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The NRS Maverick Glove stands high above its peers. Warm, waterproof and flexible with an innovative HydroCuff™ that helps keep water out and your warmth in, the Maverick is definitely a cut above.
  • 2 mm neoprene with titanium laminate adhesive provides plenty of warmth.
  • Liquid-sealed seams keep water out vastly increasing the warmth of this glove.
  • The neoprene HydroCuff™ grips your arm, helping keep water out and warmth inside the glove.
  • The raw neoprene palm gives you awesome gripping ability while the raw neoprene back sheds water, greatly reducing evaporative cooling.
  • Important tip: To put the glove on, first roll the cuff up. Then slide your hand in with a twisting motion and roll the cuff back over your forearm. To take the glove off, slide the thumb of the opposite hand inside the cuff, along the palm of the hand and push the glove off.

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Material: 2 mm neoprene
Seams: Glued & blind-stitched
Taped Seams: Yes
Palm Material: Textured raw neoprene
Wrist Closure: HydroCuff™
Gender Sizing: Men
Size Width Length
3XS 2 1/2" 5 1/2"
XXS 2 3/4" 6"
XS 3" 6 1/2"
S 3 1/4" 7"
M 3 1/2" 7 1/2"
L 3 3/4" 7 3/4"
XL 4" 8"
XXL 4 1/2" 8 1/2"
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The NRS Maverick Glove stands high above its peers. Warm, waterproof and flexible with an innovative HydroCuff that helps keep water out and your warmth in, the Maverick is definitely a cut above.

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4.2

(based on 84 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

  • 5 Stars

     

    (40)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (32)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (6)

  • 2 Stars

     

    (4)

  • 1 Stars

     

    (2)

92%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Comfortable (70)
  • Waterproof (70)
  • Good grip (67)
  • Good size/fit (61)
  • Lightweight (51)

Cons

  • Wears quickly (12)
  • Hot (5)

Best Uses

  • Boating / sailing (16)
  • Kayak / canoe / rafting (6)
    • Sizing:
    • Feels full size too small

       

      Feels half size too small

       

      Feels true to size

       

      98% 

      (80 reviews)

      Feels half size too big

       

      Feels full size too big

       
    • Reviewer Profile:
    • Enthusiast (20), Casual/ recreational (8)
    • Was this a gift?:
    • No (74), Yes (8)

Most Liked Positive Review

 

Extend your Season and stay warm and dry

When the water dips below 50 degrees don't stop paddling ! Stay warm and Dry, at least if the temp is above 20's.

When the water dips below 50 degrees don't stop paddling ! Stay warm and Dry, at least if the temp is above 20's.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Maverick Gloves for Paddling

I purchase often from NRS for the past decade. I've tried four different gloves at this point, two of which were maverick styled. I tried the initial version without the rubber coating and...Read complete review

I purchase often from NRS for the past decade. I've tried four different gloves at this point, two of which were maverick styled. I tried the initial version without the rubber coating and then the one with rubber coating. The comfort and lightness of them is great. I don't feel constricted by the material. However, it comes at a cost as the glove easily tears whether it is a rip in the rubber coating or the separation of the material at the glued seams. I use my gloves regularly during the winter months, as many as 4x a week. Mine tore after only two or three months use. They do not last long. Although, it is not 100% waterproof obviously, it keeps out majority of water in the first half hour. Becomes more wet afterwards, but not to the point of feeling submerged.

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4.0

Like these a lot

By kc

from oakland, ca

About Me Enthusiast

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Comfortable
  • Good Fit
  • warm
  • Waterproof

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Boating

    Comments about NRS Maverick Gloves with HydroCuff - Closeout:

    I've worn these once on NorCal spring river with drysuit. My hands/feet get cold easily and these kept me pretty warm, even after an (unexpected) swim. They were flexible enuf to 'feel' the paddle and, I assume, will work with my oars too, although I will need thinner glove for de/rigging. I was concerned about being able to remove them due the odd cuff, but that wasn't a big problem. Durability still unknown.

