Optifade Open Country
Optifade Open Country
Big Game: Open Terrain

Merino Glove [NEW] 

$49.00

Combining the comfort and warmth of wool with the durability and elasticity of nylon, the Merino Glove is a heat-retaining liner to keep your hands comfortable without being clammy in the mid to late season.

Environment:
Open Terrain
Scenario:
Spot & Stalk
Climate:
Cool
Color:
Optifade Open Country
Weight:
2.40 oz.
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Features & Benefits

Materials

54% Nylon Face, 46% 230-gram 17.5 Micron Merino Wool Interior for natural odor resistance and durability.

Product Care 

Merino wool is a delicate fiber and requires more attention than a synthetic garment.

Wash
It is safe to machine wash Merino Wool under a gentle cycle with cold water. Wash with other Merino Wool products of like colors. Do not use bleach or fabric softeners and do not dry-clean.

Dry
Tumble dry on low heat or lay flat to dry. MERINO WOOL WILL SHRINK if not cared for properly. 

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Brett Bateman | 01. 03. 17
I love the feel and warmth of these gloves but they are deffinetly not durable. I wore mine for the first time ice skating with my family and noticed a stitch came out and you could see my skin through the seam. This was without grabbing or gripping anything, just the tension of my fingers in the glove. Maybe I just got a poorly made set but for the money they should be better made in my opinion. I imagine Sitka will make it right as I've heard their customer service is superb.
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Pauli | 09. 28. 15
I purchased these glove for a moose hunt here in Alaska. I'm a huge fan of merino wool. These gloves were nice fro fit and finish. They only lasted for 5 out of the 7 day hunt. the fingers wore out and steadily fell apart from there. For the price point they were not worth the price. I think if they had put a durable palm and fingers they would have been fine, the little logo dots were a joke and were falling off the first day. True to form the merino gloves kept my hands warm even though we were damp pretty much the whole time. I would probably buy them again and rub some silicone or something on the wear point.
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nate | 06. 13. 15
I purchased these gloves a few years ago. I have been wearing them just for those early summer days that are a little cooler than normal. So far they have kept my hands warm and comfortable. My only complaint would be that the fingers were wore out within a year of use. I use them as a layer under my other gloves. I think the perfect match would be the jet stream gloves with the merino underneath.
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Chad Annon | 10. 14. 14
Very nice archery hunting glove that I very rarely use as a liner. They keep my hands warm on most days in November alone.
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Mark | 06. 21. 14
Nice fitting and good looking glove. The merino wool kept my hands warm even when damp, they are snug fitting so the dexterity is awesome. I agree though the palm grips are not very durable, but that being said I, overall I think they are a good glove. I am ordering a second pair. I used them as a liner under my Traverse glove when it was cold, the fit is a little snug but worked well.
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Jason | 11. 19. 13
These gloves are nice out of the box and do provide a nice amount of warmth for a lightweight glove. However, after two day long hunts, the palm grips were peeling off and my wedding ring wore a hole through them. These gloves are definitely not meant to be worn alone. Use as a liner only.
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Justin | 09. 23. 13
The gloves are great for early season hunting and year round for those of you that dont like a bulky glove. (like myself) What I enjoy most is the snug fit and light weight while still maintaining good warmth. I use them for bow hunting mostly. They arent the most durable glove is the only downfall. I would say they are a single season glove. You may be able to squeeze 2 seasons out of them if you take care of them. Overall a good glove and did what I wanted them to do. Again, for me fit is everything. If I cant manipulate my fingers the way I want to while Im hunting then I wont wear a glove anyway. These do the job.
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