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Scent Blocker® Outfitter¿ RainBlocker® Gloves

Complete your odor-control system with these accessories, featuring ScentBlocker SPF 50 activated carbon to adsorb odors. RainBlocker waterproof, breathable protection. Soft synthetic palm treatment for superior grip. Curved hand design. Imported. Sizes: M/L, XL/2XL. Camo patterns: Mossy Oak Break-Up® Infinity™ , Realtree AP™ .
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Would this gloves be suitable for around 20 degree weather?

I am an ohio hunter and it tends to get cold up in the stand and would like warm gloves. I know scent blocker makes good stuff, but my only question is would these be warm enough? Thanks!!

Kevin
Age: Under 25
Gender: Male
asked 2 years, 10 months ago
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Ohioboy1
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Most of our clothing lines do not have temperature ratings assigned due to too many external variables involved to accurately rate most garments. There are many factors involved, such as an individual's metabolic rate, overall tolerance to cold, calorie intake and weather conditions, among others. Proper layering under the garment is also a major factor in temperature tolerance. With that being said, Scent Blocker® Outfitter™ RainBlocker® Gloves is designed for cold weather.
answered 2 years, 10 months ago
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CabelasExpert14
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probably good down to 20 degrees, but when I wear them in bitter cold weather I use liner gloves such as scentblocker wool S3 under them, or Underarmour liner gloves. I also treat them with DWR spray for added saturation protection from all day down pours in the moutains, or river bottoms.
Country: United States
State: Colorado
Age: 56-65
Gender: Male
answered 2 years ago
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colradobucks
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Since there isn't any insulating fabric temps below 40 degree's might be alittle chili on the fingers.
Age: 46-55
Gender: Male
answered 2 years, 7 months ago
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PCH3030
Albany, GA
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