NEW Columbia® Horicon Marsh™ Camo Gloves for Men
- Omni-Tech® waterproof-breathable bladder
- Omni-Heat® thermal reflective and insulated
- PU grip palm
- Shockcord adjustment
- Nose wipe on thumb
Manufacturer style #: HM9165.
Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 6 reviewers.
Rated 1 out of 5 by Cltshtr Not warm at all! Bought these gloves for the Wisconsin gun deer season, in far northern WI, to keep my hands warm. My hands are pretty sensitive and get cold quickly. Spent a lot of money for an almost worthless product. My Army issued black, wool glove liners alone (no shell leather shells) kept my hands warmer, longer. Temp on the coldest day was 28 degrees and started off wearing these gloves. My fingers were freezing cold in about an hour and a half. I warmed them with some hand warmers and stuck them inside my shirt and put my liners on and my hands stayed warm for 3-4 hours. My Columbia gloves were bought one size larger to prevent cut off of circulation. The only time they worked better than my liners was driving the ATV to and from my stand, and keeping my hands dry when it was snow/rain/sleet mix. I wanted these gloves for snowblowing this winter, but will find something else that'll keep my hands warm. December 2, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Riceland Great Gloves These gloves are well constructed and extremely warm. I've used neoprene gloves for several years and these are an excellent upgrade. August 16, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by GrandView THE perfect glove I've finally found the perfect glove: waterproof, great grip, and extremely warm. I still can't believe how warm they are. Columbia hit the jackpot with these. February 5, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by CoastalBendJD Easy on easy off I love how convenient these gloves are to get on and off. I never have to worry about getting them just right and then tightening or loosening straps or fasteners. I can slip them on and off so easy and they stay tight on my hand which makes it perfect for handling decoys. These gloves also cut the wind to nothing which is a lifesaver when I'm running a boat dropping off hunters the hour before shooting time. January 27, 2011