Callers Glove Left
GoreTex

Callers Glove Left

Waterfowl : Timber
$99.00
(6 Reviews)

An innovative glove sold in singles (not pairs) the Caller’s Glove lets you keep one hand free for better calling and trigger control. Between waves, keep your trigger hand warm in the highly insulated, Berber-lined hand muff, which is bonded to the back of an ultra-warm GORE-TEX® glove. NOTE: Right-handed shooters will need to purchase the left-handed glove, and vice versa.


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FEATURES & SPECS
  • GORE™ OPTIFADE™ Concealment Waterfowl Timber is optimized for engagement distances of 10 to 40 yards in the darker environments of flooded timber.

  • Weight: 7.1 oz.

  • Fabric: Waterproof GORE-TEX® Membrane, Durable Polyester Twill With Woven Backer.

  • GORE-TEX® Technology: Garments made with GORE-TEX® fabrics are durably waterproof, lightweight, and extremely breathable.

  • PrimaLoft® Technology: PrimaLoft® products are the ultimate in insulation technology for hunters. Ultra-fine fibers are engineered to retain maximum warmth even when wet.

  • High Grip Synthetic Palm & Adjustable Muff Opening

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Callers Glove Left
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6 Reviews
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Christopher Wagner
Reviewed On 11/04/2019

this glove will keep your calls and right hand warm and dry when sitting. i had the problem with my calls always freezing when they are hanging around my neck. then i would put them in my pocket and when i need to use one, it becomes a pain to get them out. not with this glove. you can keep 3 or more calls and still have plenty of room for a hand. the glove sticks to my gun very well and i havent had any issues with it besides coming off my left hand

Seth Sewell
Reviewed On 01/28/2019

The design and functionality of this glove is amazing! I have had some issues with cold hands due to poor circulation. With that being said I am a little disappointed with the warmth of the glove. I am right handed so I bought the left handed glove. My right hand stays nice and warm in the muff but when it’s in the 20,s or even low 30,s my left fingers start to hurt in all the areas where the synthetic rubber palm is. I have worn the gradient glove underneath my left callers glove and that helps but I’m still a little disappointed. IMO they need more insulation in the fingers. I do have to say the glove is very waterproof. I hunted geese in the mid 40’s pouring rain and it worked well.

Cole P
Reviewed On 12/10/2018

I use this for duck hunting in north Texas. I am 6'0" and weigh approximately 160 lbs. I purchased the left hand callers glove and really glad that I did. This thing keeps your hand that is inside the glove toasty warm, and your non-gloved hand is quickly warmed up when you slide it into the high loft fleece hand warmer. I used this glove in the pouring rain three days in a row and never experienced any leaks or issues. I was effortlessly shooting with this glove on my first day of use, really no noticeable difference. This is some cutting edge stuff right here, keep it up Sitka Staff *thumbs up*.

Ryan Kitts
Reviewed On 12/13/2016

I am a Montana Waterfowl Outfitter, and know how hard it is to keep the calling hand warm at extremely cold temps. Calls freeze and hands will get wet. The Callers Glove keeps my hands dry and calls functioning/unfrozen, while my dogs are handled. All while not impeding with the sound of my call!

Chris Samor
Reviewed On 12/07/2016

Excellent glove - no matter how cold I can't wear a glove on my shooting hand this works for calling and shooting -- beats my uninsulated chest wader pocket-- also great for sea ducks were conditions are often brutal

Mark
Reviewed On 11/28/2016

I just purchased this for goose hunting. Definitely beats trying to find an open, warm pocket to keep my right hand in.

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