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Glacier Glove Premium Waterproof Glove

4 out of 5 stars 215 customer reviews
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Price: $24.95 - $59.95
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Some day I will come across a glove that will keep my hand toasty because I enjoy paddling in the Fall and early Spring.
These fit well and did exactly what she expected.
I was able to put my hand into the water and grab chunks of ice out of the river without ever getting wet.
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  • neoprene
  • Glacier Glove premium waterproof glove with fleece lining.
  • Premium Yamamoto neoprene.
  • Precurved knuckles to prevent fatigue.

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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.

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  • Shipping Weight: 4.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B002T1G7M8
  • Item model number: 802BK
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (215 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,006 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Size: LargeColor: Black/Blue 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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Size: MediumColor: Black/Blue 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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I had mine since 1996 when they first came out. In arctic like mountaineering conditions you just cannot beat a down mitten with a Gortex shell, so neoprene gloves may have some limitation in the super cold arenas of climbing, but for 90% of the sports I play these gloves not only exceed they excel! Just by wearing them my ice climbing came up a full grade! The grip is that amazing & your forearms don't feel as pumped! I have used them crack climbing but this tore them up, however, on Devils Tower it was worth dedicating a pair of these gloves to the climb! I love these for Sea & white water kayaking & riverboarding & I imagine they would be perfect for SUP. I wear these bike touring on & off road & my friend who are really into extreme downhill mountain biking tell me they are awesome for this. Finally on several occasions I have substituted my SCUBA diving gloves for these & I liked their performance way more. They have some temperature limitations though I have worn them in the Icy North Atlantic on a SCUBA wreck diving expedition to newfoundland & my hands were not too cold, They have great dexterity which was something my thicker cold water gloves lacked. Overall, I love these & always carry them for these sports.
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Size: LargeColor: Black/Blue Verified Purchase
This is the second set of Glacier Gloves I've owned and used.
My first pair were the early generation without the articulated fingers.
That pair lasted me the Continental divide trail from Chama NM where i picked them up through the entire state of Colorado until i mailed them home from Wyoming.
I only managed to kill them by using them while splitting wood in the Big Horns of Wyoming last week.
They wont take heavy abrasion.
But they are superb for snow use and wielding an ice axe.
This new pair with articulated fingers fit even better though i wont be splitting wood with them.
I will use them to shovel snow and ride a snow machine this winter.
The wrist velcro fastener being a loose piece of veclro tape is an improvement as well over the old style.
I can tighten them while driving the rhino and i am no longer afraid to lose one or take one off as it is both easier to put them on and the pair can be securely linked and worn around the neck when not in use.
Great product though a bit fragile.
Everything is a compromise and these do so toward the sticky grip, dexterity, and comfort side while sacrificing a bit of durability.
They are somewhat easier to don over wet hands that the predecessors owing to better microfleece linings.

For the money they are an above average value and perform excellantly.
I recommend them for outdoor sports, and light work where abrasion is moderate to minimal.
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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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