atek3 Posted February 5, 2008 Share Posted February 5, 2008 (edited) I read all the threads relating to cold-weather gloves and the responses seemed to fall into a few categories. 1) Wear heavy gloves, take them off to shoot. 2) Wear medium gloves, accept some loss of dexterity. 3) wear light gloves, accept having cold fingers. 4) Move some place that doesn't get so cold. At the SHOT show I saw some electric gloves. very cool, but not ideal for shooting. All the gloves had equal insulation on all the fingers and equal padding surroundin the fingers. Why not make a pair of electric gloves that had less insulation on the pads of the index finger and thumb. and made up for it with heating elements behind the finger. The gloves would have wires that ran up your sleeves to a LiON power source and would be controlable by an electronic rheostat. Basically you'd have great dexterity and warm fingers. Assuming they were priced in the same range as regular electrified gloves, would anyone be interested? atek3 Edited February 5, 2008 by atek3 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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