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will be diving near santa barbara in march/april water temps at 50 - 55 degrees are these warm enough?
Hello Jim, Your question hinges on each individuals temperature tolerance threshold. Some divers like to use 5mm gloves here in the Pacific Ocean due to the temperature range throughout the year, but it tends to reduce mobility due to its thickness. On the other end of the spectrum, there are divers that use pure warm water gloves (2mm or less) or no glove whatsoever, sacrificing thermal retention. Evaluate your personal tolerance threshold in considering the thickness of the glove you want to add into your personal gear inventory.
Flexa Classic 3mm
New fingernail cut. Double-lining neoprene with rubber printed palm for increased grip.
Sizes: XXS, XS, S, M, L, XL
Trilastic is our distinctive marking, the symbol of Mares know-how in terms of Neoprene. At the start, Trilastic was identified with the idea of developing a dive suit with Neoprene sheets of different thicknesses. The greatest thickness is positioned at the core chest area and back, gradually thinning out on the arms and legs down to the wrists and ankles, where the material used is not just thinner but also more elastic, to improve seal and, of course, facilitate putting the suit on and taking it off. Today, Trilastic has greater meaning. It is a world of materials, linings, finishes, zippers, and technical details that all aim to create the ideal suit for every need and every type of dive. Trilastic means mating the most suitable type of material to each section of the body for that particular type of dive.