October and November are the premier months for the pursuit of mature white-tailed deer. To thrive in these pursuits, hunters must have gear that promotes performance no matter what conditions Mother Nature throws at them. That gear ranges from bows to boots, but one of the most important is gloves.
“This is the time of the year when most people are going to be out deer hunting for many reasons, but primarily the rut,” said North American Whitetail TV host, Laden Force. “We’re getting into that period where hunters are going to bow hunt and gun hunt. They’re trying to take advantage of that key portion of the whitetail season.
“They need gear that is going to help them stay outdoors the longest, regardless of the temperature or inclement weather that might come along because this is also the season of cooling temperatures and storms.”
Force recommends the Hunt Monkey Gloves Ridge Runner as one of his favorite mid-season gloves. He points to the 4-way stretch fabric as one of the things he likes the best.
“They’re easy to get on and off and offer more breathability because of that 4-way stretch fabric. It has nice rubber gripping added to the fingers where it’s needed and has a precision shooting design on the index fingers which makes it easier for a hunter to function with a trigger regardless if it’s a release or a firearm. That also makes it easier for you to load whatever you are hunting with because of the dexterity of the glove.”
Haynes Shelton is also a host of North American Whitetail TV and one of his favorite gloves is the Task Hunt Fleece Glove.
“I’m a fleece guy,” said Shelton, “Fleece is one of the best fabrics for hunting because it’s comfortable, warm and quiet. If you’re hunting a big buck and you can’t make any noise, you need quiet clothing. Many of us turn to fleece for that.”
“Hunt Monkey makes it really work for hunters by adding the synthetic leather palms which give you good purchase on your bow or your gun.”
Hunting gloves for the mid-season are important deer hunting gear.