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    Quote Originally Posted by FEETDOWN View Post
    These for driving the boat/SxS, etc. https://www.filson.com/original-line...-fco-000000289

    These for shooting.... https://www.firstlite.com/products/M...RoC_8QQAvD_BwE


    Jacob, try those Talus gloves if Filson doesn't make your favorites anymore. You'll be pleased....


    My BIL had some, I tried them. They'll probably be what I get next, I wish they weren't as tight, that was my one complaint.

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    I have some Filson work gloves. Not lined, but they stain the crap out of my hands yellow even after a year or so. They do run a little small which is different because most of their stuff runs big for me. Maybe the lined gloves don’t stain

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    Quote Originally Posted by huntinghagen#12 View Post
    My BIL had some, I tried them. They'll probably be what I get next, I wish they weren't as tight, that was my one complaint.
    I like that they fit close, every other fingerless wool glove I've tried that was looser fitting tended to snag on everything imaginable. I just sized up to prevent them from being too tight.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FEETDOWN View Post
    I like that they fit close, every other fingerless wool glove I've tried that was looser fitting tended to snag on everything imaginable. I just sized up to prevent them from being too tight.
    Do they make 'em in size "bagel"?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Glenn View Post
    Do they make 'em in size "bagel"?
    Not sure if they make em to fit Bolt or not, my only complaint is this…..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mars Bluff View Post
    Only thing we need to be wearing in this country are ass whippings & condoms. That'll clear up half our issues.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FEETDOWN View Post
    Not sure if they make em to fit Bolt or not, my only complaint is this…..

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    so you'd give 'em a 9.5/10?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Glenn View Post
    so you'd give 'em a 9.5/10?
    That would be correct
    Quote Originally Posted by Mars Bluff View Post
    Only thing we need to be wearing in this country are ass whippings & condoms. That'll clear up half our issues.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FEETDOWN View Post
    Not sure if they make em to fit Bolt or not, my only complaint is this…..

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    Cute little fella looks cold
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    Quote Originally Posted by FEETDOWN View Post
    Not sure if they make em to fit Bolt or not, my only complaint is this…..

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    You should get that glove circumcised.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FEETDOWN View Post
    Not sure if they make em to fit Bolt or not, my only complaint is this…..

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    I was gonna say something about your Jimmy Dean fingers but that picture sums up “pigs in a blanket” perfectly. How have you not eaten one at a Super Bowl party yet?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mello_collins View Post
    Sealskins
    I have some sealskins. They keep water from actually getting on your hands but still absorb water and freeze solid. They are waterproof but not at all warm when wet. If I can find them, I'll send them to you for the price of postage.

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    Boat rides on a cold morning get the thick, bulky waterproof gloves. When I get to the spot and settle in to wait on sunrise I switch to Simms fleece gloves. They're a hybrid/mitten glove. The mitten flap folds back and snaps to the back of the glove. The fingers are cut half off giving you the ability to touch with bare skin whatever you need to for stuff like loading your gun, calling, etc.

    Another cool feature is there's a pouch on the inner part of the wrist that can hold one of those hand warmer pouches. It warms the blood as it flows to your hand/fingers.

    Then for picking up decoys on colder mornings, the long neoprenes get the nod. I'm not putting out big spreads much anymore so I usually don't even use the long neoprenes but still got em just in case. For the boat ride back I'll use the same gloves I started with.

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    https://www.armysurplusworld.com/us-...oaAraqEALw_wcB

    Cut them as you wish.

    If it's raining, these. I've had mine for over 8 years and they still are waterproof even though the side is torn on one of them. They are just small enough that I can shoot and load shell with no problem.

    https://www.sitkagear.com/products/p...aterfowl-marsh

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    God bless you all. And your $139-frickin'-dollar gloves. Holy Moses.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tha Dick View Post
    https://www.armysurplusworld.com/us-...oaAraqEALw_wcB

    Cut them as you wish.

    If it's raining, these. I've had mine for over 8 years and they still are waterproof even though the side is torn on one of them. They are just small enough that I can shoot and load shell with no problem.

    https://www.sitkagear.com/products/p...aterfowl-marsh
    I keep both.. a few pairs of the old army liners and Barbours.

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    https://www.outdoorresearch.com/coll...-gloves-244887

    these have been good for me. Finger will fit in a trigger guard safely while wearing them.

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    I've been using the same pair of gloves since I started duck hunting. Whitewater Outdoors, fingerless fleece with a mitten thing that frees up your fingers.

    Sold from Boulineaus in cherry grove. Got them as a Christmas present from my uncle. I've lost one or both of them at some point through the years. Rarely wear them except when running the boat or picking up decoys. Rubber palms have long since worn.

    If I am picking up decoys a fleece lined rubber crabber's glove.
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    Running the boat, setting decoys, even shooting:

    https://www.amazon.com/Atlas-ATL495-...15858a6e5d87fb

    I prefer these because of the removable liner.
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