Closeouts. Built for warm, dry performance in cold, wet marshes, Browning's Dirty Bird Decoy gloves feature an OutDry® waterproof breathable membrane, PrimaLoft® One insulation and a decoy-length gauntlet.
Reviewed by Scott from Washington on Friday, January 31, 2014
These are light gloves and not meant for really cold weather. The only glove I know of that you can put your hand easily if wet that isn't neoprene. Great gloves for what they are intended and can easily fill the trigger. Overall the best pair of decoy gloves I've ever owned and have been duck hunting for 35 years. I own 5 pairs and one leaked. Sierra traded them for a new pair immediately!
Reviewed by DomesticGoddess from North Carolina on Wednesday, January 15, 2014
I couldn't be happier with the way these keep my hands warm and dry during my weekly pool cleaning chore. I live in NC and own a salt-chlorinated swimming pool. It stays warm enough here in the winter to leave the pool open, but the water does get mighty cold for bare hands. This is my second pair of these gloves (the first pair lasted 2+ years before developing a leak - which was probably my fault from treating them roughly). And they're long enough to keep my sleeves dry too when reaching in to clean out the skimmer baskets.
Reviewed by Sir.Ducks.A.Lot from Ontario,Canada on Friday, October 18, 2013
They fit really nice but if you have a fat hand it may not fit through the wrist part, so if you think a med would fit get the large.... they kept my hands dry in the rain and while picking up decoys but don't have the best insulation.....
Reviewed by Duck doctor from Tennessee on Monday, January 28, 2013
Browning needs to check its products before sending out.... In the field is not where to find out something doesn't work. I really liked the pattern and fit. Allows good tactile sense at trigger finger. Would be great product if was truly water proof.
Reviewed by Campesino from Albuquerque, NM on Tuesday, January 22, 2013
Very pleased with these gloves. Truly waterproof and excellent flexibility of trigger finger. My only complaint is chilly fingers at single digit temperatures, but again I am easily chilled and have had the same issue with every waterfowl glove I have owned. First truly waterproof pair of gloves for me. Love the gauntlet style- no more wet hands all day after setting dekes.