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Hanz Waterproof Gloves

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Product Description

This breakthrough technology glove is lightweight, windproof, waterproof, breathable and is so malleable you can do just about anything; from tying twine to tightening screws and even string a fishing line. Hanz allows your hand perspiration to escape through the patented MVT membrane so your hands really stay dry. Made with a combination of nylon and Lycra for durability and stretch. Sizes: Medium or Large.

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 4.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B0008F4EZY
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (92 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #38,379 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

My hands are in water a lot and these gloves keep them completely dry and still allow me enough dexterity to to do my work.
J. Stifnell
There not lying when they tell you your hands won't get wet but the outside oremains wet as it takes longer for them to dry with the inside waterproof membrane.
marsha williard
As a professional outdoor photographer, I needed a pair of gloves that would keep my hands warm, and dry, even in the worst winter weather.
Freddy the Frog

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

68 of 68 people found the following review helpful By Freddy the Frog on October 27, 2008
As a professional outdoor photographer, I needed a pair of gloves that would keep my hands warm, and dry, even in the worst winter weather.

Prior to getting these gloves, I had to wear mittens, or thick winter gloves, I'd pull my hands out to use my camera equipment, then tuck my hands back into my pockets or regular winter garments.

These SealSkinz are the best thing.. they sort of remind me of thin neoprene diver's gloves (I'm also a retired Navy Diver),yet they keep your hands completely dry and it's the wet which chills your hands to the bone quicker than anything!

Of course, you can't dip your hands completely into the water (past the cuff) or you will have water in the gloves, thus defeating the thermal protection altogether. However, if you did need a pair for intermediate cold water diving/snorkeling, then these seem as if they would work somewhat as exposure gear underwater (with water in and outside the gloves), this is also how wet-suits work.. water gets in and warms up next to your skin.

Want to keep your hands dry? Then feel free to put them in water, just not past the cuff.. enough said.

What they do for me, is provide protection for my hands, from cold and wet and still have enough dexterity to operate my camera equipment and all the controls I need to access. Very good grip also, which is helpful when handling rain covered tri-pods and other equipment requireing knob adjustments. Handling a metal tri-pod on a cold day is no treat, these gloves also solve that issue.

I think they would be great for anyone who has to function in wet conditions, needs the added dexterity and doesn't really need a "work" glove. I don't think they would hold up to much abrasion nor sheet metal work, for example.
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47 of 49 people found the following review helpful By David Lawrence on January 17, 2013
Color Name: BlackSize Name: X-Large Verified Purchase
There is a UK company called Sealskinz that makes waterproof, high performance gloves for outdoor activities. They are touted on YouTube and outdoor sports forums for their quality.

These gloves are NOT from that company.

Instead, they are cheap (in quality, not price) knockoffs supposedly from a company called "Hanz Extremity Wear." How they got to use the "SealSkinz" Trademark in the US is beyond me. Even the logo is similar--both use the image of a seal, but the UK company uses a "C" shaped half-ring around the seal, while the knockoffs use a blue triangle.

These gloves are thin, with zero insulation. In spite of being thin, the awkward stitching around the fingers means you don't really get much dexterity. They "are" waterproof, at least by my fill-the-sink-and-dunk-my-hand test, which is better than some of the other accounts I've heard (I guess I lucked out in the quality control lottery).

What gets me is they have a "Made in the USA" logo on the packaging. With it's blatant trademark infringement, flimsy build quality, and sketchy QC, these gloves embody everything we Yanks usually direct at "Made in China" junk.
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22 of 22 people found the following review helpful By J. Stifnell on January 30, 2010
Color Name: BlackSize Name: Men's Large Verified Purchase
I am a window cleaner and I got these for working in the winter. My hands are in water a lot and these gloves keep them completely dry and still allow me enough dexterity to to do my work. I highly recommend these gloves.
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By P. Eich on March 5, 2011
Because the gloves are relatively thin, they are convenient, I don't have to take them off to use my fingers for most 'touchy' work. Because of the membrane, I've worn them hunting for years, and never suffered wet hands. Even better, the membrane works flawlessly, so they do not become damp from my own sweat. Lastly, with a pair of handwarmers, they have worked well even with temps below freezing for relatively long times. It's hard to believe how well they work to keep my hands warm given how thin they are.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By R. P. Crockett on January 12, 2012
Color Name: BlackSize Name: Men's Large Verified Purchase
I first bought these in the XL version, which I kept, and then bought the large. I normally have a hard time finding gloves that fit my big hands. The XL size is actually loose on me, both across the hand, and on each finger and thumb.

The large version fits perfectly, and snug. I have actually dipped each hand into a bucket of water, both while wiggling, and clenching my fist and opening my hand - and my hands stay dry. These will be my go-to gloves for snow blowing, and the XL version will reside in my car to be used when scrapping snow off the windows - the XL version being easier/faster to take on and off.

These are not bulky. As I also ride my recumbent in the winter, these will be my go-to glove when it's wet out, and is thin enough to use while riding.

In closing, please note that I usually have to buy at least a XXL glove, and the large size fits well and snugly.
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17 of 22 people found the following review helpful By tylerb on December 16, 2011
Color Name: BlackSize Name: Small
I bought these gloves for a "blue water" sailing trip where hands are on the tiller of a very wet boat for hours on end. I wore a Smartwool liner under the gloves.

Whether they are really waterproof or not is still up for debate, I found that my liners were soaked through after several hours of use, but I can neither confirm or deny that perspiration was the cause.

What I can confirm is that if you are wearing these gloves and have to manipulate anything made of Velcro you are in for the most frusting adventure of your life. I never realized how many "outdoor related" things these days are equipped with Velcro until I had these gloves on.....even my rainsuit has Velcro on the wrists and neck. It is literally impossible to wear these gloves in a Velcro environment and have any meaningful use of your hands.

I also found that these gloves snag and tear easly when using any object that isn't perfectly smooth (I tore a hole in mine when it was snagged on a sail clasp held with a cotter pin)

Another setback is that the gloves seemed to shrink after the first use....I first put them on dry and they fit on my hands over the wool liners just fine....I removed them to rack out and could not get them back on to save my life... even without the liners....

I can say that while I had them on my hands never got cold....but that is the only positive.
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