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    I always wear gloves.. when it's warm I wear the Under Armour thin gloves and now just picked up some "release" gloves for the cold and really like them.

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    I always wear gloves. When it is worm I wear a pair of thin scent blocker gloves and when it gets cold I wear a pair of polypropylene liners under the scent blocker gloves. I have not had any problems with either combination.

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    Default release glove

    just 1 more, what is release gloves? where can you get them? thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by eforcer View Post
    just 1 more, what is release gloves? where can you get them? thanks!
    gloves that have a hole so the release can go through before the cuff of the glove goes around your wrist

    http://www.cabelas.com/cabelas/en/te...082&hasJS=true

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    OOpps.. I have the Stalkers,, not the Rangers

    http://www.cabelas.com/cabelas/en/te...0046903960432a

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    Personally, cold stiff fingers affect me more than gloves - I have a thin pair of fleece bowhunter gloves and that's usually enough. If it's cold enough, I have a thin pair of Under Armor liner gloves that I put underneath. I can't stand cold hands - years of trying to stay warm in a treestand I guess.

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    If it's real cold.. I also use the Ice Breaker muff with handwarmers inside.. There's nothing like a nice warm muff

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