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Thank all who "voted" in the little email survey we just completed; The overwhelming choice ... both by those who bid and those who did not was MORE AUCTIONS. I'll get them going. Bison vests and coats first; Jewelry next. (and I've got some pieces that have never been on the website, too).
More "New Auctions", "New Stuff" and "Sale" being added as quickly as I can. Keep checking!! Thanks.

SALE SALE - Fingerless Wrist Warmer Gloves

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Original Price $110.00
Current Price $85.00

Never before; never again.  These great gloves on SALE!.   Ron has changed up knitters and designs ... so he says "sell these"!    They were $110.00 for the past 4 years.  NOW JUST $85. until they are gone .... and it won't take long

90% bison down/ 10% nylon midweight yarn.  Machine washable (we usually just air dry).

(this is the old write up from early 2019)  A new "invention" from the good folk at Newberry Knitting ... our long time glove and scarf knitters in Schenectady New York.  These have a beautifully extended cuff on the standard fingerless cuff glove, along with a puckered elastic at the wrist to hold in more heat.  

As much as I love the regular fingerless for both winter bird hunting and stream fishing ... these will be the "go to" for next season; they just keep the wind out that much better.  Right now we have a limited quantity, but I seriously think these will replace the fingerless we have been selling for almost 15 years now; they are just that much better for outdoor wear.

Update Nov 2019:  Took these wrist warmer fingerless with us when Blossom - the English Cocker bird dog - and I went to South Dakota in Early November.  4 degrees and i was just fine with these on (and of course a pair of the Mil Top bison/yak socks, my bison down beanie and neck scarf.  We had a ball (more pictures on request!).


Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Michael K. (North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany)
Warm fingers wiht the Gloves

Finally warm fingers with the "Fingerless Wrist Warmer Gloves" again when fishing in winter.


John H. (California, United States)