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  • SKU: 1112011

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Ideal for fresh and saltwater use, Lindy®'s Fish Gloves are made from a flexible anti-cut SuperFabric™. This revolutionary, durable construction allows for 800% more puncture and cut protection than any other fishing glove available. Providing safe and efficient fish handling, fish slime and odors easily rinse out of these chemical-resistant gloves. Machine washable.

Lindy® Fish Gloves 4.5 5 16 16
Works As noted by others glove runs small, does protect from spines, grip on fish is not as "sticky" as other reviews make it out to be, protection stops at edge of palm leaving base of hand and wrist vulnerable, ripped stitches on neoprene pulling on glove on second day of use. Overall product works but could stand several areas of improvement. September 19, 2012
great but with drabacks the glove is very strong and durable but but i washandling a 27 inch walley and his gill plate sliced the part that covers your wrist because it does not have the puncture proof layers also rapala makes the same glove for cheepe, but it is still a good glove. it also develops a thick slime/blood layer after handling pike and walley that is annoying to wash off. July 30, 2012
Save your hands Have used this brand glove for years. Very tough. Finger and palm covering is practically impervious to fins, teeth and hooks. Easy to clean, does not absorb fish slime/blood, etc., dries in minutes, rinse in water and done. Only have to replace when lost. July 14, 2012
Very tough These gloves are super tough, nothings gonna get thru them and harm you. I tend to wear these sometimes when I dont wanna have a fishy hand either. Kees a great grip on the fish and saves you the trouble of having the fish accidentally slip and either cut you or end up flopping on the ground. These are pretty thick and so if you have them while holding your rod you might not feel as many bites. Also doing things that require a bit of dexterity are out of the question, like tying knots, but thats not what this is for. September 15, 2011
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If you have extra large hands don't order, otherwise get largest size
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medium is 8.5 inches large is 9.5 inches long
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Get the large/extra large unless you have very small hands
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Too big is better than too small.
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order larger than you wear
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The order form says right or left, yet the item refers to "gloves."
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One glove, right or left. If you are right handed get a left hand glove.
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1 glove
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One glove only
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right and left are not sold as a set. you must get one or the other. or both and pay twice.
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I'm not completely sure since I do not own any but from the picture and the price I would say if you order a left yellow you will get just the yellow left glove. The picture shows the backside of a left glove and the palm of a left glove and the material required to make the gloves puncture and cut resistant is expensive so if the gloves really are 800% puncture and cut resistant then it would be a very very good deal for a pair.
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No feel, fabric very stiff, not waterproof
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the palm side is water proof the other side is not. you cant feel smaller or less ferocious fish with this on while holding a pole
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I don't wear them while fishing - just to handle fish.
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It fits better after a few washes. Not waterproof at all. I don't fish with it on. Too bulky. If I get a fish that looks to be trouble I put it on to land it.
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It depends on YOUR hand size, my hands are a tad smaller the a large, which makes the gloves a little baggy, and alittle bigger than a medium, which makes the medium gloves so tight a cant fit my fingers in comfortable. They feel pretty good while fishing as long as they fit you real well and they are NOT waterproof sadly.
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Not for wamth. Not waterproof.
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No and No. This glove is for puncture protection and gripping the fish only. But they do this well.
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The gloves are uninsulated and NOT waterproof so they will keep your hands comfortable at first then get cold after a bit or if you get them wet your hands will most likely get cold fast.
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definitely not waterproof, takes a couple hours to dry after a clean release.
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