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    Have some sealskin dragon eye gloves, have had full days hunting in snow and rain and hands stay dry and warm very happy with them.

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    Been looking at these- how are they for trigger work ? Are they sufficiently thin and flexible to allow safe trigger pull ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by chainsaw View Post
    Been looking at these- how are they for trigger work ? Are they sufficiently thin and flexible to allow safe trigger pull ?
    I have been wearing fingerless leather mitts - cheap Mongolian knock offs - surprising just how warm your hands stay even given the fact half your fingers and thumb are bare
    So - no problem with trigger finger or Bino/Thermal buttons and knobs etc

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sarvo View Post
    Are they big fitting - most gloves seem to be small for their size - if you get what I meaning
    Yeah they are, most military kit i've bought from them has been larger fitting. Gloves wise i ordered 2 sizes smaller than what the sizing guide recommended on their site. however i prefer tight fitting gloves so they retain full dexterity when working with them on. I can't stand loose fitting gloves for work.

    I have had to return goods in the past to get the correct sizing and on each occasion it was hassle free. there awesome gloves, have ended up buying a few pairs to store away and use once my current ones are worn. Shouted a mate a pair too as he was looking for a waterproof set for his bike, he's stoked with them too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dundee View Post
    Guys H&F Dannevirke have the new version of Xtreme bit pricey but a snug fit.Was in there today.I find these gloves are less bulky than youngstown.
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    Just brought a pair off these at hunting and fishing. Looking forward to the cold wet days to try them. Tryed them out today it was cold wind but not cold enough, had to take them off my hands were getting to hot

 

 

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