Cabela's Dri-Fowl Gauntlet Gloves

Priced: $49.99 Rated:   - 4 stars out of 5 by 4 reviews.
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Cabela's Dri-Fowl Gauntlet Gloves -
If you were in search of the perfect pair of waterfowl gloves, you've found them. The Dry-Plus® insert not only keeps your hands dry from moisture, it also lets the gloves breathe from the inside out. The 200-gram Thinsulate™ Insulation locks out the cold, keeping fingers warm. An incredibly tough shell fabric combines with a synthetic-leather palm to bring you gloves that are extremely durable. Adjustable wrist. Shock-cord cuff adjustment. Imported.
Sizes: M-2XL.
Camo patterns:Mossy Oak® Shadow Grass Blades™, Realtree MAX-4®.
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Cabela's Dri-Fowl Gauntlet Gloves Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Best gloves I have

These gloves are as advertised! Waterproof and warm when dealing with decoys. They are a bit bulky, but I can deal with that, as long as my fingers stay warm. I switch out to shooting gloves after I get the spread the way I want and into the blind. I would buy them again, no hesitation.
Docmac3057 at Cabelas on 01/14/2014

Good gloves

These gloves work well. Waterproof and broaden at the forearm so they can slide over your jacket. There are times when it is really cold when the tips of my fingers get cold but I wear thin liner gloves to create a vapor barrier and they work perfect. No complaints. Great value.
Dygnon at Cabelas on 12/05/2013

Back-up Purchase

These gloves also are water proof and keep your hands dry
Huntinwaterfowl at Cabelas on 12/17/2013

Negative Reviews:

Not Waterproof

I have had these gloves for two years. They seemed fine the first year but this year they leaked badly. I about froze my hands off after using them on a coastal duck hunt in Maine in December. There were no visible holes in either glove but both of my hands were soaked after the hunt.
GW2014 at Cabelas on 01/14/2014