    • Sizing:
    • Feels true to size
    • Was this a gift?:
    • No
     
    4.0

    Kayaking in the cold

    By kayaking57

    from North Carolina

    About Me Casual/ Recreational

    Verified Buyer

    Pros

    • Comfortable
    • Good Fit
    • Good Grip
    • Lightweight
    • Waterproof

    Cons

      Best Uses

        Comments about NRS Maverick Gloves with HydroCuff - Closeout:

        These gloves work well just add a liner in them and works well on the river here in North Carolina.

        Service and delivery comments:

        slow

        • Sizing:
        • Feels true to size
        • Was this a gift?:
        • No
         
        3.0

        These gloves do exactly what they say they will do.

        By WaterBug

        from Waynesboro Va.

        About Me Enthusiast

        Verified Buyer

        Pros

        • Comfortable
        • Good Fit
        • Good Grip
        • Lightweight
        • Waterproof

        Cons

        • no insulating factor in cold weather

        Best Uses

        • Boating

        Comments about NRS Maverick Gloves with HydroCuff - Closeout:

        I bought these gloves to complete my waterproofing for cold weather kayaking. I paddled @ 30 degree air temp, water temp around 38. 1 hour into the trip my hands were so cold they stopped working. A friend had a pair thin knit gloves and I was able to add these underneath and it made a huge difference.

        Service and delivery comments:

        prompt

        • Sizing:
        • Feels true to size
        • Was this a gift?:
        • No
         
        5.0

        My favorite cold weather paddling glove.

        By OC1Kenobi

        from St.Francis River ,Missouri

        About Me Enthusiast

        Verified Buyer

        Pros

        • Comfortable
        • Good Fit
        • Good Grip
        • Lightweight
        • Waterproof

        Cons

          Best Uses

          • Boating

          Comments about NRS Maverick Gloves with HydroCuff - Closeout:

          After years of whitewater abuse my old pair still work. They have a few holes but are still very warm.

          Service and delivery comments:

          Good

          • Sizing:
          • Feels true to size
          • Was this a gift?:
          • No
           
          4.0

          Warm but Fragile

          By Ms Keystoner

          from Summit County, CO

          About Me Enthusiast

          Pros

          • Comfortable
          • Good Grip
          • Lightweight
          • Waterproof

          Cons

          • Wears Quickly

          Best Uses

          • Boating

          Comments about NRS Maverick Gloves with HydroCuff - Closeout:

          Incredibly warm and cozy, but they crack quickly. Definitely not work gloves, good for passengers.

          • Sizing:
          • Feels true to size
          • Was this a gift?:
          • No

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            Q:

            What no size small? Is this glove being discontinued? :-(((( What glove will adequately replace this one?
            Asked on 12/11/2015 by zippy from port townsend, wa

            1 answer

            • Staff Reviewer

              A:

              We are just closing out this model year's gloves. The new Mavericks, with some improvement, will be in stock in early 2016.

              Answered on 12/11/2015 by Clyde from NRS
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            Q:

            Would you recommend using a liner glove with the NRS Maverick glove. If so would 1 size larger be enough?
            Asked on 10/14/2015 by adam from Fairfax, VA

            1 answer

            • Staff Reviewer

              A:

              Adam, the Maverick is a very warm glove when used by itself; but of course warmth depends on the individual and the conditions. If you do choose to use a liner I would go up a size. Give us a call if you'd like to discuss your particular situation, 800.635.5202.

              Answered on 10/14/2015 by Clyde from NRS
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            Q:

            Do these gloves allow your hands to get wet? I want a dry glove as well as a warm glove.
            Asked on 1/4/2015 by Old kayaker from Charlotte, NC

            7 answers

            • VERIFIED BUYER

              A:

              yes, water can get in at the wrists
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              Answered on 1/4/2015 by Grasshopper from Manassas, VA
            • Staff Reviewer

              A:

              The seams are sealed so the Mavericks are waterproof up to the top of the cuff. The top of the glove features our HydroCuff feature (http://www.nrs.com/tech_talk/hydrocuff.asp). While the cuff is water resistant it will not be totally waterproof in an immersion.

