Overall: 4.3 / 5 based on 35 reviews
28 of 35 reviewers would recommend this product to a friend.
Superior Gloves - Best I Have Ever Worn -
By: FlyFshrOfCT from Norwalk, CT
Top 1000 Contributor
I have purchased these same gloves at least four times over the last 20 years and they are my main glove of choise. I don't use them for clays or shooting but for everyday use, driving, a night out, warmth, you name it. They are snug, fashionable and the pebbled palm is great for gripping all sorts of objects. I can't rave enough about them. I often get compliments on them and always recommend them to t hose who ask. I will always buy and continue to buy them.
no negative reviews -
will not post negative reviews just keep returning them
Trusty Gear -
By: cplines from Atlanta, Ga.
Simple & straightforward: Earns it merits at the range as well as driving to get there; although not quite as supple as an Orvis issue of essentially the same product a few years back.
Hand in Glove -
By: RealRafe from Ashland MA
The quality is back, I purchase this glove every year and give as a gift to my two sons. They both love the product. Last year the quality was poor, I'm thrilled to say the quality this year is better than ever, Thanks
Fine Gloves -
By: thunderwolf from Wausau, WI
Very comfortable, excellent fit. Good for warm day of shooting or hunting.
By: hoosierboy from Indiana
Top 10 Contributor
Nice leather and the fit is perfect for my medium hands.They also make great driving gloves too.
Leather Die Issue -
The gloves are well made and fit perfectly. However the black leather die is coming off on my hands. I have other black shooting gloves that don't have this problem. This is the second item puchased recently from Orvis that has had quality problems.
Glove in Hand 1 -
By: Jpuck from Maine
This seems to be a good product, but it was not what I wanted. It was a lined/insulated pair and all I want is a pair of leather shooting gloves.
Nice gloves -
Gloves appear well made. I ordered the XL size. The left glove fit perfectly but the right is tight. I just think it will take a little breaking in and possibly a wet / soak and stretch session.