NRS Classic Rescue Gloves - Closeout
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- The back of the hand is 2-mm neoprene for warmth, with added 3-mm pads for extra protection.
- The palm and fingers are constructed of rubberized, armored, synthetic leather that is flexible and gives excellent grip and durability.
- Super-tough armored patches on key wear areas offer unmatched protection for active paddling, rowing and rope handling.
- GripCote™ on palm and fingers gives excellent grip and added durability.
- Wristband cinches tight with hook-and-loop closure.
|Material:||2 mm neoprene|
|Seams:||Single needle with high tenacity thread|
|Palm Material:||Synthetic leather and GripCote&8482;|
|Wrist Closure:||Adjustable hook-and-loop strap|
|M||3 1/2"||7 1/2"|
|L||3 3/4"||7 3/4"|
|XXL||4 1/2"||8 1/2"|
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Q:I'm looking at this glove to take with me to the Boundary Waters in Minnesota in early October. From the product description, I can't tell if the entire glove is neoprene, with synthetic leather patches on top of it--or if the palm/finger area consists of synthetic leather only. If it is the latter, would you still recommend it for a camping/paddling trip where it may not have a great opportunity to dry, or would you go for a full-neoprene glove? Please clarify ASAP-as I'm in a bit of a rush. Thanks!Asked on 9/18/2012 by JJ from Alexandria, MN
A:I use them for canyoneering. Lots of rope work in very cold water. Full palm is leather ish With a Kevlar ish protection over the leather palm. . The top of hand is neo only. They keep me pretty warm. Rope won't wear through protection on the palms.
Sent from behind you.Answered on 9/18/2012 by Anonymous
A:From what I can remember the glove is all neoprene with the leather over top. Fairly warm glove. Not sure what kind of paddling you are doing, but if you are kayaking, I would highly recommend pogies over any type of gloves..Answered on 9/19/2012 by Anonymous
I really like these gloves for spring and fall river paddling in
Minnesota. They are not super warm so I suggest warmer gloves for paddling
in temperatures below freezing. They fit nicely and are very flexible.
They are neoprene all over topped by a thin, web-patterned, rubbery
material for grip covering the palm and finger area. They should be fine
for paddling in the Boundary Waters in early Oct.
Have a great trip!Answered on 9/20/2012 by Anonymous
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Comments about NRS Classic Rescue Gloves - Closeout:
Although we usually get what we pay for, this item seems about ten bucks too high. But it's really good stuff.
- Feels true to size
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