Deerhunter Muflon light Gloves Art green
They fit well, haven't tried them in bad weather yet, but are warm and comfortable. Lining is stitched in so it doesn't pull put when you take them off which is a plus. I'd call the colour brown, but its exactly how they look on the screen
Also thanks to Andrew at Bushwear for getting UPS to make another delivery attempt
The sizes are on the generous side
Great fit and really warm happy with them cak face
Been using them for years, these are just a replacement!
The gloves were good quality and Bushwear customer service is excellent. Only reason I gave 4 stars is sizing. I’m normally a large but these came up big and needed to change for a medium.
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Keep warm with Muflon Light Hunting Gloves. Hunting gloves from the Muflon Light hunting clothing are especially suitable for spring and autumn hunting. The series consists of a hunting jacket, a pair of hunting trousers and a pair of warm deerhunter gloves with 2-way stretch and Deer-Tex Performance Shell for weather and wind protection.
|Shell||100% Polyester Double Knitted Twill w. Stretch|
|Details||50% Polyurethane, 50% Polyamide Suede|
|Lining||100% Polyester Lining|
|Membrane||Deer-Tex® Performance Shell|
Size came up very, very small, I measured my hand and even being generous I needed a large, I tried them on and were a bit tight but thought they would loosen up a bit,they didn't so I gave them to my wife as couldn't send them back as I had worn them twice and had no packaging left.
I have not really looked at this item yet as it is a Christmas present for someone
Great service, delivered next day, a cracking, good fitting, not like the cheaper baggy ones found elsewhere for that price.
Feels and looks like it should cost a lot more, with the colour burgundy/ claret perfect.
Just got this - have not used it yet - the wide tyres should go over boggy ground better and the fact that it has 4 wheels should distribute the weight better for "bog-trotting" - easily enough assembled ( though I don't know why they don't assemble them in the factory ?!), one design improvement would be to have solid rubber tyres rather than pump-ups, so puncture-proof over sharp stones etc - after all, who wants to repair punctures in the pouring rain etc ?!