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The Under Armour® ColdGear® Camo Liner Gloves for men are made from the quickest-drying, highest warmth-to-weight ratio fabric in the industry. Featuring lightweight form-fitting ColdGear construction for maximum breathability and dexterity, these gloves can be layered or worn alone. Imported.
Lightweight form-fitting construction for dexterity
Under Armour® ColdGear® Camo Liner Gloves for Men
verry good gloves to shoot with my beretta semi auto shot gun. never lose my dexterity reloading my gun and i use avery handwarmer when i am waiting for for some goose to shoot again! and again! lol
April 20, 2012
Im a UA fan but these gloves ripped at the seam the first use while putting on. Returned and got another pair and the same thing happened on the 3rd use.
I will say for light liner gloves they are pretty warm.
December 1, 2011
The fit is great as is the grip texture on the palms. I bought these to use for archery season and usually wear them under heavier gloves when needed. I shoot with them on and would have to say when they need to bereplaced they will be replaced with the same ones and not another brand. Great buy
October 13, 2011
Just purchased for my turkey hunt,1 week in the woods.The gloves both have 2 inch holes along the hem on the thumb line.They have been worn for 1 week and need to be restitched,they are warm but need improvement in the stitches/factory. Will be writing underarmour about the gloves.
May 14, 2011
I would say anything over 40 degrees and you should be ok with these gloves. Anything below that you could potentially start to get cold. I hunted with just these gloves in the low 30's for about 4 hours and survived but my hands did get cold. Great to wear under convertible gloves where the top folds down if you know its going to be cold.
well i have been out in the woods and fields when it was around 15 degrees out and my hands where fine a little cold but still warm enough to feel them and work my hands and also never fealt any pain in my hands from the cold and they never went numb
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