Wild Hare Competition Shooting Gloves

Wild Hare Competition Shooting Gloves (WH-042S-BR)

4.88 stars, based on 25 reviews
Wild Hare's New! Competitions shooting gloves feature top quality European construction for a comfortable feel and perfect grip. Strechable, high-performance fabric Moisture wicking and breathable Ultra soft palm for maximum  sensitivity...
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Excellent shooting gloves

NC

Best shooting gloves - EVER

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Great fit, wonderful fabric, fits perfectly. Not really for cold weather use; but, otherwise, just a fabulous glove.



The washability makes the price worth it...

Best Shooting gloves ever!!!

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Perfect fit, always gives a secure grip on my shotguns, and protects gunstock finish from oily hands. I wear gloves year round, I wish wild hare would make a winter insulated shooting glove.

Best shooting gloves I’ve used

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A perfect combination of fit, flexibility and feel. I bought them to use in cooler weather, but will wear them all year round they work so well

MN

Best Tactile Gloves I've Found

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  • Thin means you can feel the trigger
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  • Time will tell how durable they are
Winter shooting in the Upper Midwest has left me with a Love/Hate relationship with gloves... Gloves that are warm enough to keep hands warm are also thick enough to deaden tactile feeling, leading to occasional early gun discharge, or at the other end of the rainbow, not being able to feel the trigger release far enough to reset the trigger. Both of these conditions usually lead to a missed target. These gloves changed my game. They are thin enough to feel the trigger release, and they seem to be a bit better at keeping the wind from getting to the skin when compared to some of the fabrics I've tried. Don't get me wrong, they are not insulated gloves and while they seem to cut the wind chill, they don't keep your hands warmer... That's what an electric hand warmer in your trigger finger pocket is for!

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