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How would I know which glove size I need? Im a male about 510" and 170 lbs.
Glove sizing is not an exact science, unfortunately, as your hands typically do not follow normal body sizing. A quick rule of thumb that generally gets close is to rate it off your shoe size. Typically US sizing of: 5-6 - glove XS 7-8 - glove S 9-10 - glove Med 11-12 - glove Lrg 13 - up - glove XL
i want to learn to scuba dive but do not were to start i have hearing aids so would i need to put the dive hood over my hering aids or take them out how dose it feel to breath underwater useing scuba gear what scuba gear do i need for warm water diving thank you sasha
Hello Sasha, first you would need to speak with your doctor and find out if with your ear issue if it would be safe to dive. You would not dive with your hearing aids in you would need to remove them before you dive. If you go to PADI.com or Naui.com and type in your zip code that would pull up all of the dive shops in your area where you can go in and sign up for a class.
I love swimming and unfortunately I have contracted an autoimmune disease which causes my hands to become extremely sensitive to cold. As a result of the sensitivity if they get too cold I suffer from finger ulcerations and I have to keep these wounds covered at all times and also keep my hands as warm as possible. Im looking for gloves to swim with that will keep my hands extremely warm and absolutely dry. Can you help me? Thanks in advance.
Hello Ricky, the only glove made for what you are looking for is the: http://www.scuba.com/scuba-gear-27/121121/ScubaPro-Easydon-Dry-Diving-Gloves.html. these will keep your hand totally dry. As for the warmth you might need to wear thicker inserts than 6oz.