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Reviewer: Kellie V.H2O Magna 2mm Webbed Gloves - These are absolutely wonderful for snorkeling or diving. They make it almost effortless to maneuver through almost all currents of water! They are also thin and flexible enough for you to be able to pick up or move objects or even operate an underwater camera. We have bought 3 pairs so far and recommend them to all our friends.
Reviewer: Don T.These gloves work great! - these gloves were perfect for the snorkeling i did in Honduras this year. they gave me that extra pull i wanted but also allowed me to use my fingers when i needed to. theyre light weight and fully protected my fingers against any coral or rocks i encountered. the only tricky thing with them is getting them on and off when theyre wet. they fit so nicely they dont want to let go of my hands.
Reviewer: John P.Innovative 1mm Sports Cap Beanie Review - Scuba Gear Reviews - Great, fits and adds that touch of warmth this warm water diver was looking for.
Reviewer: John CallahanGreat Bargin - Fits well, fast shipping, true to size.
Reviewer: Cynthia G.Head 2.5mm Wave Shorty Wetsuit Review - $59.99 - Scuba Gear Customer Reviews - Was as described. Size was perfect. Very comfortable and stylish to boot. Would highly recommend for anyone in the marked for a shortie.
Reviewer: Cheryl F.Under-Mask Cap - My wife uses this to contain her hair and avoid getting wrapped up in her mask straps. Just used on a snorkeling trip near Cancun and worked great.
Reviewer: Lawrence T.Hyperflex by Henderson Pro-Pel Paddle surf gloves - Used 5 times. Rinsed in fresh water after use. Gloves started to come apart at seams.