GORE WINDSTOPPER® technology for total windproof protection
4-way stretch shell with DWR (Durable Water Repellency) coating
Digital synthetic suede for durability and grip
The RedHead® Big Game WINDSTOPPER® Gloves feature GORE WINDSTOPPER® technology for total windproof protection, a 4-way stretch shell with DWR (Durable Water Repellency) coating, and digital synthetic suede for durability and grip. Imported.
Rated 2 out of 5 by ceph Substandard
I'm not usually prone to cold hands, but the two days that I owned these were the coldest my hands have seen in a long time. They must be joking by writing "wind stopper" on the glove as the wind went through them like a screen door. my fingers were numb and tingling within an hour of being out there. Also the size was off, as normally I fit a large and these were snug. The only redeeming value of the glove was that it held up to some rough brush with thorns and the fabric did not tear or snag. I have since returned them, I hope I find a better product elsewhere.
December 27, 2012
Rated 2 out of 5 by BankerBen so so
My hands are larger than normal....but not huge. These gloves are so tight they almost cut off circulation. If you order....order 2 sizes too big
December 19, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by GaBowhunter47 Not Sure Yet
I just received these gloves in the mail today. I am very pleased with the look and comfort. I ordered them because of the good features and reviews such as the Durable Water Repellency coating . However, I put them on in the house and slowly dropped water over the top of the gloves and water soaks right into the material on the top middle portion. I didn't feel it from the inside but I feel in a stand with constant rain it may start to soak through. Debating on whether or not to send them back for a different pair. Anyone used these in the rain?
September 12, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by walksoftcarrybigfish Best Freakin' Glove On The Planet!!!
I've been using these for a few seasons now, and can honestly say they are the best hunting glove I've ever owned. I have usd these on the deer stand from +50* to 10 below zero, and the original WIndstopper material is as warm as a glove with 4 times the thickness of insulation. They're almost too warm if the temp is above 45*, and on the really cold days I use a handwarmer muff with one of those disposable handwarmers. I will be buying several more pairs for myself (just in case BPS decides to discontinue them) and some as gifts for my hunting friends and family.
November 27, 2011