After all the advice about protecting yourself from the sun and heat of Africa, you may be forgiven for thinking that women's safari gloves are the last thing you need to pack.
However, you will be glad you remembered to bring warm, cosy gloves for the cold mornings or evenings especially when you are riding in the back of an open hunting or game-viewing truck, clinging on to the cold metalwork for dear life. Southern Africa has a particularly cold winter season from June to September.
Also if you are hunting and are used to wearing gloves for shooting, you may need to wear them most of the time when out in the bush. There is usually very little time to put them on just before your shot.
In addition, if you are walking in the African bush you may just want to protect your hands from cuts from thorns and sharp rocks etc. If the terrain is rough or steep and the vegetation is thick, you often have to grab onto branches to steady yourself and most branches in Africa carry sharp thorns.
Please note, this page contains affiliate links, which means Shakari Connection receives a commission if you make a purchase using these links.
Shooting gloves made from rugged, yet sensitive, deerskin for maximum softness, grip, and dexterity. Cut long at the cuff to protect wrists. Buy Now
These finglerless gloves protect and keep the hands warm but allows free and unhindered dexterity. Constructed of a windproof, highly water resistant softshell exterior. The inside of the gloves are lined with 100% polyester fleece that helps to wick moisture away from your hands while providing insualtion from the cold. Buy Now
These women's shooting gloves have seamless fingertips, articulated thumbs with flexible and protective knuckle fabric. Buy Now