XKG Mid-Weight Gloves

XKG5050-CH-M

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The XKG Mid-Weight Gloves are ideal for the cooler days of late summer through the early fall hunts. Providing dependable weatherproof protection from wind and occasional precipitation, this glove is a crucial piece of your XKG layering system.

  • Conductive Fingertips for Touchscreen Devices
  • Tri-Laminate 4-Way Stretch
  • Grid Fleece Lined
  • Rubberized Grip
  • Velcro Cuff
  • 90% Polyester 10% Spandex
  • Weighs 2.2 oz.

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XKG Mid-Weight Gloves

TECH & FEATURE CALLOUTS

Conductive Fingertips for Touchscreen Devices

Keep your gloves on and still use your devices on chilly mornings.

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Padded Palms and Rubberized Grip Fingertips

Extra protection and comfort for rugged tasks.

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Tri-Laminate 4-Way Stretch Backing

Providing dependable weatherproof protection from wind and occasional precipitation.

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Velcro Closure

Adjustable strap to secure and lock in heat.

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01 Conductive Fingertips for Touchscreen Devices

Keep your gloves on and still use your devices on chilly mornings.

02 Tri-Laminate 4-Way Stretch Backing

Providing dependable weatherproof protection from wind and occasional precipitation.

03 Padded Palms and Rubberized Grip Fingertips

Extra protection and comfort for rugged tasks.

04 Velcro Closure

Adjustable strap to secure and lock in heat.

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From our customers

★★★★★

The XKG Mid-Weight Gloves are great pair of gloves. They are warm yet not bulky and fit snug enough to be able to easily handle hunting gear without removing them. I look forward to using these gloves in a couple of weeks chasing turkeys here in Wisconsin.

Pete Villas

Peshtigo ,WI

★★★★★

I enjoyed wearing these while hunting. They comfortable and snug to your hand, perfect for mildly cold weather in the Midwest. Not a bother at all while holding a Bow. The only con I would have is that the grip lines on the fingers tore off very quickly after a couple of uses.

Corey Worobi

South Lyon, MI