NRS Men's Boater's Gloves
Item: 25005.03 | Product Description »
- With lightweight spandex backs, these gloves are cool, comfortable and quick-drying. They also provide UPF 50+ sun protection for your hands.
- Three-quarter finger design leaves your fingers free for high-dexterity tasks such as tying knots and opening canned beverages.
- Amara® synthetic leather palms provide soft comfort, a sure grip and excellent blister prevention.
- A fleece panel on the back of the thumb is perfect for wiping the sweat from your brow.
- The bike-glove style hook-and-loop closure ensures a secure fit at the wrist.
|Seams:||Single needle with high tenacity thread|
|Palm Material:||Amara® Synthetic leather palm|
|Wrist Closure:||Adjustable hook-and-loop "bike glove" tab|
|3XS||2 1/2"||5 1/2"|
|M||3 1/2"||7 1/2"|
|L||3 3/4"||7 3/4"|
|XXL||4 1/2"||8 1/2"|
NRS Men's Boaters Gloves are ideal for any type of warm-weather boating. Lightweight backs, tough palms and three-quarter fingers. Great protection from sun and blisters, plus excellent finger dexterity.
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- NRS Men's Boater's Gloves
Q:How is the grip on these when using them for kayaking?Asked on 10/15/2014 by Dave
A:We use the gloves to canoe and the gripe is excellent. No slipping.Answered on 10/16/2014 by Anonymous
A:The palms are leather, they work better wet than dry, I used them on an 18 foot oar rig but I'd expect them to work as well or better with a kayak paddle. I broke them in on a 225 mile 16 day trip with no problems, no blisters, no hot spots...nice gloves overall.Answered on 10/16/2014 by Anonymous
A:NRS gloves are awesome for grip http://www.youtube/jacobsviper
Just check out my videos on the saint francis river double drop fail/win and you will see i took a roll om the rocks never lost my paddle and all due to the solid grip i had with the gloves i would recommend these glove hands down well worth the money. Also a great feature of the glove, the backside of the thumb area has a very soft material which is great then your nose itches haha its very soft to use it almost as soft as a tissue!Answered on 10/15/2014 by Anonymous
A:I did not notice any problem with grip with these gloves, neither too slippery or too grippy. Seemed just right in that regard. Good luck.
Sent from my iPhoneAnswered on 10/16/2014 by Anonymous
A:Personally I think it's an okay grip. I do dragon boat and haven't had any
issues with slippage although I do use wax on the paddles. They are fine
for recreational in my opinion, but I think it would be better to go for
the other paddling gloves that do have the rubber grips on the palms.Answered on 10/15/2014 by Anonymous
A:I don't find the grip, with these gloves, to be any better than without.
The real purpose, in my opinion, is to protect against blisters; and cuts,
when putting-in or taking-out on rugged banks, or portaging a boat without
all sharp or rough edges taken care of.