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Drake Waterfowl Mossy Oak Duck Blind MST Refuge Gore-Tex Gloves

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The MST Refuge Gore-Tex Glove is designed for those "in between" times of the season where you need more than a lightweight glove, but it isn't nearly cold enough for a heavy insulated glove. This MST glove is constructed of our Refuge HS shell fabric and treated with DWR (Durable Water Repellant) to act as the first line of defense against the elements. The Gore-Tex membrane delivers 100% waterproof/breathable protection that waterfowl hunters need to be effective in the field.
One of these key features is the Stay Put liner system. This internal liner system eliminates the bunching, twisting, and pulling of the liner that is common with other gloves. This problem can be especially troubling when your hands are wet when you put on your gloves, only to have the liner try to turn inside-out when you remove the gloves. Our Stay Put liner system eliminates this frustrating problem.

  • Stay Put Liner System
  • Digitized goat skin leather palm and fingers for grip and dexterity
  • Midweight 180g fleece lining for mid-season temperatures
  • Single-layer neoprene cuff
  • Refuge Hard-Shell outer fabric
  • Gore-Tex waterproof/breathable membrane
  • Pre-curved fingers for better fit and movement

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  1. Finally, a good glove!

    Posted by Scott Smyth on 8th Nov 2012

    The Stay Put Liner system is great. Usually after a few trips, the fingers in my gloves are one big clump of frustration. Not so anymore. Great protection from water and cold. Only draw back is they are a little snug. I had to return mine for one size larger due to the width of my hands. other than that, I have finally found a good waterfowl glove.

  2. Great gloves not sized right

    Posted by Unknown on 26th Oct 2012

    If you have big hands. XL is really not that XL. The gloves are awesome though. Submerged my hands in 20 degree water and they didn't even get wet.