RedHead Big Game WINDSTOPPER Gloves for Men
Not much warmth
Granted it was in the 20's but my hands were cold for 2 days, kept taking them off, breathing in to them to inject some warmth, they didn't seem to reflect any body heat but let the cold right in. If you are hunting cold weather, would search elsewhere or I had a friend recommend lining with either silk gloves first. I even put foot warmers in the gloves but my finger were still numb and cold for both days i used them. Will be returning and reading the reviews first, bought these on the fly before a trip. Same as other reviews, first day showed threads separating and hanging, poor quality on these, sorry guys, but these were not what I expected. if the stitching hadn't already started unraveling I would have kept them for warmer weather application.
January 18, 2015
Bought these because my old gloves fell apart while hunting. I normally wear medium and got large as med was too tight. First time I wore them notice problem with stitching. Noticed as I took them off lining was trying to pull out. Next day was wet and when I took them off the lining pulled loose on several fingers of both gloves. I'm hoping when I return these the next pair will be better. I had high hopes as these had all the features I wanted.
December 5, 2014
I recently purchased the gloves to start off my shed hunting season as my old gloves were worn out from all the snow shoveling this year. I wanted something that was light but still be able to keep my hands warm from out -25 weather. These gloves did just that. I would defiantly recommend them. I also used them practicing with by bow and they are thin enough to get a shot off with them. Great product for the price.
March 6, 2014
Usually, I don't have a problem with the cold, but I found these gloves to be very cold this fall. They seem to be well made and do fit nice, but I would not buy them again, especially at $35! I have a simple pair of old army wool glove liners that are much warmer.
December 18, 2013