Bob Allen Leather Insulated Shooting Gloves

5.00 out of 5
(4 customer reviews)


  • Size: XS , S , M, L , XL,  2XL & 3XL
  • Color: Black & Brown
  • Full aniline Cabretta leather
  • 40 gram Thinsulate insulation
  • Flat seams
  • Elastic wristband

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XS, S, M, L, XL, 2XL, 3XL


Black, Brown

4 reviews for Bob Allen Leather Insulated Shooting Gloves

  1. 5 out of 5

    Judd P. Knaup (verified owner)

    I have just (2/2018) received the above gloves, and have not yet had time to put them through their paces. However, I have never had a pair of gloves that have fit so well, felt so wearable, and felt so good and soft. Based on previous experience with BobAllen gloves, these should last a LONG time. The only thing that could improve their features, is if they came with a GoreTex lining, But then they might not have the flexibility and “feel-ability” that they do now? I’m happy with my purchase.

  2. 5 out of 5

    James Cowan

    Bought my first pair about 20 years ago. Loved them so much I had the seams on the fingers stitched twice. Now there is no more to stitch and I excited to get my new pair. Being 55, these gloves are the best fitting, most comfortable glove I have ever worn! Highly recommend.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Chris Madson (verified owner)

    I’ve used the insulated version of these gloves for creeping up past 30 years now. The tactile sensitivity in these gloves is surprisingly good. No problem getting the safety off when that unexpected rooster flushes. What surprises me is how warm these gloves are. I’d guess I’ve used them in single-digit temperatures during late-season birds hunts— in temperatures that low, I don’t lose feeling in my fingers and can still work a scattergun. I also use these gloves during many of my mid-season big-game hunts in the Wyoming high country. A marvelous combination of touch and warmth.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Mark Smith (verified owner)

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Q: Do you have a comparison chart- mens glove size to women’s glove size?
— Asked by dclafontsee on December 8, 2020
A: Unfortunately I do not. Thanks, Lori
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Q: These are men's gloves. If I take a size medium in womens, what would I take in these ? Are they wind proof?
— Asked by Marianne on February 24, 2021
A: Marianne, I believe that a small men would be comparable to a medium womens glove. Thanks, Lori
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Q: Do you have a sizing chart for your gloves. One review I saw said they ran small. Thanks in advance.
— Asked by Dale Arnold on December 30, 2018
A: Dale, We no longer use a sizing chart for our gloves due to it not being exact. You should not have any problems getting the same size you would in other gloves. I am not aware of the sizes running small. Thnanks Lori
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A: Dale, I am very sorry but we do not have a chart like that. Thanks, Lori
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Q: What is the finger length on these for 3XL?
— Asked by Mike on November 28, 2018
A: Mike, The index finger from the v between this and the next finger is 3 3/4" then they go 4 1/2" 4" and 3 1/4"
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Q: Your leather insulated shooting gloves say NOTHING about their insulation in your description. Are they insulated, and if so, with what, and are they rated as to coldness???????
— Asked by Judd Knaup on February 14, 2018
A: Hi Judd, Our Leather Insulated Shooting Gloves are lined with 40 gram Thinsulate insulation. If you have any further questions please let us know. Thank you, Briana
Q: Briana - Thanks for answering my question as to insulation. One more though - Ad says "improved ability to resist moisture." I'm guessing that does not mean waterproof, but just how resistant might they be? Thanks again!
— Asked by Judd Knaup on February 15, 2018
A: Hi Judd, You are correct they are not waterproof, but they are water resistant. Meaning they will resist some water, but will not do well in pouring rain or being submerged in water. If you have any further questions please let us know. Thank you, Briana

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