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    Sealskinz gloves or something else.

    Ok I got a pair og Deerhunter Almati and thought they should be my winter gloves. But last couple of days I have been hunting here in Denmark in 0 degrees and after sitting still for some time my fingertips feel like ice. So apparently not a winter glove, more like a "fall glove"

    I need something new for when it drops down to -10 and the snow comes. I have looked at Sealskinz Hunting glove and Sealskinz Winter glove. Also looked at Deerhunter Rusky gloves. Can anyone help?

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    I have the sealskins hunter glove and they are excellent ! I used them in northern Canada in up to -45 and they work great
    There are no perfect men in this world ..... Only perfect intentions

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    I have a pair of the seal skin hunters as well and really like them .. the only
    downside I'd say is that they are very difficult to get on if your hands are
    already damp or wet.

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    Like the seals too wish the thumb could pop out as well as the trigger finger though !
    ​norma

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    I have the Seal Skinz shooting gloves and cannot recommend them even slightly. The trigger fingers on both hands (they don't do right or left handed pairs) freeze when it gets even slightly cold as they have no insulation in those fingers? Surely the trigger finger is the one finger that needs to be kept warm if you want any feeling in it when it comes to taking a shot? Utter rubbish design IMO. I only bought them after recommendations on here but will sell them as soon as I get something better which I doubt will be too hard.
    Baguio

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    I also have bad experince with trigger fingers in winter. The trigger finger gets too cold. But the Sealskin hunting glove looks to be good. Its between that and Deerhunter Rusky I think.

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    Quote Originally Posted by baguio View Post
    I have the Seal Skinz shooting gloves and cannot recommend them even slightly. The trigger fingers on both hands (they don't do right or left handed pairs) freeze when it gets even slightly cold as they have no insulation in those fingers? Surely the trigger finger is the one finger that needs to be kept warm if you want any feeling in it when it comes to taking a shot? Utter rubbish design IMO. I only bought them after recommendations on here but will sell them as soon as I get something better which I doubt will be too hard.
    Baguio
    +1 good glove but bad desighn not very warm trigger finger thing is pants get a set without the peel back fingers may be warmer but not a winter glove still in one peace after a month so doing better than gloves i have purchased before that fell to bits in a matter of weeks costing over 50notes

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    I've got some neoprene gloves that I thought would be the perfect solution, but they're by no means the best in really cold temperatures. Perhaps some mittens might be an idea? Keep your trigger finger warm until you need to use it. Lowe Alpine do a great insulated goretex mitt.

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    Got the seaskin mittens, keep the hands and fingers toasty until its time to take the shot, flip back the thumb and mitt which has magnetic fastening so no noise. I can highly recommend them!!!


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