ArcticShield® Camp Gloves
- Versatile two layer design - the only pair of gloves you will need
- Fleece inner glove for cool weather hunts
- Add the breathable wind- and waterproof outer glove for more adverse weather conditions
- Upgraded pin-dot material for a better grip
- Drawcord and pull strap adjustments around wrist
- Thin design for superior dexterity
- Outer glove - quiet tricot shell with polyester lining featuring ArcticShield technology
ArcticShield's exclusive technology utilizes a multi-layered thermal barrier that captures and returns up to 97% of your body heat. By positioning an aluminized middle layer between advanced thermoplastic fabrics, this heat reflection and return method is more effective than thick traditional insulations that only slow body heat loss. Surprisingly thin and unbelievably warm, this clothing provides great insulation and breathable wind- and waterproof protection as well.
Rated 3.5 out of 5 by 4 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by DeerGuy13 Hot Hands I bought these gloves the last couple days of late archery season. The temperature was predicted to be in the 20's for a couple days and I needed warm gloves. The ArcticShield H3 Camp Gloves were by far the warmest gloves I have ever purchased. The gloves had no problem keeping my hands warm in the 20 degree weather, but as the temperature plunged into the single digits it was a little less comfortable, however this could have been due to me removing the gloves a couple times when deer came into bow range. January 3, 2010
Rated 1 out of 5 by davisrs dissapointed my hands were freezing in mid 20 degree weather. I have the purchased other Arctic Shield gear and it works great but not the gloves. December 3, 2008
Rated 4 out of 5 by Ducks Great gloves I love this pair of gloves. everything i look for in a waterfowl glove. they last more than a season and stand up well to some of the roughest weather conditions a hunter can face. overall my rating for the gloves themselves would be 6 stars. the reason behind the 4 star rating is the support from the company that makes them. I recently contacted them for replacement liners and was told "sorry we don't sell liners , you'll have to buy a new pair". I was also told to see if BPS could do any thing for me. like i said earlier they're great gloves but the next time i'm golng to throw down $30-$40 on a pair of gloves or any gear for that matter the company that makes them will be as important to me as the product it's self. Get a kid out there with you November 24, 2008
Rated 5 out of 5 by Ken J Buy em Having always had cold hands in the woods, even in 50 degree weather, I bought these gloves on the word of a friend. The first time I used them it was 17 degrees and my hands were so hot I had to remove the liners and even then my hands were slightly warmer than I could have hoped. Great gloves... buy them! October 18, 2007
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