It doesn't matter if you are bow hunting in Iowa, or fishing in Alaska, if you figured the cost for every minute you get to spend out in the field, anything that betters your chances of staying warm and dry is worth it. These fingerless gloves give you the grip you need while affording the flexibility of full use of your fingers.
So we took it one step further and added a pvc dots to the palm of the gloves for that extra grip. Weighing in at just about 2 oz per pair, our “Herdwear” gloves, are the lightweight, surprisingly soft, and seriously strong answer to unprepared wilderness newbies. Clocking in at 6x warmer than wool, these are pro-quality and "buff-tough". The best part, get them wet, they just wick the moisture away from your skin, and keep you warm and comfortable, unlike most man-made fibers, maintain their insulating properties when wet.
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. These fingerless gloves are so lightweight that they are only 1.2 oz per glove. These gloves are durable, absorb moisture without feeling damp, and retain body heat well. Like all of our bison products, 100% guaranteed: either you love em, or we buy em back.
I’m very happy with the comfort and warmth. Using the gloves for hunting in Michigan and they have been great even on cold snowy days. Love the fingerless for hunting and will probably purchase a pair with fingers for other outdoor activities. The pvc dots are also a bonus holding your bow or rifle.
These gloves keep my hands warm enough to keep fishing......BOOM !!!
These gloves worked perfectly this past weekend on a late season South Dakota pheasant hunt. They are very warm and comfortable, and appear to be durable as well. Having my fingers exposed is a necessity for me, and other gloves don't have the warmth that this pair does.
These gloves are warm and well made. Not sissified, they can handle real work especially with the textured palms. But not too bulky- I wear them around town and even into manhattan.
Exactly the sturdy yet nice gloves I’ve been looking for a long time
Bought a pair of fingerless with PVC dots and they have worked very well while fishing for early spring and late fall striped bass in New England. They provide a good grip on the rod and expose opposite hand fingers to strip the line into the striping basket. Constantly striping in wet flyline and handling fish means the gloves are always wet -- but yet they remain warm. These are well worth the price if you're fishing in cold weather.
My second pair of these gloves. When I bought my first pair they didn’t have grip dots on small size gloves. Loved the first pair but wanted a snugger fit. Best gloves for fly fishing I’ve owned—same goes for their socks.
I purchased these fingerless gloves to use while doing photography on a trip to Iceland at the end of October and beginning of November. The ambient temperature there fluctuated around the freezing point, plus or minus a few degrees. A few times I used the gloves in conditions of light precipitation or heavy misting caused by spray from waterfalls. The gloves always kept my hands warm, even when the gloves were wet. On one occasion, I used them in a helicopter flying at a few hundred to a 1000 meters with open windows. My hands remained warm for the entire hour and the grip dots were an advantage in keeping control of a heavy camera body. I would definitely recommend these fingerless gloves in weather conditions like the ones I have described.
I have not yet tried them out in sub-freezing weather (e.g. -20 C). Knowing my own hands and circulation, in those conditions I expect that I would have to use these gloves in conjunction with an insulated over-mitt, but your mileage might vary.