Best choppers?

  • wkw
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    #2080670

    What are the best cold weather mittens?

    Bearcat89
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    North branch, mn
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    #2080673

    There’s a post in the ice fishing thread that I asked about a week ago. I bought some moose hide choppers and wool mitts for inside. They showed up today and are awesome. I just can’t remember the place I got them. And I got the lady some deer skin from Owatonna leather place.

    James Almquist
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    #2080674

    I really like the Axeman brand that they sell at L&M. I own 3 pair. One for the house and one in the truck and one in the 4Runner. Really warm and seem very well built. I like the fact that there is no liner so when I pull them off it dose not become 2 pieces.

    wkw
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    #2080677

    Yeah, I’m taking them off and on a lot so a one piece would be best.

    Bearcat89
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    #2080683

    Yeah, I’m taking them off and on a lot so a one piece would be best.

    Mine don’t need a liner I use it for extra because I’m out side all day in bad conditions. Extra warmth is good

    Bearcat89
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    #2080798

    I need new choppers

    Hookset
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    Southern MN
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    #2081543

    Century leather Owatonna

    ElySnoBearIceFishing
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    #2081552

    As mentioned earlier, some sort of choppers. specifically, my vote is for beaver choppers! If you can get your hands on/in a pair of beaver choppers, you can go from frozen tip-up wrapping cold to toasty warm in a matter of seconds. Add some sort of wool liner and you have the perfect duo.

    Bearcat89
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    North branch, mn
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    #2081556

    Century leather Owatonna

    Thats the ones I bought. I bought the gauntlets and they are the real deal. I personally wear a finger wool glove under them, it’s not needed but when I take them off my had is still covered and I can use my fingers.

    Steve Johnson
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    #2082776

    I use these:

    Not leather, but though and easy on/off and good grip.

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