Gradient Glove

Gradient Glove

Waterfowl : Marsh
(10 Reviews)

The Gradient glove is perfect for mid-season hunts. A tighter, more form-fitted cut gives it the versatility of functioning as either a standalone glove, or as added warmth for the Pantanal Glove, Delta Deek Glove, or Hudson Mitt.

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  • GORE™ OPTIFADE™ Concealment Waterfowl Marsh is designed for layout and blind hunting in the marsh, standing crops, and cut stubble fields.

  • Fabric: Super-Stretch Polyester Knit, Microfiber Fleece, Brushed on the Inside.

  • Anti-Microbial Treatment

  • Tight Woven Jersey Face: The Gradient Glove is made from a super stretch microfiber fleece that offers lightweight warmth and allows maximum dexterity for shotgun operation.

Water Protection
Wind Protection

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Why We Made This

Waterfowlers need gear that can pull double duty. Our design on the Gradient Glove was all about versatility. A lightweight liner glove that provides warmth, holds its own brushing blinds and is dexterous enough for shotgun operations. Work it, shoot it, high-5 it.

Product Comments

10 Reviews
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Zack young
Reviewed On 09/28/2019

Great versatile glove had them for a season and work great.

Zack young
Reviewed On 09/28/2019

Great versatile glove had them for a season and work great.

Heath Grover
Reviewed On 01/29/2019

As a water fowl guide in idaho, these gloves saved me this year. I hate big bulky gloves, even at temps into the single digits these did the trick. Granted you won’t sweat but to keep the sting off and still stay warm while being able to load, shoot and or call without bare handing it, look it no further! These suckers dry fast too!!! Go SITKA or stay home!!!

Cole P
Reviewed On 12/10/2018

Looking for a next to skin type glove that you can wear on your shooting hand and actually provides warmth? Look no further, the gradient glove covers most of your bases during early season hunts to mid-late season mild weather days. While most gloves make it difficult to use your hands fine motor skills, you will hardly notice any hindrance at all; you can easily type on the keyboard on your iPhone while wearing these. Another great product from Sitka Staff, good job!

Chris R.
Reviewed On 12/09/2018

Wore these out in Skagit Valley (WA state) for duck hunting this past week. Not super warm (I should've read the information on weather conditions for wearing these more carefully) but the mobility is fantastic. I was able to keep my hands in the gloves throughout the day instead of having to remove them constantly for reloading, changing chokes, etc.

Reviewed On 02/03/2018

I've never been one to hunt with gloves on but these gloves are great. The snug fit makes it a little tight getting on and off but once they are on they fit perfectly. Just thick enough to keep the chill off but thin enough to still shoot and call.

james depolo
Reviewed On 01/23/2018

Great gloves. Can be worn alone in moderate temps or can also serve as a liner under heavier/bulkier gloves. Worn alone they are thin enough to allow you to still use duck/goose calls. I wasn't sure how well they would hold up while setting decoys and moving around layout blinds in fields, but so far they are doing well for the harsh treatment I have given them. Easy on/off wrist cuffs makes them versatile for various temperature ranges and applications.

Reviewed On 11/13/2017

The perfect glove for mid season and I can wear inside a mitten when it's very cold out.

Reviewed On 02/18/2016

I purchased the XL. They fit perfectly for me but may be tight for larger, thicker fingers. Very comfortable and warm in 30-40 degree temps. I really like these gloves and can recommend them. Reasonably priced for the quality, warmth and fit they provide.

Stephen S.
Reviewed On 02/08/2016

Very comfortable in size XL. I believe they'd be a little tight for larger hands. They have a rubber grip on them. I wore them in 27-35 degree weather and they were very comfortable with no extra bulk or loose material. Highly recommend!

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