Smartphones have made it possible to stay connected with hunting buddies unlike ever before, but it’s maddening having to remove a glove every time you want to send a text or take a photo. Thankfully, those days are over if you have a pair of Huntworth Tech Series Gloves (model 1006).
These medium-weight wind-proof gloves fit like a second skin, have a non-slip palm and best of all, are touch-screen compatible for smartphones. Depending on air temps while archery hunting, I might choose a warmer glove for my bow hand, but I always have a model 1006 on my release hand. The 1006 is warm enough for cold temps (I keep my release hand in a pocket or hand muff until I spot a deer), but it’s thin enough as to not hamper my shot. And I can text, check websites and take photos with the 1006 on my release hand. Nice!
I’ll admit I scoffed when I first read about these touch-screen gloves a couple years ago. But I was wrong, and if an old dog like me can learn a new trick, you can, too. As the photo below shows (yes, that’s me a couple of days ago in the treestand during a blizzard in South Dakota), it’s not always nice enough to drop the gloves.