Gloves

Napperm4

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Kuiu, Axis for warmer weather, Yukon pro for colder weather.

Both have kept me warm and dry in rain, sleet and snow. I wear my axis for ice fishing gloves.
 

mlgc20

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I have the Kuiu Yukon Pros. They are outstanding. Only thing is the velcro closure. If you are someone who takes their gloves off a lot, then you may want to look at the Kuiu Expedition glove. Basically the same thing as the Yukon Pro, but with a more flexible cuff that is easier to take off.
 

Napperm4

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I have the Kuiu Yukon Pros. They are outstanding. Only thing is the velcro closure. If you are someone who takes their gloves off a lot, then you may want to look at the Kuiu Expedition glove. Basically the same thing as the Yukon Pro, but with a more flexible cuff that is easier to take off.
The expedition are a lot heavier insulation over the Yukon pro. Great if you have cold hands, not so great if you shoot a rifle with a tight trigger guard.

The Yukon pros I can wear and still get in the small trigger guard I have on a custom tikka. The expedition gloves I have to take off.
 

KineKilla

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Any thoughts on the Super Down Glomitt vs. NorthStar Glomitt? My hands get very cold easily and the glomitt's seem to be recommended.
 

npm352

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I have had a hard time with "waterproof" gloves not being waterproof, so I have settled on wool army surplus. They keep my hands warm, even when wet on winter lion hunts.
 

thinhorn_AK

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I just keep a pair of waterproof shell mittens in the top pocket of my pack or in a jacket pocket then wear whatever sort of gloves I want to keep my hands warm when it’s not raining.
 

TButtars

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I run a pair of klim gtx. They do not leak!! but they won’t match your favorite Camo pattern haha
 

Texasbuckeye

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The Kuiu glommits are good, but not waterproof, at least i haven’t tried them in that kind of weather.
I bought a pair of black axis gloves as liners and glommits to go over top. Unfortunately I never really had to try the set This past season. I would alternate multiple set ups through the season and take on and off a lot due to the phone use. I found the axis gloves didn’t transfer my finger heat to the phone, so that was a bummer. But still like the gloves.
 
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