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Help! Tired of Freezing Hands!

Art_Vandelay

Active Member
Joined
Sep 20, 2019
Messages
182
Location
New York, NY
I think the first lite gloves you have are your best bet for warmth if you’re looking to still be able to actually move your fingers and grab stuff. Once it gets to teens and 20s I will wear jersey gloves to and from the stand, pockets while in the stand. Wrapping metal in stealth strips and tape works well. It all helps but they’re usually still cold. Carrying the bow out is the worst, but I know I’ll survive. A lot of people just need to accept that hunting is going to be uncomfortable sometimes.
 

Camelcluch

Well-Known Member
Joined
Oct 2, 2020
Messages
332
I wear a hand muff (windproof) and have two frog and co electric hand warmers. They last a long time and I use one most of the time. Two if it’s super cold. The warmers also will charge your phone.
 
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