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Cold and wet ... sounds like ideal weather for fishin.'

Fishing for Steelhead or Salmon often means a lot of time spent in frigid water and less-than-ideal weather. Keep a pair of Glacier Glove's Pro Angler Gloves packed in your vest or boat so that your digits will be ready to answer the call when it comes time to play your prize.
  • G-Tek two-millimeter neoprene shells insulate your hands without limiting dexterity
  • Fleece lining further increases warmth and dries quickly
  • Pre-shaped fingers enhance comfort and dexterity
  • Thumb and index-finger feature patented Touchrite technology for improved dexterity
  • Hook-and-loop wrist straps helps keep water out during landing
  • Slit openings on thumbs and index fingers give your tippet-tying digits access to the outside world without having to take off the gloves

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3 5

do not dry quick, but good.

Good gloves. Used them for ice fishing and winter fly fishing so far. They keep my hands very warm while being still. I was suppressed when I didn?t need bigger gloves after 2 hours at -10 degrees. Downsides are, cheap make, my seam split within two months and I had to k-tape them back together. Also I wore them on a short hike, and my hands sweated immediately. When you get them wet (because all fishing gloves get wet eventually) they still kept my hands pretty warm. However they take about 4 days turned inside out to fully dry all of the fingers. Great gloves, and they would have gotten five stars if not for the prolonged drying time, and ripping in two months.