Below is a list of the most popular customer scuba gear reviews for Dive / Surf / Swim Gloves, Dive Cold Water Gloves. Click the product name to view more reviews and details about that product. For longer reviews, click the View Full Review link next to a review to read the whole review.
You can see the most helpful scuba gear reviews for dive / surf / swim gloves below. Scuba.com offers gear reviews from the following manufacturers: Akona, Aqua Lung., Camaro, Deep See, Henderson, Hollis, Mares, Neosport by Henderson, Ocean Quest, Pinnacle, Scubamax, Waterproof, XCEL, XS Scuba and more...
Reviewer: Larry Chin on 1/13/2014Expensive but Great Gloves for Cold Water - I am a golf ball diver, diving 6-10 hrs/day, 4 days a week. I have spent a small fortune in various gloves looking for something to keep my hands warm in low 50 deg water. The Hendersons are the best, they have kept my hands warm and functional even during 3hr+ dives. I do not have a Aqua Lock system on my wetsuit sleeve. I do wrap a 1.5" velcro strap or 4" wrap around the proximal opening of the glove to restrict cold water flushing in and out of the glove (this is actually minimal on these gloves, but quit substantial on others)...esp important on extended dives...when working on hookah, I am usually down for several hours/dive. On sizing, I typically wear a large, but on these I...View Full Review
Reviewer: cnenov on 12/17/2014Ocean Quest 5mm Premium Super-Stretch Titanium Diving Gloves Review - $29.95 - Scuba Gear Customer Reviews - These were comfortable and warm when worn with the 7mm Ocean Quest wetsuit at 62-63F. I am 59", 150 lbs and got the medium. They worked fine with most things underwater, except I had to take them off in order to unzip a belt pocket. Taking them off was not too hard, but putting the right glove back on under water was a bit of a challenge. I would definitely not get the 7mm gloves, those would be too thick. Instead of the medium, I could have possibly gotten the large to make things easier.
Reviewer: James Okeefe on 6/21/2014Aqua Lung. 5mm Aleutian Kevlar Dive Gloves Review - $55.00 - Scuba Gear Customer Reviews - Working in commercial diving I had a pair of these gloves 5 years ago.We were doing dredging work back then which required a lot of digging through mud and debris which really put these gloves to the test.These gloves went through the torture test with flying colors.They did eventually wear through but not until taking a serious beating.These gloves fit well on me and are also very warm and comfortable on my hands.I would definitly recomend these glove to anyone doing cold water diving or any underwater activities that put wear and tear on your other gloves.No questiion about it!
Reviewer: Richard Martin on 3/16/20143mm dive gloves - I dive (free dive spear fishing) along a stone breakwater located in the Delaware Bay. I have been doing so for in excess of fifty years, so I have used many gloves. Gloves need to be flexible, yet, thick enough to maintain some warmth. The also need abrasive resistant palms and finger tips to protect from barnacles and mussels on the rocks. The 3mm Titanium Diving Gloves appear to fit the bill. I purchased large, they had to be returned for extra large. Replacement was very fast.
Reviewer: David O. on 2/7/2014Warm yet tactile - I wore these gloves in Hawaii and actually had them on whole setting up and changing gear with excellent tactile function. The articulated fingers allow for a very natural and relaxed position. The Velcro closure strap around the wrist is a great addition keeping the gloves exactly where you want them. That being said, when it comes time to take the gloves on and off it is a sinch.
Reviewer: Gary Krauss on 8/5/2014Akona 3.5mm Deluxe Diving Gloves Review - $25.95 - Scuba Gear Customer Reviews - I wore these with my tri-lam drysuit in the waters off New Jersey. Contemplated cutting off the wrist straps, while a little more work to don, they create a nice fit. The gloves kept my hands warm while spearfishing, yet were flexible enough to give me the dexterity I needed on a wreck.
Reviewer: Joseph T. on 7/9/2013Quality Gloves - I have used these gloves for 10-12 years. The first pair I bought lasted me 10 years and they were still in good condition when I lost them. Ive misplaced a few of these gloves and continue to buy the same ones every time. They are very comfortable and extremely durable. The Kevlar-like palm and fingertip material is very durable and perfect for protection from rocks and sharp objects. Despite being only 3.5mm, I wear them in cold water in the upper 40s (F) and lower 50s (F) without getting cold hands.
Reviewer: Stephen Sparks on 12/30/2014Aqua Lung. 5mm Aleutian Gloves Review - $38.00 - Scuba Gear Customer Reviews - very high quality and warm gloves. I am very satisfied with my purchase.
Reviewer: Andy Althaus on 9/3/2014Aqua Lung. 5mm Thermocline Kevlar Dive Gloves Review - $53.00 - Scuba Gear Customer Reviews - Very awesome set of dive gloves! coming for Aqua Lung, you know you cant go wrong with these. Very well put together!, cool little bag to put them in too!
Reviewer: park wonwoo on 12/21/2014XS Scuba 5mm Dry Five Pyrostretch Dry Gloves Review - $49.95 - Scuba Gear Customer Reviews - This should not come in warm water. Too good
Reviewer: ARTUR GORCZYNSKI on 7/6/2014Waterproof 5mm G1 5 Finger Semi Dry Diving Gloves. Review - $57.99 - Scuba Gear Customer Reviews - WATERPROOF IS DOING BEST GLOVES FOR COLD WATER . I DIVE IN REALY COLD WATER SO I CAN RECOMMEND THIS GLOVES FOR EVERY ONE!!!
Reviewer: Lawrence C. on 1/1/2012Warm Gloves, Nice Dexterity - 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.
Reviewer: Pete Z. on 1/12/2014Price Point Glove - Appears to be a pretty well made glove and should be warm when I dive Galapagos and local lakes - As mentioned in other reviews they run small about 1 to 2 sizes small, I usually wear a large but I ended up with XXLarge and my wife a medium where she is normally a small
Reviewer: Don C on 7/12/2013Warm - Bought the gloves in 5mil to facilitate dexterity of the fingers. These kept my hands very warm, though my suit, hood and boots were 7mm. Works well with the interlock system. I had no trouble unzipping my BC pockets, turning the bezel of my watch or removing my dive tool from its sheath (for practice). Great gloves!
Reviewer: S M. on 5/5/2014Perfect Fit - Gloves fit perfectly, great product and fast delivery.
View all Scuba Gear Reviews View all Dive / Surf / Swim Gloves - Dive Cold Water Gloves