to look up Morris feel gloves. I wasn't sure if they still made them. Well it appears they don't, but they had a pair that were new old stock on eBay for $150.00 ! These were a great thin glove and I'm sure many of you remember them. I think they were made in TN and sold for 10 -15 dollars. I used to buy a pair every year or two whether I needed them or not. As a consequence I still have several pair that are new or next to new.
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I have a pair of under armour gloves and a cheap pair of primos gloves that I use for most hunting situations. I really like glommits for cold weather gun hunting, but I lost one so I've been using that one plus one of the under armour/primos. They aren't all that warm but for 10% of the time and walking around they're perfect. Kinda cut down on sweat while also protecting your hands from the air. If they get wet or sweated though it's game over.
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Don't know if I'd call them "tacky" but these are what I use for late fall open water fishing, waterfowl + other hunting and ice fishing. Have no problems shooting the shotgun with wet gloves or even tying ice jigs on(well my eyes are starting to go as I age).
https://www.sealskinzusa.com/gloves/...olive-grey.htm

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