Bead palm cotton gloves
This is a cotton glove with rubber dots all over the glove. This is also the glove I use for my dirt trapping. I like the feel I get with the cotton glove, and the dots give me the grip I need. I was mine in baking soda before the season, and let them hang out to air dry. Buy extras so you can change them out when a pair gets soiled. Rewash and reuse. I have been using the same gloves for years.
Black knit wrist glove
The same great feel as the "super flex" glove, but has the knit wrist. A little tighter feel, and it keeps it from riding up your jacket.
12" black rubber glove
The "super flex" fox glove is just that--a great rubber glove for the trapper who wants the most in scent control. Also has many other uses around the fur shed, and at a great price too!
Uncle Freddies Gloves-non-insulated
Uncle Freddie's long, 26 inch non-insulated gloves bring a whole new level of performance for trappers and waterfowl hunters. Unlike other trapper’s gauntlets our gloves are flexible, super tough, and last a long time!
Polar Paw gauntlet
This is a heavy, insulated glove that also has a thicker coating put on the hand part of the glove. A choice by many cold water trappers. The gloves also have a strap to connect the two so that you can hang them over your neck between sets.
Uncle Freddies Gloves-insulated
Uncle Freddie's long, 26 inch insulated gloves bring a whole new level of performance for trappers and waterfowl hunters. Unlike other trapper’s gauntlets our gloves are flexible, super tough, and last a long time!