Extreme Gear Bison Gloves
Extreme Gear Bison Gloves
Extreme Gear Bison Gloves
Extreme Gear Bison Down Gloves (Brown or Black) Bison Gear The Buffalo Wool Co.
Extreme Gear Bison Down Gloves (Brown or Black) Bison Gear The Buffalo Wool Co.

Extreme Gear Bison Gloves

Regular price$ 105.00

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  • Made in the USA
  • Base Yarn Composition: 90% American bison down / 10% Nylon
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  • In-stock orders placed before 10 AM CST Mon-Fri will ship same day.

When you need more protection, our full fingered bison down gloves are lightweight, warm and durable. Stay warm and comfortable under the harshest circumstances. Combed from the insulating, downy undercoat of the American Bison, until you put these on, it's hard to believe their ultra-soft comfort and lightweight warmth. Bison Down is harvested from buffalo in Colorado and South Dakota then finely knit for maximum warmth with minimum bulk.

These gloves are so lightweight that they are only 1.5 oz per glove. These gloves are durable, absorb moisture without feeling damp, and retain body heat well. Bison fiber has no lanolin, which many people are allergic to. Machine washable.

Satisfaction Guaranteed: NO FINE PRINT! If you don't truly love them, send them back. 100% money back. These are expensive gloves, and if they don't work for you for whatever reason, you shouldn't be stuck with them.  We have been selling these for over seven years now, at hunting shows, and fishing events across the country, and have made this promise to everyone we have ever sold a pair to. - Ron Miskin.

Glove Sizing

To find your glove size, measure (in inches) around your hand with a tape measure, at the place indicated by the red line (just below your knuckles) to the widest part of your palm on your pinky finger side. It is recommended that you should use your dominant hand. Size in inches is for both male and female.

Hand Size Hand Measurement

5.5" - 6.5"


6.5" - 7.5"


7.5" - 8.5"


8.5" - 9.5"

Download Sizing Guide (pdf)

Material Composition

Here at The Buffalo Wool Co., our yarn bases for all our gear is (and will always be) natural fibers. This means that the internal structure of your socks (the parts that touch your skin) will be made from bison fiber, merino wool, mulberry silk, and other 100% natural fibers.

The overall composition (the parts that touch your skin plus everything else) will include other materials like nylon or polyester. This is done to make the sock more durable and ensure that your socks work (and play) as hard as you do.

Yarn Base Composition

90% American bison down / 10% Nylon

Overall Composition

Guide to fiber composition

Customer Reviews

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Customer Reviews

Based on 294 reviews
Leigh D. (Seattle, US)
Warm and functional!

I use these gloves on the morning dog walks. I love having access to my fingers to do pickups and training treats. I live in the Pacific Nw and wet hands are cold hands. Not with these gloves! The gloves get damp but not my hands. Highly recommend.

N D. (Danvers, US)
These gloves are warm

These gloves keep my hands very warm. I walk my dog for up to one hour in 20 degree weather. I am surprised that my hands stay warm. I was wearing leather gloves with a liner in the past and my fingers would go numb. But not with these. This is another great purchase.

Elizabeth I.S. (Jackson, US)
Warm and comfortable

These gloves are warm and comfortable and the service department was very accommodating when I had ordered the wrong size to exchange for a correct size

A+ for product and service

Debra F. (West Chester, US)
Husband loves these

When hubby bought his first pair, I thought he was crazy, because who wears gloves without fingers? He swore they were warmer than all his other gloves and he still had the dexterity he wanted. Several years and hard wear later I thought he could use a new pair. They wash well and are very warm. Because I j couldn’t leave well enough alone, I also bought him a pair with the fingers in. Just in case. ;)


They really do live up to the hype! They fit perfectly for me, and they are so soft. I have to be careful with materials because I have extremely sensitive skin, and these gloves DO NOT give me any skin reactions. :)

margaret m. (Monument, US)
wooly warm

I found these wonderful gloves and we love them. My autistic daughter lost a pair and I will order more. We are sold

Brek B. (Imperial, US)
More American than Apple Pie!

Ordered my Extreme Gear Bison Gloves in early December using the sizing guide which worked very well.

My hands have been warm ever since, yesterday at 15 degrees with a stiff breeze I did start to feel the cold but nothing extreme. This morning at -6 degrees I added a thin nylon shell and was good to go. These gloves were a little pricey but having had them for a month now I wouldn’t change a thing.

Really enjoy the periodic e-mail from the BWC folks and wish them the best in the New Year.

Heather E. (Pittsburgh, US)
Extreme bison glove❤️❤️❤️!

My family are full time beef cattle farmers. Originally I purchased 2 pair, 1for my husband and 1for his dad. They love them! My husband said that even if his hands get wet when he is working his hands stay warm! So this Christmas I purchased 4 more pairs for my mom, dad, daughter and her boyfriend. They all work on the farms. My mom reported that my dad loves his gloves and really appreciated getting them. They are expensive, but I view it as an investment in my family’s health and security while that are working 7days/wk 365 days a year.
Super glad I found your company and products!

S&D Spinning Mill, Millbury, MA, USA

Designed from the Ground Up

The Dearnley Family has been running S & D Spinning since the 1800s. This is one of the last large scale wool mills left in the U.S. and they are absolutely crucial to us keeping our production here in the U.S.

Read more about how we spin our American bison yarns

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