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Pinnacle 4mm Merino Titanium Kevlar Karbonflex Diving Gloves GL16UBK11 021684

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Pinnacle 4mm Merino Titanium Kevlar Karbonflex Diving Gloves

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Customer Reviews for Pinnacle 4mm Merino Titanium Kevlar Karbonflex Diving Gloves:

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Average Customer Review: based on 14 reviews.

Rating: Warm Gloves, Nice Dexterity
Reviewer: Lawrence C.  -  View all my reviews
Most all of my diving is at night, hunting for bugs, in mid 50*F water. These gloves are snug fitting (as they should be), and are a nice combination of dexterity and warmth. The Merino lining does make a difference as these gloves are warmer than others I have used. As noted by others, the inside seams are scratchy when new. In practice, after the first few dives you dont notice it. The palmar kevlar section is adequate for bug hunting, but it would have been nice to have the kevlar extend up over both the sides of the glove and over the top of the thumb. The SeaSoft TiEdge has the best kevlar coverage, but the Pinnacle Merinos are much warmer.

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81 out of 150 people found this review helpful.

Rating: Best kevlar gloves ever
Reviewer: Chris B.  -  View all my reviews
If you need a glove reinforced with kevlar, look no further. I have tried several kevlar gloves and these have the best construction yet while also being the most comfortable and warmer than the comparable 5mm gloves.

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87 out of 171 people found this review helpful.

Rating: Warm hands
Reviewer: Greg Brown  -  View all my reviews
Warm hands in warm water and they fit well.

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11 out of 23 people found this review helpful.

Rating: sized small
Reviewer: LOWELL N.
My hands are 2XL+ so I ordered 2XL and could not get gloves on. Had to return them. This big size runs small compared to other brands. Looked to be good quality.

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6 out of 10 people found this review helpful.

Rating: Im very excited and a seasonal dry suit
Reviewer: seizoh n.  -  View all my reviews
It is not the season to try still in Japan, but around the time since the fall of water temperature will become lower is the excited

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12 out of 24 people found this review helpful.

Rating: Great deep water gloves!
Reviewer: Joseph Johnson  -  View all my reviews
We dive primarily inland lakes so below the thermalcline it can get quite cold. 7mm neo sometimes just isnt enough. So when I was looking to replace my old gloves for something a bit warmer, I really had my doubts about these, only being 4mm. But what a surprise! They kept our hands nice and toasty at 56 degrees, even warmer than the GoldCore 7mm that I have - perhaps in part due to the Merino lining. And another HUGE plus was the added dexterity since it was so much thinner! Fantastic cold water gloves!!!

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164 out of 366 people found this review helpful.

Rating: Great Fitting and Warm
Reviewer: Craig C.  -  View all my reviews
These gloves are great fitting and warm. Ergonomic design makes it east to move fingers and material is very flexible. Great gloves.

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19 out of 37 people found this review helpful.

Rating: Fit like a glove
Reviewer: Jamie Knapp  -  View all my reviews
No kidding, the sizing was spot on. Great support from Scuba.com with phone assistance and Merino via their on-line sizing guide.

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97 out of 190 people found this review helpful.

Rating: Gloves
Reviewer: William Kosin  -  View all my reviews
Great gloves. they should last a long time.

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117 out of 228 people found this review helpful.

Rating: Pinnacle merino gloves
Reviewer: Troy B.
gloves were warm and provided for good finger dexterity. allowed me good grip & full use of my hands while working my speargun and stringing up fish. The kevlar palm is durable. One issue is the elastic wrist strap. After donning the gloves, the stap with the velcro tightens only as far as the velcro allows. velcro needs to go all the way around the wrist so you can cinch down and tighten as much as you need. over all the glove is awesome for warmth (in 65 degree surface temp) and durability.

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245 out of 445 people found this review helpful.

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Questions and Answers for Pinnacle 4mm Merino Titanium Kevlar Karbonflex Diving Gloves:


  • BUCKY:

    I work for a city in the water and sewer division. I have problems finding a glove for cold weather that you can use in water. I was told about these kind of gloves and i was wondering how well you think these might work in this situation. They have to remain plyable and also be able to work with nuts and bolts. I would also like to know how they might compare to cold weather gloves since they dont let any air in. Thanks, Bucky.

    Bill  (Certified Scuba Instructor at Scuba.com):

    All neoprene gloves are designed to let water into the glove, then the glove traps the water in so the body can warm the water up and the glove acts as an insulator. 3mm or 4mm will have more dexterity but are not as warm as the 5mm or 7mm glove.

MERINO-KARBONFLEX
Toughness and grip meet warmth and flexibility.

• 4mm neoprene blends warmth and flexibility
• Merino™ lined neoprene is 35% more thermally efficient
• Kevlar™ palm is strong enough for wreck diving and hunting

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

Though Merino™ was virtually unknown to the diving industry 5 years ago, it has come to be known as a hallmark of excellence. Discerning divers who want the most innovative and most durable products seek out PINNACLE, and those who will settle only for the best of the best choose PINNACLE’s Merino™ lined products. This unique material is truly the best-performing way to line a suit ever devised, providing more warmth, comfort, and odor control than any other.

The key step to making any wetsuit perform to its ultimate potential is reducing water transfer. This process, whereby water from the diving environment enters and exits the wetsuit, allows cold water to enter the suit and lets bodywarmed water exit; thus chilling the diver, even in tropical waters. PINNACLE nearly eliminates water transfer by creating better barriers to keep cold water out, making more form-fitting products that prevent internal water movement, employing the renowned Merino™ lining system to enable body heat to warm internal water, and then making it extremely difficult for that warm water to escape.

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