Neoprene gloves keep hands warm in icy water
Neoprene gloves will keep your hands warm in icy water. They are made with 3mm "closed-cell" sponge neoprene rubber that is durable and warm. Tough "sharkskin" palms have excellent wear and grip. Wrist adjusts with Velcro ® tab. One pair. Imported. Specify Men's size from the selection box above. See drop down for sizes currently available.
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from New York, NY
Comments about Neoprene Gloves Wrist-length:
These gloves are not waterproof and should not be advertised as so. They are like a wet suit, they get wet instantly and as long as you keep them on you will stay dry, but if they are too big or you take them off and put them back on, your hands will freeze.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
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By Farmer in upstate NY
from Upstate NY
About Me Master Gardener
These Glacier Gloves are NOT the ones that are waterproof, but we have used another model from Glacier Gloves that are wonderful and waterproof that we have used on our farm for years. It would be great if Gemplers investigates and stocks them, and also corrects the advertising. These are great if you don't submerse your hands in water.
They leaked during first use
By Four season vegetable farmer
About Me Avid Gardener
I need waterproof lined warm gloves that can be immersed in cold water without leaking. I bought 2 pairs, 1 women's and 1 men's. Both pair leaked in the finger joint areas where the back of the hand neoprene meets the textured palm within the first minute of use. I am returning them.
(2 of 3 customers found this review helpful)
Great emergency gloves
from New Mexico
I've been taking these gloves with me on SAR missions for a year or so - as backup gloves for the unexpected sleet/rain/snow storms at 12000+ feet - I've needed to use them twice - great for really wet and cold conditions. For those divers out there - they're like the gloves you wear/wore with your 3/8 inch wet suits - a bit bulky but warm when you needed them - and not very heavy.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
(5 of 5 customers found this review helpful)
been using gloves like this for years now. They work great in winter where you get wet. If the gloves last, your hands will be steaming when gloves come off.