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Glacier Glove Premium Waterproof Glove

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Price: $30.41 - $81.99
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  • Glacier Glove premium waterproof glove with fleece lining.
  • Premium Yamamoto neoprene.
  • Precurved knuckles to prevent fatigue.


Product Description

Glacier Glove premium waterproof glove made with Yamamoto neoprene and blind stitched and glued for waterproof comfort. Neoprene is fleece lined for warmth.

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 4.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B002T1G7M8
  • Item model number: 802BK
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (59 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #8,427 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

The glove is great quality and exactly as described.
Robin J McRae
They are very water resistant, but after rolling and or swimming, water will work it's way in.
I Love White Water Kayaking
These will keep your hands warm but your will get wet.
easybiz

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

29 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Daniel Boisvert on November 21, 2010
Color Name: Black/BlueSize Name: Large Verified Purchase
I bought these for whitewater kayaking, and they're awesome. The long wrists tuck nicely over your drysuit gaskets and under the cuffs, making it pretty hard to get water into them. Combine that with waterproof seams, and the only thing getting my hands wet is sweat. They're WARM. I haven't tried rolling or swimming with them on (who really wants to, when it's cold enough to wear gloves like these?), but my hands have stayed dry through the occasional brace. I've also tried dangling my hands for several minutes in water that was probably in the upper 30's Fahrenheit to see how long it would take for the cold to seep in, and it didn't. Colder water would presumably change this, but I was impressed. One other nice thing about these is that, unlike some other gloves, they stay grippy when cold, so you don't need to death-grip your paddle to hold onto it.

I haven't had them long enough yet to know how long they'll last me, but they're too warm to wear on any but the coldest days and seem pretty durable, so I expect they'll last quite awhile.
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27 of 30 people found the following review helpful By D. Ben Flasher on July 16, 2012
Color Name: Black/BlueSize Name: Medium Verified Purchase
I bought these gloves for a winter trip to Alaska (for aurora viewing, not just for masochism). They were a good fit, and, unlike a lot of "waterproof" gloves that are soaked through after 15 minutes in the snow, these felt like they'd keep my hands dry indefinitely. They don't provide a whole lot of insulation, though. This wouldn't be so bad if I could have gotten my gloved hands into my pockets, but the neoprene exterior tends to be quite sticky; this made getting my hands into and out of my pockets a difficult and sometimes fruitless struggle. I'd also hoped these gloves would allow me enough dexterity for photography, but they made my fingers just a bit too round and soft for the task. Close, but not quite...

I'm sure these gloves would be excellent for paddling in cold weather, and might even hold up in warmer snowy conditions (thirty degrees rather than zero and below). For my purposes, though, they didn't quite work.

(For the record, I switched to a backup pair of Seirus Innovation gloves. Their claims of "waterproof" are quite exaggerated, but they allowed me enough dexterity for photography, and--crucially--allowed my hands to slip easily into my jacket pockets.)
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23 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Lourdes on January 2, 2011
I purchased these to keep my hands warm & dry during rainy bike rides. It did just fine. I rode in a rainy 47F weather and my hands didn't get sweaty. I like the nice grip I had on the bars too. No issues shifting gears either.

Highly recommended...
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By from central Michigan on July 3, 2013
Color Name: Black/BlueSize Name: Small Verified Purchase
They do keep your hands dry and therefore much warmer than they would otherwise be. I like them. Would be nicer if they were a little more durable-they snag or get cuts in them quiet easily. They are exactly what I expected though. Neopren is not sturdy stuff. Over all a good product if you are not going to be doing something that will put little cuts in them from sharp sticks and bushes.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Jessie's Dad on May 11, 2013
Color Name: Black/BlueSize Name: Medium Verified Purchase
Used these for kayaking when the water and weather was pretty cold. Kept my hands warm and dry. They seem to be good quality. I'd buy them again.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Orion on December 7, 2012
Color Name: Black/BlueSize Name: Large Verified Purchase
I bought these to keep my hands warm in winter and rainy conditions, during my 45-60 min. bike commute. They keep the rain out, but the sweat from my hands and that travel down my arms, stays in the glove and quickly freezes them. They do not wick moisture and in fact retain moisture, making them very ineffective at keeping your hands warm. They also were not very wind resistant, which made the issue with moisture in the glove a serious problem, when biking at wind chills 20+ MPH!

I bought some Pearl Izumi gloves (lobster mittens) and they do a great job at wicking sweat away while keeping my fingers comfortably warm, and they're water and wind resistant. They're also soft shells so I have much more dexterity in my hands for biking, or just to take keys or wallet out of my jacket. Unlike the Glacier gloves which were too bulky.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Rek101 on November 18, 2013
Color Name: Black/BlueSize Name: Medium Verified Purchase
My hands still get pretty cold in these, but they are far better than thicker gloves that are not pre-bent. Overall, the best option I've found for cold water kiteboarding. A bit overpriced in my opinion, but I'm not sure what other options are out there that provide as much warmth and flexibility.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Castle Restorations on February 6, 2012
Color Name: Black/BlueSize Name: XX-Large Verified Purchase
I bought these for cycling in colder rainy weather. They do a good job of keeping the rain off your hands on cold wet days. I tried them in colder weather and they were OK but not as warm as other gloves.

The biggest problem with them is that they take forever to dry.
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