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Pinnacle 3mm Neo Titanium Velcro Gloves GL13UBK11 021447

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Pinnacle 3mm Neo Titanium Velcro Gloves

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Rating: Nice Gloves
Reviewer: richard w.  -  View all my reviews
These gloves fit my hands perfectly. The velcro strip along the wrist provides a nice secure fit.

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NEO 3
Rugged gloves that are equally at home being used by a tropical photographer and a deep-water wreck diver. Many cold water divers prefer 3mm gloves for the ease of donning and dexterity that they provide.

• All the features of the Neo 5 in a thinner, more flexible 3mm design

• Sizes: XS, Small, Medium, Large, XL, and XXL.

PINNACLE’s best suits work on an entirely different concept. Our seals are more complicated and costly to build, but worth the expense, as they are infinitely more effective. They keep cold water out of the suit and trap warmed water inside the suit. PINNACLE’s high-end suits, boots, gloves, hoods, hooded vests, drysuits, and undergarments employ the patented Merino™ lining system, which holds up to 30% more warm water vapor, creating a thermally protected personal environment for the diver.

In contrast to inferior suits, PINNACLE’s suits allow only a small, closely-controlled amount of water to slowly enter the suit. The Merino™ lining then holds a greater amount of that water and retards the water’s circulation throughout the inside of the suit. After the diver’s body heat has warmed that water, the water is held inside the fibers of the Merino™ lining and kept there by the superior PINNACLE sealing systems. This means that a diver expends less heat energy because he is trying to warm a smaller volume of water throughout the dive, leaving a diver feeling warmer and more energetic after being
submerged for a given period of time.

 

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