From one of the most renowned hunting glove makers in America, Huntworth refines one of their most popular gloves with new Microban scent control.
Huntworth’s Tech Shooters Glove surrounds the hunter’s hand with warmth. Its next-to-skin fit ensures the sensitivity to confidently operate anything, whether it’s a fine hand tool, or the sensitive pull of a trigger.
The Tech Shooters Glove is made with a fused material that provides excellent fit, great versatility, silent dexterity, and hardworking durability. The shell is a stretch woven polyester bonded to a soft pile fleece and windproof breathable membrane. There is an extra lining of honeycomb fleece against the back of the interior for added warmth. This glove resists wind, and blocks out the cold.
Microban, an antimicrobial treatment, has been added to the interior palm material for scent reduction. The palm has a layered, printed silicone patch for enhanced grip and durability. The index finger and thumb are made with a touch screen compatible material allowing the use of a mobile device without removing the gloves. The neoprene wrist Velcro closure slips over shirt cuffs and light jackets.
“This patent pending design is engineered to fit to a most desirable standard. The stretch woven shell material molds and adjusts as you flex your hand for a next-to-skin, unrestricting fit,” said Neal Ash, President and CEO.
The Huntworth Men’s Tech Shooters Glove is made in Huntworth’s exclusive camo pattern, Oak Tree EVO™, in medium, large, and extra large, and sells for a suggested retail price of $29.99.
For more information visit HuntworthGear.com.
From Deer & Deer Hunting Magazine, the 2016 Whitetails Wall Calendar features the work of deer researchers Wayne Laroche and Charlie Alsheimer, who reveal the 2016 whitetail rut prediction, based on years of lunar cycle research. Utilize this deer moon phase calendar to find out which days the deer will be seeking and chasing so you can time the rut for the best time to hunt.
“The DDH wall calendar is one of our most popular annual ShopDeerHunting items,” said Dan Schmidt, DDH Content Director and Editor-in-Chief. “The 2016 calendar, just like the ones before it, features some amazing whitetail deer photography that captures deer in all the seasons. It also provides deer activity charts so you can plan your hunt.”
With the 2016 DDH Whitetails Wall Calendar you’ll learn:
- When the seeking, chasing and tending phases of the rut will occur for North & South
- The predicted dates of Major & Minor deer activity in 2016
- Daily 2016 Moon-phase data