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Glacier Glove® Alaska River Fingerless Gloves are constructed of warm, comfortable, WindBlock fleece with 2mm thick neoprene palms for sure gripping power when casting or battling fish. Fingerless design provides unmatched finger dexterity for knot tying and handling fish. Color: Black. Imported.
Fingerless design combines warmth with unmatched dexterity
Simms quality for a quarter the price
My buddies $40 Simms fingerless gloves were impressive but after buying these I would argue these are just as good. (Plus I have extra money for flies, etc) These gloves are high quality, warm, and my finger dexterity was not affected. I could easily tie knots etc despite fly-fishing in 24 degree weather. If you are needing quality at a price, these will fit the bill perfectly. The only down side is a little bulkiness between the fingers but that is to be expected. I got used to them quickly and appreciated feeling my fingers despite the cold.
February 1, 2011
Cold and stay Cold
Rag wool works much better, I,m going to send these back, and the sizes ran big.
January 25, 2011
Better than woolen 1/2 gloves
I use these for work where I am in and out of trucks and have to be able to write and grasp things. I also have two fingers from which I lost the tips in a carpentry accident that get cold very easily and even they stay warm with these gloves.
January 24, 2011
Used it Thanksgiving week catching trout on the Chattooga river in North Georgia and they certainly helped keeping my hands warm.
One thing though is that the seem to need a little breaking in to get flexible. When I first put them on it was hard to tie flies on with them but as the day went on they seemed to become more pliable.
December 3, 2010
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