Glacier Glove® Alaska River Fingerless Gloves
- Windblock® fleece
- Neoprene palms
- Fingerless design combines warmth with unmatched dexterity
Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 12 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by EAVAngler Warm gloves 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
Rated 5 out of 5 by JeffCa Gloves are good I only had to use them one day, but the kept my hands very warm and will be using them again in Sept. May 5, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by Shamrock4828 Perfect for Fly Fishing This is actually my second pair of these gloves - lost one of the other pair - and I have had no complaints. They keep your hands warm, the wind from getting to you, and your fingers free to tie on flies, or, strip line. Have used them in both, cold and semi-warm weather, and like the way they feel on my skin better than previous gloves made of neoprene and wool (irritating). If I do get into a situation where I need heavier gloves for a short time (walking/drifting to the next hole), I can usually just slip the other gloves over these without any issue. Have tried gloves with slit fingers and mittens in cold weather, and found them to be clumsy. March 30, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by BudE Glacier Gloves These gloves are comfortable and easy to use with all fishing reels. The full size gloves are better when it is colder. The thumb and forefinger can be exposed on these. I have them both. December 10, 2006
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A:The palms are, but the fleece backs are not. I have fished these in the rain and have been very pleased with the results.
A:The palm is rubberized, so that is water proof, but the back of the hand is NOT waterproof. It is fleece so it repells some water, but not all. Even when your hands get wet, they stay warm.
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