best ice fishing gloves

12/2/13 @ 3:59 PM
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avalanche z
avalanche z
USER since 2/18/10
ice gloves that keep u warm but not to bulky
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11/27/14 @ 7:56 PM
frozentoo
frozentoo
USER since 7/27/12
I've had these for @ 5 years; still the warmest I can find and I've tried a lot!

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11/27/14 @ 12:36 AM
fish trap
fish trap
USER since 12/27/03
Kinco Pigskin Heatkeep work well for keeping fingers warm

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11/22/14 @ 6:42 PM
jaybeeturtle
jaybeeturtle
USER since 3/17/06
My capped mits from Columbia are going on their 3 rd year and are in great shape. Very warm and I really like the thumb caps, easy to flip on or off.

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11/22/14 @ 8:13 AM
marbleeyes7
marbleeyes7
USER since 4/1/12
put a whole hard season on my frabill task gloves last year and they held up great and kept my fingers warm. i also have a pair of the artic armour gloves that came with my suit and they do not hold up well. material is coming apart between the thumb and pointer finger and they have not seen hardly any use at all. i know of 3 other guys that have had the same problem with theres as well. i only use the gloves to drill and set up then it is bare handed for me.

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11/22/14 @ 1:34 AM
ultramicro
ultramicro
USER since 6/17/11
Thanks for the link to the fingerless gloves, anlen!

I use fingerless (synthetic material) paddling gloves from REI most of the time for icefishing, but some of the options you've identified might easily be worth the cost!

I've found that fingerless gloves under mittens are a practical combination for icefishing: unloading, hauling, drilling, baiting, experimenting, repositioning, unhooking and rebaiting, etc, etc... Smile

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11/21/14 @ 1:20 PM
Animated1
Animated1
USER since 1/20/09
I put that on there because maybe they never thought of mits over gloves. They also make mits with removable caps so that you can use your fingers. If you ask me, my post is more informative about gloves/mits than your post bickering about another's post. Do you go on the threads where people ask about a Vexilar but then people throw in comments related to Marcum, and comment on comments there?

Edited on 11/21/14 1:31 PM
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11/21/14 @ 11:48 AM
Animated1
Animated1
USER since 1/20/09
I wear mits before gloves and usually the inside of my shack is warm enough to go barehanded. When out of the shack, I have a pair of the Ice Armor mits and they are warm. Rode across a lake on the front of a 4 wheeler and the wind and cold had no effect on my hands. No hand warmers needed. The only downside is that they're about $40 and I got mine with a gift card. I also have a extra pair the big leather mits you can get a Fleet Farm and make a great back up when taking rookies ice fishing.

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11/21/14 @ 8:49 AM
hockeyguy39
hockeyguy39
USER since 8/24/07
Any comments regarding Arctic Armor gloves?

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11/21/14 @ 6:31 AM
anlen
anlen
USER since 11/21/14
I use the fingerless fishing gloves, your hands can be a good activity.

Edited on 11/21/14 6:33 AM
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12/8/13 @ 8:57 AM
bnkrnr
bnkrnr
USER since 1/25/11
my suggestion is to get a pair of mitts. i bought some gore tex cabbalas brand ones at on sale last year. (they go on sale every year) when you get a flag you can rip off your mitts and after immediately put them back in the mitts after. there are no gloves out there that will give you the feeling of your bare hands. plus, neoprene is prone to have a hole or two from hooks.

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