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.
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.
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!
A great all-around gauntlet. Can be used early in the season, or late, and they hold up well. They also have an elastic strap connecting the two gloves so you can hang them over your neck between sets.
This is a heavy, insulated glove that also has a thicker coating put on the had 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.
Vet-Pro™ Trapper Gloves 23" (Large only) These gloves are made of split-grain Palomino leather and are lined with Ballistic Dupont Kevlar felt for puncture resistance. Similar in design to the WARDEN glove. Has extra wide bell cuff with nylon take-up strap to be worn over heavy shirt and coat sleeves worn by trappers and field personnel.
"MADE in the USA"