NRS Women's Boater's Gloves
Item: 25006.02 | 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|
|L||3 1/2"||7 1/2"|
|XL||3 3/4"||7 3/4"|
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 Women's Boater's Gloves
Q:In measuring myself to order women's NRS Boater's Gloves I find that My measurements puts me between a Medium & a Large. What direction should I go for; length fit or width fit to order the size.
3.5" is the width & 7 " is the length. :) Thanks YouAsked on 2/16/2015 by Max from Winslow Maine
A:I would get the large as they fit snugly.Answered on 2/16/2015 by Anonymous
A:I would go with the width, only because you don't want to have them so tight
on your hand that you lose any feeling or get tingling in fingers.Answered on 2/16/2015 by Anonymous
A:when I ordered the gloves for my wife, I went off the size for her cycling gloves, and guessed incorrectly. (she needed the boating gloves a size larger than her cycling gloves). Frankly, I'd order one of each size, try them on, and return the other pair. NRS has such good service, it's easy to do that.Answered on 2/16/2015 by Anonymous
Based on my experience with these gloves, I would go for the smaller size. A tighter fit is better than a loose fit in my opinion. If the glove is too big, the extra fabric will bunch-up or have little folds and that can lead to blisters. Also, the fabric has some stretch in it and that helps with the fit. Bottom line: a snug fit is good.
Hope that helps.
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