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ScentBlocker Pursuit Gloves

$19.99
ScentBlocker Pursuit Gloves - Dick's Sporting Goods
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Product Information:

The Pursuit™ Gloves are another innovation from ScentBlocker® designed to keep your hands warm and keep your human scent under control. S3® antimicrobial material minimizes odors while moisture wicking insulation pulls unwanted dampness away from your skin. 4 Direction Stretch™ leaves you free to move. Integrate the ScentBlocker® Pursuit™ Gloves into your hunting wardrobe.
FEATURES:

  • Minimize scent and keep your hands warm with these camo gloves
  • S3® antimicrobial technology with scent-trapping to cut human odors
  • 4 Direction Stretch™ for versatile movement
  • Moisture wicking insulation keeps hands warm and dry
  • Fabric: 94% polyester/6% spandex
  • Style: PGXT
  • ScentBlocker
Country of Origin: China
Web ID: 20175026

Customer Reviews:

ScentBlocker Pursuit Gloves 3.6 5 22 22
More durable than you think theyre certainly not the warmest gloves, but they hold up very well: two seasons's worth, which includes multiple trips up & down tree stands, hanging tree stands, scouting, etc. I like these mostly for their dexterity. I can still confidently operate a bow release or a shotgun in the uplands....so I bought another pair as a backup. Also, because these are not great insulators, they transfer heat immediately from hand warmers. February 11, 2015
Not warm at all The gloves may have scentblocker material in them but they are also advertised as keeping your hands warm and they are not warm AT ALL. Worn in 35 degree sunny weather and my hands were freezing in them. Would not reecommend. Waste if money. January 27, 2015
Very Nice and Comfortable I picked up these gloves from my local Dicks about midway through our fall haunting season. I wore them multiple times and they are relatively warm for how thin they are and they are super comfortable. I haven't had any problems with them splitting. They are thick enough to keep the breeze off of you hands but thin enough to let you shoot and have dexterity in your fingers. I would definitely purchase these gloves again. January 26, 2015
Wonderful gloves! These were purchased for their gripping ability! They work very well! My husband loves them! January 21, 2015
Gloves Great bow hunting gloves. They are nice and light weight but still durable. January 14, 2015
Horrible This was my first bad product from Robinson. I wore these gloves twice during my hunt in Texas and they fell apart in 3 different places. Product returned, disappointing. January 13, 2015
Very Comfortable, but Bad Stiching I'm giving these gloves a 2 because they wear great, perfect fit and light weight. Perfect for early season. I have a stitching problem though, just as most have had. My thumb has already punched through the stitching and I need to bust out my sewing kit for a repair. You get what you pay for, they were under twenty bucks. Next time I'll spend more and try the UA brand. December 13, 2014
Not bad These gloves are thin and light and great for early season when the weather is still fairly warm. The way that the stitching is done takes away some from the dexterity, so I just cut off the very fingertips on a few fingers. I did not like the grip pattern. It actually seemed to make the gloves more slick than grippy. All in all not too bad, but I wish I had gotten the Under Armour version. November 5, 2014
Light weight gloves These gloves are perfect for the early bow season. November 4, 2014
Short lived. I hate giving products low ratings and I would have loved these gloves, they worked great keeping my hands comfortable in 30 degree Montana weather, but only lasted for two days of light hikes before they split at the seem around my palm. October 28, 2014
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