Women's Cloudburst GTX Glove

Women's Cloudburst GTX Glove

Big Game : Subalpine
$129.00 $103.00
(3 Reviews)

The Cloudburst GTX Glove is 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.

  • GORE-TEX® Liner: 100% waterproof and breathable GORE-TEX® liner keeps you dry from within.

  • Seamless Liner: Minimizes bulk.

  • Ring Finger Pull Tab: Low-profile tab easy on/off.

  • Adjustable Closure: For a custom fit.

  • Pittard's Oiltac Leather Palms: High-grip leather palm gives you complete control over your bow, rifle or walking sticks.

  • GORE Grip Technology

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Nina Hoekstra
Reviewed On 10/30/2019

I really want to love these gloves because I have other Sitka products and find them to be amazing, but they just don’t handle the cold well. North Dakota pheasant hunting in teens and single digit temperatures and these gloves didn’t stand a chance. From my understanding they are supposed to trap your body heat in and use it as an insulator - which they could do just fine in the pickup because my hands would be hot before we even started hunting, but within moments of stepping outside they lost all the heat. I know another reviewer mentioned their dexterity - which they definitely lack. I was hoping they would be a good pheasant glove, but I can barely squeeze the trigger with them on, and it’s especially hard when the birds are getting up quick. I ended up having to wear two different gloves, the Sitka on my non shooting hand and a more thin and flexible glove on my shooting hand, resulting in both hands getting very cold. I was trying to think of a reason to give these gloves more than a star, but I can’t seem to think of any.

Reviewed On 11/15/2018

Extremely disappointed. I wore these gloves on a mild winter day (-5 Celsius). The cold felt like it was actually being conducted through the finger tips. I gave them three chances with one of the days being just above zero. My hands were warmer with the gloves off.

Reviewed On 08/21/2018

These gloves are the best. They are warm and comfortable and keep you dry. They aren't super "tactile" - so don't expect to have lots of finger mobility but that is to be expected out of a late season keep you warm glove. I used these to bird hunt and mule deer hunt in -30 degree weather and never even felt the bitter cold on my hands and fingers. A lifesaver for those freezing days that getting out of bed is hard enough but walking outside is straight brutal (but always worth it)

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