Average Customer Review: based on 4 reviews.Rating: the best gloves at this price
before adding the gloves in the chart, the options to the size of the gloves, doesnt match with the sizing chart, in my case according with weight and height my size is sm, and the options are small or medium , what can i do?
GV-704 3mm SupraTex
3mm Neoprene gloves with SupraTex palm and adjustable one-inch Velcro wrist closure.
Your hands and fingers are thinner than the rest of your body, and are the first parts to get cold in a frigid environment. Add to that just how important your hands and fingers are, and how vital they are to swimming, checking diving equipment, holding equipment and making gear adjustments, and you'll find that cold water gloves are a necessity in certain environments. Rugged, thick, and warm, cold water gloves are best for temperatures of 35 to 70 degrees Fahrenheit (or 1 to 21 degrees Celsius).
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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.
ater-resistant seams and warmer interior liners, cold water diving gloves provide warmth, comfort, and grip in even the iciest of waters.