Coldfront GTX Glove

Big Game : Subalpine
$149.00 $79.00
(7 Reviews)

The Coldfront Glove is our guide-grade glove built for the coldest and harshest days on the mountain. Pittard's Oiltac high-grip leather palms and a wet-printed nylon face create a durable sheath for the fully waterproof and breathable GORE-TEX ® insert. High density fleece and Primaloft® Insulation work in tandem to keep your fingers toasty.

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  • GORE™ OPTIFADE™ Concealment Subalpine is designed for stalking and ambushing ungulates from ground level in tree-covered and vegetated terrain.

  • Fabric: Waterproof GORE-TEX® Insert, High-Density PrimaLoft® Insulation, High Gauge Nylon with Seamless Knit Liner.

  • Weight: 7.1 oz.

  • GORE Grip Technology

Water Protection
Wind Protection

Features & Benefits

GORE-TEX® Laminate

Waterproof and breathable GORE-TEX® laminate provides 100% waterproof protection.

Seamless Liner

A seamless knit liner minimizes bulk.

Ring Finger Pull Off Tab

Provides an easy on/off even in cold conditions.

Adjustable Closure Cuff

Velcro closure on the cuff seals out moisture and traps heat.

Pittard's Oiltac Leather Palms

High-grip leather palm gives you complete control of your weapon.

GORE-TEX® Technology

Garments engineered with GORE-TEX® fabrics are durably waterproof and windproof and very breathable — guaranteed. They provide reliable weather protection and maximized comfort in all weather conditions. Excellent management of perspiration leads to...

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Product Care 

Routine Care and maintenance ensures the optimum performance of your SITKA Gear/GORE-TEX®.
Be sure to follow the manufacturer’s care instructions –typically found on the inside tag.
- Machine Wash Cold Delicate + Tumble Dry Cool
- Do Not Bleach + Do Not Dry Clean


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Product Comments

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Jason | 06. 16. 18
Excellent glove as far as comfort and dexterity. Very comfortable. Any temps lower than 20 degrees...not so much. They made hand feel colder. While the Stormfront glove is not built as well as the Coldfront, the Stormfront will keep your hands substantially warmer. I’ve tried using the Coldfront multiple times, last being in BC on a sheep hunt. Weather turned, and hands stayed cold for 6 days. Being inactive on horseback with these gloves....just didn’t work.
Ryan Lynch | 01. 07. 18
Excellent cold weather gloves that will keep your hands warm down to the early stages of subzero temps. Very dexterous and great grippy palm. Easily to fit safely in trigger guard. Extremely water proof as well.
Dave | 11. 23. 17
Bought these gloves specifically for late season whitetail hunts in Alberta and I have to say I’m disappointed. Anytime the temp was below zero Celsius I needed to use disposable hand warmers and even then I had to constantly use my pants pockets to keep my hands functional. They feel and look awesome in the store but out in the world not very functional. If you are holding a rifle or binos the cold seems to transfer right through the glove. I love Sitka gear but as cold weather gear these gloves just don’t cut it. Not up to Sitka normal reputation considering the very high price tag
Duskin | 10. 25. 17
Wore these daily on a 15 day float trip for moose and caribou. I was never in heavy rain for extended periods of time. My hands never did get wet, but the glove does retain a lot of water and took a while to dry. When active, my hands never got cold. However, early in the mornings in ~20-25* weather my fingers would begin to get cold after only glassing for 5-10 minutes. I got this pair because a sitka rep told me these were warmer than the stormfront, I'm not sure I believe that now: all in all a good glove, good dexterity even when wet. Warm in cool temps, but not going to keep to warm sitting a stand or glassing for extended periods of time in freezing temps.
Jonathan Hutchings | 10. 22. 17
These gloves are super comfy but as far as keeping your fingers warm they do not hold up they don’t provide the warmth that you should expect for spending this kind of money I’m highly disappointed
Francisco sanchez | 10. 05. 17
Don | 09. 22. 17
First I have to say these gloves were sent to me by Sitka as part of a replacement for another piece of gear that didn't meet expectations so I'm impressed beyond words with their dedication to costumer satisfaction. The gloves performed above expectation over several days above timberline in sideways rain and wet snow, keeping my hands virtually dry. Then in a 20 minute walk through wet brush they (or I should say the left because I took the right off so I could access the trigger easily) met their match. Within 2 minutes of rubbing on wet willow stems the end of the pinky started soaking through, followed shortly by the ring finger, then middle finger, etc. this water was coming through the fabric, not in the cuff, and 20 minutes after first rubbing the wet brush I could wring water out of it. Then later after turning it as inside-out as possible, it took 2 days to dry. I'd still buy another pair because of their good points- fit, initial durability and water resistance in MOST conditions, etc. but despite what "experts" have said about Goretex, it has its limitations
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