              Answered on 1/5/2015 by Clyde from NRS
            • VERIFIED BUYER

              A:

              I'm fairly certain that my hands were wet in the gloves. I really enjoy
              them though. They wore out in the typical, high-wear points (inside of the
              thumb and index finger).

              Answered on 1/4/2015 by Anonymous
            • VERIFIED BUYER

              A:

              I wouldn't call them a "dry glove". They will keep your hands dry if when paddling you're only getting spray or paddle shaft drips down over your hands. you may even be able to dip a hand into water briefly over your glove cuff a few times, as long as your glove cuff seals nicely to your jacket cuff, and still stay dry. However, in a full body immersion such as capsize or roll the gloves may act more like a wet suit, still keeping hands warm but small amounts of water may enter thru the cuff, and then water will be warmed to body temp. When I've experience this my hands still remained comfortably warm.
              Sent from my iPad

              Answered on 1/4/2015 by Anonymous
            • VERIFIED BUYER

              A:

              These gloves do NOT allow your hands to get wet. Nice and dry! I do not wear them much because I have trouble feeling my paddle well in my hands since they are on the thicker side and are a little long for my fingers, but I do know others who like them.

              Answered on 1/5/2015 by Anonymous
            • VERIFIED BUYER

              A:

              That actually do a great job of keeping your hands dry. There's a seal
              (Hydrocuff) that keeps water out very effectively. Best cold weather
              gloves I've ever had.

              Answered on 1/5/2015 by Anonymous
            • VERIFIED BUYER

              A:

              Your hands won't get wet from the water, however, when you sweat they will
              keep the sweat in. Basically, the same result at the end. Your hands get
              wet. Logical when you think about it. If it keeps the water out, it traps
              the sweat in.

              Answered on 1/6/2015 by Anonymous
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            Q:

            what are the absolute warmest ladies gloves avaiable?
            Asked on 1/3/2014 by kayakandclimb

            1 answer

            • Staff Reviewer

              A:

              HydroSkin Gloves, Item # 25015.01, are our warmest gloves in specific women's sizing. Many women find other gloves, like the Maverick's, work fine for them. Check the sizing charts for fit options. And remember, our returns and exchanges are easy and free.

              Answered on 1/3/2014 by Clyde from NRS
          • NRS Maverick Gloves with HydroCuff - Closeout

            Q:

            The length of my hand falls into the XL size recommendation, but the width is in the XXL range. Which would you suggest I go with for size? XL or XXL?
            Asked on 10/22/2013 by rob from midwest

            7 answers

            • VERIFIED BUYER

              A:

              I'd go with the xxl-the cuff makes for a tight fit--especially getting them on once your hands are cold/wet-I would guess for blood circulation in that type of conditions too tight would not be helpful--w

              Answered on 10/22/2013 by the old man on the river from Olympia WA
            • VERIFIED BUYER

              A:

              Tough question. I find that the gloves run a little tight, so you might be
              best with the XXL I think.
              I hope I am right.

              Answered on 10/22/2013 by Anonymous
            • VERIFIED BUYER

              A:

              I'd go with XXL. They are hard to get on since the wrist area is tight and you have to get that over the width of your hand.

              Answered on 10/22/2013 by Anonymous
            • VERIFIED BUYER

              A:

              Hi Rob,
              My normal glove size is an XL, and I have no problems with the true-to-size fit of the Maverick gloves. They are a snug fitting glove which gives you plenty of dexterity in all fingers.
              There is one thing I must warn you about. These are truly winter gloves, so expect you hands to sweat...a lot, even on the coldest days. Wash them well after each use or they will start to stink.
              I highly recommend this product.
              Darrick

              Answered on 10/22/2013 by Anonymous
            • VERIFIED BUYER

              A:

              go with the XXL;
              the gloves are snug in the width.
              getting them on (especially) and off will be easier.

