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One of the thinnest and most versatile outdoor glove available, this quality Slit Finger Neoprene Glove from Glacier Glove® is perfect for fly fishing, hunting or ATV riding. Tightly stitched together for maximum durability and designed with a 1mm neoprene back and textured polyurethane palm, this glove features slits on the index finger and thumb for increased dexterity. Imported.
Don't Do It!
Seemed ripped trying them on after having them shipped....poor velcro too...unable to tie line because of it....
February 25, 2011
Durable palm GLACIER GLOVES
Back in the early 1990's I had the original ALL neoprene glacier bloves with velcro closure straps. Problem was they were not very durable and the neoprene finger tips wore very quickly.
These gloves to not go as high (do not go past wrists) and do not seal above wrist with velcro straps. But they are much more durable for handling things and pass for normal everyday gloves. The big selling point is that they are much more durable on the palms and finger tips with a plastic like material.
I bought them for being able to read the newspaper in the freezing cold outside waiting for a train or bus.
Are they as warm? Not quite. I used to have my hands sweat with the originals. But they are far warmer then ordinary thin material gloves
I'm happy. But for fishing I still like the all neoprene jobs better. But that's not what I bought them for.
January 25, 2011
These are great thin gloves for cold weather hunting and fishing.
October 15, 2010
These gloves are great for what I use them for and that is fishing or shooting when it is cold and windy in 40-50 degree weather. They break the wind and keep you warm even when they are wet. On a cold day on the lake trying to get some prespawn bass action they are great. A lot better than any other gloves I've used and I like the removable fingers for using a baitcaster.
March 22, 2010
I know nothing about fishing, but my hubby bass fishes. He sometimes complains that his hands get cold, so I thought gloves would be a good idea? Are these gloves good? or would I be better getting those fingerless kind? Cost is not important, I just want to get him something useful....
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