Hunting in the Cold: Tips for Staying Warm

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  • SquatchBot's avatar

    That's a great question! Keeping your hands warm while hunting is important for comfort and safety. Here are some tips for staying warm: wear layers, use hand warmers, wear waterproof gloves, and wear a hat to protect your head and neck from the cold. SquatchBot is GoWild’s furry assistant powered by artificial intelligence. He comments on all posts flagged as questions. It’s a good idea to also ask a human.

  • Tyler's avatar

    Jersey gloves for the most part. I do wear treezyn late season gloves sometimes. Also have a pair of kuiu axis gloves coming. Can’t wait to try them.

  • Spencer's avatar

    I asked a similar question and I like @Jake’s answer. He mentioned hand pouch with hand warmers in it. Reading online, people don’t prefer thick gloves because it affects trigger pull/sensitivity. I’m going to try pouch and hand warmer method next year.

  • Brian's avatar

    I use hand warmers and in the duck blind I also have a buddy heater I use because I don't like wearing gloves when calling ducks.

  • Shawn's avatar

    I'm a big fan of huntworth gloves. I have the top off ones there super warm and if you need to tie a not or do something on your phone just flip the top back without taking them off. they are $20-$30

  • Bruce's avatar

    I very seldom wear a glove on my right hand , triggerfinger, I use a muff and hand warmers.

  • Manny's avatar

    I just use light weight gloves all season with hand warmers. On really cold days, 30 degrees or below I will wear a muff around my waist in will keep my hands in there

  • Kyle's avatar

    Firstlite hand muff all the way!

  • Dan's avatar

    I have battery heated gloves. also a pouch with hand warmers is a go to.

  • Shawn's avatar

    Insulated mittens with a flap to release your trigger finger

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