About this item
- Water-Resistant: Long fishing trips can get tough, but with dry hands, it becomes much more manageable. Stormr gloves are glued and blind stitched with flexible seams that are watertight. THESE GLOVES ARE WATERPROOF UNLESS submerged.
- OPTIONAL KEVLAR - SELECT KEVLAR BLACK COLOR GLOVES for KEVLAR Index finger and thumb, great for using braided line and with offshore and bait casting reels. RED GLOVE does not have KEVLAR Fingers.
- Ultra-Durable: For the toughest conditions. COLOR:Kevlar Black has Kevlar Index finger and thumb, great for using braided line, offshore and bait casting reels. Perfect for outdoor activities that require superior grip, durability, warmth and comfort.
- Warmth and Comfort: Defy the elements while keeping a firm comfortable grip in wet or dry condition. The material on the palm and fingers is soft and highly durable. The wrist closure is adjustable providing a perfect fit for both men and woman.
- Superior Grip: A strong grip is essential;therefore,Stormr constructed durable abrasion resistant palms,coated with a tacky thermal bonded non-porous grip,which promotes a strong and comfortable grip for all outdoor activities in all-weather conditions.
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High stretch premium neoprene. Micro-fleece lining. Durable hi-grip palm. Anatomical fit. Easy on and off design. Glued, internal blind-stitched and liquid taped seams. 3mm total thickness. Black color
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 15 x 5 x 2 inches; 4.8 Ounces
- Item model number : RGK30N-XS
- Department : Mens
- Date First Available : November 5, 2013
- Manufacturer : Stormr
- ASIN : B00FXHZFWI
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Just put the Stormrs on to begin the second winter (one week out of warranty) and noticed that all the welded seams are failing. The problem is in between fingers. There are holes in between every finger on the right glove and 2 fingers on the left. It is apparent where the rubber weld is failing, allowing cold water to enter the glove. I will try Aquaseal on the holes. Just seems a waste to spend this much on a neoprene glove and have them croak after 8 weeks of use.
Makes me kind of queasy about the Stormr Typhoon jacket I just bought for 170 bucks.
Glue could use a little more attention to detail. My left glove had a few spots on the seams that were not as well covered as the rest. I also need a glove liner as I found the inner seam too rough against the skin. A person could find a better glove for the price.
Pitfalls of digital shopping is not having the merchandise in your hands to inspect. I could likely return the product but will make due and find a better replacement item in the future.
I haven't used these in any kind of extreme weather yet and I will update my review at the end of the season. I purchased these for ice fishing. I honestly don't have much of an issue with cold hands and often I don't even wear gloves. There were a few occasions where it was very cold that I wanted something waterproof while maintaining good dexterity. There is nothing worse for me than taking my gloves off for every task and that is often the reason I don't bother wearing them. These have good dexterity for the thickness and I feel I'll be able to complete most things with them on. My issue with the gloves is the comfort. The interior seams are quite uncomfortable. Also, at the wrist of the glove is a bit of grip material, I imagine to keep the gloves taught. Apparently the people who tested these gloves did not have arm hair. They are constantly tugging on my arm hair. It doesn't pull it out, nor is it painful, it simply drags on my hair creating an uncomfortable feel for me. The fitment is spot on for my size. I have small hands and the website has a chart based on the measurement from your longest finger to the base of your palm. At 7 inches I had to choose a small or a medium and chose a small for a snug fit. I think they are well made, and worth the price tag but for most they won't replace thick insulated gloves for the extreme cold.