On that topic, this week we’re talking field dressing supplies and more specifically, Cabela’s Game-Cleaning Gloves. Get ready and suit up! At first glance, these gloves might have you thinking that you’re fixing to preg check cows, and in truth they are very similar. The Cabela’s Game-Cleaning Gloves are shoulder-length gloves with elastic bands at the top, so they don’t fall down while you work. These aren’t like the thick rubber yellow dish gloves your wife has, they are a thinner plastic that allow you to have maximum feeling while you work. Finger tips to shoulders, you are completely covered and when you are done you can peel these off and you are completely clean.
This package comes with 4 pairs of the shoulder length gloves, plus 4 pairs of standard disposable gloves as well as 4 sanitary towelettes. The whole package is small and fits easily in your pack without adding weight or taking up space. The best part, you can pick this up for less than $5.
Up until this point, I’ve always used the standard latex gloves for field dressing. The caveat with those gloves is that they are short and only cover your hands. When you go reaching into the chest cavity to sever the windpipe and pull out the internals you are often reaching up to your elbows to get the job done. So, your hands stay clean, but your forearms are bloody which isn’t ideal. With the Cabela’s Game-Cleaning Gloves you have complete coverage and a cost-effective way to stay clean and sanitary in the field. You’re going to want to check them out y’all!
Keep it clean