Go seamless! Because they're both warm and waterproof, these smooth, snug-fitting IceArmor Dry Skinz Gloves by Clam are perfect for your cold-weather tasks requiring fingertip dexterity and grip control. The DexShell® membrane offers superior waterproof, breathable performance and doesn't hinder the flexibility and warmth of the outer materials, so your hands stay dry, comfortable, and able to perform intricate tasks without removing your gloves. The flexible outer is made of 88% nylon/2% spandex/10% elastics; thermal performance inner is 90% acrylic/10% nylon. Extra-long cuffs.
Outer: 88% nylon/2% spandex/10% elastics
Inner: 90% acrylic/10% nylon
Thin, snug-fitting, warm, and dry
Ideal for cold-weather tasks requiring dexterity
Seamless design with added grip control
Waterproof, breathable DexShell membrane
Web ID: 2214621
Rated 1 out of
fingertips got holesi got these gloves to put chains on my tires for snow. while they give u great mobility they do not keep your fingers warm. they also wore out the finger tips in about 10 chain installs. not worth the money
Date published: 2019-02-28
Rated 1 out of
Not waterproof , fit is poor, not warmNot waterproof at all. The fingers are oddly long, very cold. Awful product. I think my hands are warmer being bare than in the gloves
Date published: 2018-12-26
Rated 1 out of
Not waterproofbought these glove for a trip to canada and they will find the tip of every hook you are near they are NOT waterproof t least the pair I had were not.
Date published: 2018-11-25
Rated 2 out of
Not for Cold weatherThe gloves are nice-looking and somewhat flexible. Can maneuver fishing lines reasonably well. True to size. Don't try to go smaller to make them tighter as the glove will stretch too much and feel too tight by the thumbs and the webbing between your fingers. Fishing hooks stick to the material very easily, so be CAREFUL. THE WORST part- they are NOT for cold days at all. My fingers were colder with the gloves on (at about 30-35°) than without them, actually, they were frozen! They are, however, water proof. Can be submerged in water without being wet, but you will definitely feel the coldness of the water and then it will be very difficult to recover the warmth. I had to put my naked hands in my pockets and also tried blowing on them, but gloves were no help at all. These MAY be better for warmer yet cool days... maybe in Spring or Fall. But if you're looking for winter gloves save your money and look for something warmer like Simms insulated gloves, although they are a bit pricier and thicker. Since they are thicker, you will not be able to tie knots in those unless you remove your fingers from the glove with the foldable fingers feature which will allow you to remove your fingers to tie knots. Not too bad since the rest of your fingers will stay warm I guess.