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A jacket for each hand.

Paddle your whitewater rig through chilly, shoulder-season waters with your hands protected by the Kokatat Neoprene Medium-Weight Hand Jackets. Adjustable wrist closures lock out water while flexible neoprene fends off the chill without inhibiting your dexterity. Reach for these midweight gloves in early spring or late fall.
  • Flexible, breathable Smoothskin neoprene keeps your hands warm and allows for all the dexterity you need
  • Lightweight thermo lining keeps bulk to a minimum while providing ample warmth
  • Fingers are pre-curved, and a urethane-coated Smoothskin palm provides reliable grip on your paddle

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Seams Irritate the Fingers

I've had a few Neoprene gloves in my day and these where not built very well on the fingers. I don't know why some companies like to put the hard uncomfortable seam glue on the inside of the fingers so it rubs against your skin. That is what these do. They aren't the most uncomfortable gloves I have tried on and I wasn't so uncomfortable that I wouldn't consider using them if I had nothing else, but NRS and Excel make their gloves without the seams on the inside of the glove so I will stick with those 2 brands. Sorry Kokatat. I love your other products, but you need to work on your gloves.

Oh! Almost forgot... The black dots on the palm are plastic, not rubber so they aren't as grippy as you would think.

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Agree, with Jeff... fit is poor, and after 30 minutes are uncomfortable

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I agree with both posters. The fit is poor, and the gloves are extremely slippery. An email to Kokatat brought no admission of this product's poor design, nor any offer toward a credit returning a product used minimally twice. This comes as a surprise from a company reputed for its standing behind its product.
Save your money; buy NRS, Hyperflex, etc. You will be disappointed in these.