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Cold weather gloves #13747929 10/29/20 01:31 PM
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What is everyone using to keep their hands warm during the cold mornings?

My son is fishing the HS circuit and we're looking for something that is functional but will keep our hands at least kinds warm.

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I wear something like...

https://www.underarmour.com/en-us/p...6.html?start=0&breadCrumbLast=Gloves

I'm a HS captain and know it's going to cold for those HS students. I layer the gloves above on top of my sun gloves and they work. They are not 100% great, but it's better than no protection. They will allow the angler to cast without sacrificing feel.


PS: Take them off before dipping into the water to get a fish.
cheers

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I use a pair of fingerless gloves with a mitten flip-over covering. They’re big and insulated, so they keep me warm, but with the mitt flipped up and back, my fingers are free. Use them in the Rockies when I fly fish in winter too. Got them in Walmart for $5 on clearance a couple years ago.


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fleece lined winter golf gloves like above. try a search, its been on here many times.

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Seirus waterproof with nitrile underneath. Keeping them dry is the key

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Also hand warmers in pockets

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These do nice job and are inexpensive. They will get a little wet but you can shake out most of the water or swap out between pairs.

https://www.basspro.com/shop/en/white-river-fly-shop-fingerless-fleece-gloves

I have these as well and prefer when it's cold and wet.

https://www.basspro.com/shop/en/glacier-glove-alaska-river-fingerless-gloves

Either way I like the finger less style as it's easier to re-tie baits and my finger tips really don't get cold.


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make sure they are breathable.

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glacier gloves suck.

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wool and leather breathe. rubber doesnt.

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Seal skin

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they are the worst

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This is what I do. Buy these in bulk for less than $2 a pair. Cut the tip of the thumb, forefinger, and middle finger out. Fish with them until they start to get damp then throw them in the floor of the boat and change em out. These work as well for me as the more expensive gloves at 1/10 the cost.

https://www.amazon.com/ABC-Pack-Breathable-Protective-Industrial/dp/B07Z3MFTYR/ref=sr_1_6?crid=1ZOHZQ1I593HN&dchild=1&keywords=cotton+jersey+gloves+for+men&qid=1603981082&sprefix=cotten+jersey+gloves%2Caps%2C165&sr=8-6

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curious nobody mentioned the Moritz gloves.

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