ScentBlocker & Whitewater Gloves

ScentBlocker & Whitewater Gloves

ScentBlocker Gloves Made For Bowhunters

Wearing your release aid over a pair of gloves changes its position in your hand and can effect your shooting accuracy. ScentBlocker's Archers Release Glove eliminates this problem by allowing you to wear your release aid next to your skin. The Gloves have an opening in the palm, through which you slide your release. ScentBlocker SPF 40 activated carbon ensures scent-free performance. The Gloves work with any release aid and are available in sizes M/L and XL/2XL.

Cold-weather gloves are cumbersome, especially for bowhunters. ScentBlocker's Fleece Glo-Mitt have a fold-over mitten that keeps your hands toasty during periods of inactivity. The fingerless design gives you the dexterity you need when the action heats up. Other features include ScentBlocker SPF 40 activated carbon, Thinsulate Insulation, elastic cuffs, and a double palm pad. It's available in sizes M/L and XL/2XL. Contact: ScentBlocker, 110 North Park Drive, Dept. BHM, Cannon Falls, MN 55009; (507) 263-2885; www.scentblocker.com.





(l to r) Fleece Glo-Mitt, Archers Release Glove.

Whitewater Gloves Meet Your Bowhunting Needs

The folks at Whitewater offer an extensive line of gloves. The new Stretch Shooting Glove is perfect for those early season bowhunts. These fitted, driving-style gloves provide great sensitivity while hiding hand movement. Features include a spandex/nylon shell with PU palm, adjustable logo wrist strap, and a spandex trigger finger. They are available in sizes M-XL.

To protect your hands in cold weather, try slipping on a pair of Fleece Glo-Mitts. The half-finger design lets you shoot with confidence. The fold-over mitten keeps your fingers warm and at the ready when things are slow. The Glo-Mitts are made of soft, quiet fleece and are available in sizes L-2XL. Contact: Whitewater Strategic Hunting Apparel, W. 4228 Church Street, Dept. BHM, Hingham, WI 53031; (920) 564-2674; www.whitewateroutdoors.com.

(l to r) Stretch Shooting Glove, Fleece Glo-Mitts.

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