Rating: A Little Tight to get on but OK in the water
Reviewer: Mark Hinrichsen,
Just a tad tight getting these gloves on.. especially when you have one on and struggling to get the other one on. However, once in the water they are fine. Reverse that and getting the 1st glove off is also a bit of a challenge and I usually have someone help me get at least one glove on and one glove off.
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Rating: Wet dry gloves 5m
Reviewer: kurt Kaner, - View all my reviews
As a public safety diver I rely on my equipment at a little higher level then the recreational diver. These gloves not only provided me the warmth in winter Lake Michigan waters, but were not bulky. Not being cumbersome is very important to me and these gloves still allowed me to pick up small objects. I definately recommend them.
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Questions and Answers for Scubamax 5mm Max Flex Dry Diving Gloves:
Are these gloves only for dry suits?
Darrick (Certified Scuba Instructor at Scuba.com)
Hello Benal, no you can wear these with any type of outfit. If you would like to place an order or have any other questions please feel free to give us a call at 1.800.347.2822.
how do i size my hand for dry skin gloves
Bill (Certified Scuba Instructor at Scuba.com)
The size is based on height and weight. These are not completely dry gloves and will still allow water into the glove.
Hi, My husband has a bare drysuit and he wants dry gloves to go with it cause hes an instructor and his hands freeze when he does a certification in november (here in Qubec). I want to surprise him for christmas and Im wondering if any dry gloves work well with a bare drysuit or do I need to buy bare gloves. thanks.
3mm MaxFlex glove with PU leather printing for maximum traction and a high-end Tatex seam seal. The special feature 'O' ring wrist seal prevents uncomfortable flow of water. The GV-706 delivers an air-tight seal, comfortable Neoprene fit and a luxurious feel.
Pockets of nitrogen gas inside the material create excellent insulation that protects the wearer from cold and helps to trap warm water against the diver's skin. It's also durable, and more resistant to abrasions and cuts, and also less susceptible to compression when diving deep.