One of the vital pieces of equipment that you should make sure you have when starting out with the sport of archery is a shooting glove. These gloves are available in a range of styles and sizes to suit all types of shooter from the smallest child to the largest man.
If you are going to shoot with any level of consistency you will need to ensure that your fingers aren’t sore after the first few shots. If you aren’t used to shooting a bow there is no doubt that the discomfort will quickly grow to outright pain before very long if you are shooting without a glove. An archery glove will help your accuracy and control and will maintain a consistent level of comfort as you continue shooting.
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Shooting gloves are generally three fingered gloves with added padding covering the fingertips to ensure you get the maximum level of comfort possible. These gloves may be made of supple leather and they can either look like a traditional pair of gloves that cover the majority of the hand or they may simply provide you with fingertip protection, joining to a leather strap that secures around your wrist.
It is not really necessary to buy an expensive glove for shooting your compound bow, however more expensive models are available. Some of the gloves that cost a little more will have added features at the finger tips such as nylon tips as added padding.
It may be possible that you have an overly large hand and this may mean that the glove you buy costs a few dollars more too.
The way in which the archery glove is designed is to enable the most amount of movement and freedom possible for your hand while still providing a great deal of protection for the sensitive part of your hand. These gloves are lightweight and will not restrict your ability to reach for arrows, nor will they overheat the hand and cause it to become uncomfortably sweaty.