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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.
  • 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.

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    Length:0:55
Material: Spandex
Seams: Single needle with high tenacity thread
Taped Seams: No
Palm Material: Amara® synthetic leather palm
Wrist Closure: Adjustable hook-and-loop "bike glove" tab
Gender Sizing: Men
Features:
  • Three-quarter finger design
  • UPF 50+
  • Fleece nose wipe panel on back of thumb
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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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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3.9

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Gloves are good for the sun-

These were my first pair of NRS rowing gloves. They were a bit small, order one size larger. They are very light weight and do not feel like they get in the way. ...Read complete review

These were my first pair of NRS rowing gloves. They were a bit small, order one size larger. They are very light weight and do not feel like they get in the way. The palms have some cushion, but if you are going to have a heavy rowing day, look for something with more padding. The Velcro strap worked all day long when wet. The heat, 115+, did not affect them during the trip and my hands did not sun burn.

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Nice gloves, but not for sailing.

I used this pair for a week of sailing. Half fingers not long enough for grabbing and pulling on rope. The fit was a little tight and I have small hands. Overall, a...Read complete review

I used this pair for a week of sailing. Half fingers not long enough for grabbing and pulling on rope. The fit was a little tight and I have small hands. Overall, a well made pair of gloves, but more suitable for holding some type of oar for canoeing or kayaking.

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3.0

Nice gloves, but not for sailing.

By SailorS.

from Atlanta

Verified Buyer

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I used this pair for a week of sailing. Half fingers not long enough for grabbing and pulling on rope. The fit was a little tight and I have small hands. Overall, a well made pair of gloves, but more suitable for holding some type of oar for canoeing or kayaking.

Service and delivery comments:

Delivery was fast.

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4.0

exactly what I hoped for....

By Jacob

from Denver

Verified Buyer

Comments about NRS Men's Boater's Gloves - Closeout:

I used these for a week of paddling along the coast of Maine and they did exactly what I hoped they would do. They fit comfortably, they did not chafe or rub. I quickly forgot they were on. I don't know that there is anyway to improve them.

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5.0

Quality product

By Gary

from New Haven, cT

Verified Buyer

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Quality gloves for a reasonable price.

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Yes.

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1.0

Worse gloves I ever bought.

By Rich

from Chicago

Comments about NRS Men's Boater's Gloves - Closeout:

The stich that holds the fingers and tumb material are creating painfull creases on my hands. I tried to hammer them flat to no avail. Bad design positions them right at pressure points on my paddle.

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1.0

Redesign needs to be redesigned

By Looking for new gloves again

from Atlanta, GA

Comments about NRS Men's Boater's Gloves - Closeout:

Had an older pair of these that got lost. Bought a new pair and found they had been redesigned. The older design was far superior to the current. I miss the old design between the thumb and forefinger. That was much easier on my hands.

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    How is the grip on these when using them for kayaking?
    Asked on 10/15/2014 by Dave

    8 answers

    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      Have been using these for sea kayaking for three years, no worries!!
      Ron

      Answered on 10/15/2014 by skiguy02920 from southeastern ma
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      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 iPhone

      Answered on 10/16/2014 by Anonymous
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      I did not use these gloves for kayaking. I used them to row the Grand Canyon on a 16-day trip. They work very well and did not give me any blisters as the earlier version of the same glove had. I would recommend them.
      John

      Answered on 10/15/2014 by John in Berkeley from Berkeley, CA
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      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.

      Answered on 10/15/2014 by Be Iniut from Maumee River and Western Lake Erie
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      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
    • VERIFIED BUYER

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      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
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      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
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      We use the gloves to canoe and the gripe is excellent. No slipping.

      Answered on 10/16/2014 by Anonymous
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