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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.
I like these gloves because they keep your hands dry and warm and the neoprene is thin so you can use your hands for things like handling fish and even tying knots. The one thing I didn't like was the finger slits. I don't see much use in them. It doesn't help you tie knots because the material is already thin and they let in water and cold. Overall good gloves.
May 30, 2008
These gloves are comfortable, the velcro holds well, and the neoprene keeps your hands dry, the only down side is that they are not the best for warmth, and that the slits cut for you fingers are kinda large and if you dont have them open then the cold will get in, so if you dont mind having 4 cold fingers these will keep the rest warm and allow you to keep all your dexterity!
March 27, 2008
get what you pay for
A solid glove for the money. I wouldn't wear them in near freezing temps, but they work fine in early April in New England.The palm is a little thin ,but still durale. The neoprene helps keep the cold out when changing baits or removing hooks ,but won't stop frostbite;)
March 11, 2008
I have to say these gloves are not how they advertise. I figured being on the ice all day long why not try these gloves, heres what I found. One, they DO NOT keep your hands warm, they are paper thin, they are NOT waterproof (only the tips of the fingers) There is no velcro strap. I am very un-happy with the purchase. I guess i'll have to try out the bass pro gloves.
January 29, 2008
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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