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Because blisters blow.

Prevent blisters while protecting your hands from the sunburn with the NRS Women's Boaters Glove. Lightweight spandex backs provide an UPF 50+ protection for scorching days on the water, and synthetic leather palms protect against blisters when you're paddling for hours on end. Designed with minimal padding and insulation, these three-quarter length gloves allow for full dexterity when gripping paddles. A soft fleece strip on the glove's side wipes dripping sweat from your face without scratching.

  • Lightweight spandex backs provide UPF 50+
  • Synthetic leather palm protects against blisters
  • Three-quarter finger design promotes mobility
  • Soft fleece strip on side for wiping sweat
  • Hook-and-loop closure

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Loved the gloves

  • Familiarity:I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share

Worked well to cushion our palms though a 54 mile trek down the Green River in UT in the middle of July. Not too hot, and breathable even through 20 mile stretches of rowing in a day.
Fit true to size, and were well worth the investment!



  • Familiarity:I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

Wore these for a 5 hour kayak trip. While they did prevent all but one small blister which formed on one of my fingers just past the ends of the gloves they were not very comfortable. With your hand wrapped around the paddle there seems to me too much material in your palm. The worst however, was the seam which runs directly under the thumb where you grip the paddle. I was continuously adjusting the gloves throughout the day to try and shift this seam so that it was not causing uncomfortable pressure on this area. They would probably be fine for short trips but I'll be looking for something better for my next all-day paddle.