              Answered on 10/23/2013 by Anonymous
            • VERIFIED BUYER

              A:

              I would go with the XXL. That way you won't be "tight" and therefore warmer

              Answered on 10/23/2013 by JohnT from Carthage NY
            • VERIFIED BUYER

              A:

              Hello fellow paddler,
              I would recommend going with the larger size. I too fit right between
              the S and the M and ended up going with the M. They fit pretty tight and
              keep my hands warm. I've never had a problem with dexterity either, so
              I've never really felt like they were too big. Mine did seem to wear out
              on the inside of the thumbs, probably a result of gripping my paddle too
              tightly and letting my paddle rotate in my hands too much.
              I hope that helps,
              -SF-

              Answered on 10/23/2013 by Anonymous
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            Q:

            How can I repair a small hole in one of them?
            Asked on 1/16/2013 by Yancy

            2 answers

            • VERIFIED BUYER

              A:

              Tried aquaseal? Works for my drysuit.

              Answered on 1/17/2013 by Anonymous
            • Staff Reviewer

              A:

              Aquaseal would work great. It's an all around watersports adhesive that all boaters should have in the repair quiver.

              Answered on 1/17/2013 by Clyde from NRS
          • NRS Maverick Gloves with HydroCuff - Closeout

            Q:

            I am trying to decide on these gloves or the NRS Mambas. Has anyone tried both and which do you like better and why. Thank you.
            Asked on 12/31/2012 by farkie from Charlotte, NC

            2 answers

            • VERIFIED BUYER

              A:

              I have never tried the Mambas but the NRS Maverick's have been very warm for
              me. They are a good glove even though they're not as thick as the Mambas
              and they're "still warm" when you don't have a hold of the paddle J. I'd
              say go with personal preference - if you like your hand to directly hold the
              paddle, go Mambas. Otherwise run with the Maverick.
              Craig

              Answered on 1/1/2013 by Anonymous
            • VERIFIED BUYER

              A:

              I have large hands and the hydro cuff, while effective and comfortable once it's on, is a bit if a struggle to get over my hands.
              MDB

              Answered on 1/2/2013 by Anonymous
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            Q:

            Can you tell me if these gloves will be warmer than the rouge gloves?
            Asked on 12/23/2012 by Journeyman

            5 answers

            • VERIFIED BUYER

              A:

              I have not used the Rouge. I have found the Maverick gloves to be amazing
              and great. They have kept my hands warm every time I have used them. I
              have to take them off to realize how cold the water is. I hate having cold
              hands and these work for me. I have used them in water temps in the 40's,
              but no colder.

              Answered on 12/28/2012 by Donnie from Nashville, TN
            • VERIFIED BUYER

              A:

              I've never tried the Rogue glove but I am on my 3rd pair of Mavericks. They are both 2mm with taped seams so the warmth will be the same. Where the Maverick wins is in windy conditions. The material of the Maverick blocks wind. The Maverick is super grippy and has great paddle feel, but the material wears relatively quickly. I get really cold hands and I wear this in temps down to the high 30's. colder than that and I am in Toaster Mitts.

              Answered on 12/23/2012 by Anonymous
            • VERIFIED BUYER

              A:

              I think it depends on the temperature for these. These gloves are good at keeping the water out, but they don't have a lot of insulation. I have hands that get cold easily, and I find that if the temps are below freezing, I need more insulation than these offer. But they're really good for borderline days that aren't quite that cold. Not sure I can compare to the Rogue; I don't know the model of
              the other NRS gloves I have, but they have the red fingers and are
              thicker, and those are the ones I use when it is colder. Hope this helps some.
              DE

              Answered on 12/23/2012 by Anonymous
            • Staff Reviewer

              A:

              Both the Maverick and Rogue gloves have 2-mm thick neoprene. Where the Mavericks have an edge is their raw neoprene outer sheds water better, so eliminates or greatly reduces, evaporative cooling.

              Answered on 12/23/2012 by Clyde from NRS
            • VERIFIED BUYER

              A:

              I routinely use these gloves while paddling down to single digits
              (Fahrenheit) and do not feel any bite from the cold. I can't imagine
              a warmer glove, so unless the rouge can keep water outas well as these
              can, I doubt that they would be as warm.

              Answered on 12/24/2012 by Loco Benito from Burlington, VT
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