FootJoy winter golf gloves. They work great for me, I even wear them duck hunting.
I have those as well and they're solid.. No issues gripping a wood stock.I wear a pair of First Lite Merino Wool gloves. With the finger tips cut off (they come like that). My Browning has the rubber-ish stock on it and those gloves grip my gun like crazy. Can't say how they grip a wood stock. But I like em just fine.
I purchased the Orvis Upland gloves and the Orvis cold weather gloves this season. Now don't get me wrong they are crazy expensive for gloves, $98 for the upland gloves and $119 for the cold weather gloves but they have been nothing short of incredible this season! I have hands that get cold even at 30 degrees and these gloves are amazing!! Well worth the $$ they cost in my opinion.What kind of gloves is the general recommendation? I am think about the Orvis upland gloves.
Out of curiosity, I purchased a pair of the Mountain Made gloves to compare to the Striker Second Skin. Today, I wore both on a 11 degree day (-10 below with the wind chill). Striker wins the comfortable and have a little more dexterity but both are very good shooting gloves. MM allowed me to access my cell phone without taking gloves off. MM wins on durability and has a slight edge on warmth. My hands sweat a lot so gloves get wet easily. The MM withstood the frosted over cattails keeping the hands drier. MM gloves dry out quicker could dry on the dash of the truck. Striker gloves once wet are just that and it will need to dry overnight. It seems to me that once insides are wet, the Striker still has a little more warmth. Striker fit a little more true to size while the MM were bigger for me. I ordered an XL and will order a L next time. Both are excellent hunting gloves and got a good test this weekend with the cold and wind. I always carry several pairs so will continue to compare the next few weeks. Great recommendation Labs!When it gets cold I switch to Mountain Made Cold Weather Gloves. Absolutely the best combination of warmth, waterproof, thin & snug enough to easily operate safeties and access the trigger, & all day comfort. For top end cold weather gloves they are pretty reasonable, around $27.00 a pair on Amazon...