Women's Equinox Glove

Women's Equinox Glove

Whitetail : Elevated II
$79.00 $55.00
(2 Reviews)

Climb into your stand, clear shooting lanes and shoot your weapon with precision. Superior hand protection is provided in this lightweight, technical shooting glove featuring a printed Ax Suede synthetic palm for superior durability and stealth. Conductive technology in the index finger and thumb allow operation of a touch screen GPS or phone on the fly.

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  • GORE™ OPTIFADE™ Concealment Elevated II is designed for whitetail hunters in an elevated position.

  • Fabric: Cordura/Nylon back, Ax Suede synthetic palm.

  • Polygiene® Odor Control Technology naturally prevents the growth of odor-causing bacteria.

  • Conductive technology in the index finger and thumb allow operation of a touch screen.

  • Soft Touch and Feel: An OPTIFADE™ printed nylon back adds concealment with an ax suede synthetic palm for comfort, durability and grip

  • Articulated Patterning: Maximum precision and minimal bulk.

  • Conductive Thread Technology: Silver threads in the index finger and thumb allow easy operation of a touch screen.

  • POLYGIENE Technology: Layering is a science with our CORE system of next-to-skin products. Each of the fabric weights—light, mid, and heavy—wicks away moisture to keep you warm and dry, while Polygiene® technology safely and permanently neutralizes odors using naturally antimicrobial silver salt.

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Blake G
Reviewed On 12/06/2019

I’m seriously obsessed with these gloves! I’m an upland bird hunter and for September- mid October bird season they are PERFECT! Light weight and thin and still keep my hands from being cold in early season. I can also always still use my gun properly and they have nice gripping as well. Love them! My go to gloves

Niki M
Reviewed On 10/15/2018

I was not the happiest with these gloves and think the Fanatic glovse might be even warmer (with two less covered fingers). These gloves are very fitting and work fine for early season, but definitely do not keep my hands that warm. They have now turned into my splitting firewood gloves rather than hunting gloves.

Story by Kristen A. Schmitt | Photos by Austin Thomas - 01.03.2019

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