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Stohlquist Maw 3mm 4-Way Stretch Gloves

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    Barely mobile fingers aren't going to do you any good on the river, so equip yourself with the Stohlquist Maw 3mm 4-Way Stretch Gloves.

    • Super-flexible 3mm 4-way stretch neoprene balances the perfect combination of warmth and comfort
    • Glued and blind-stitched seams keep water out
    • 1 1/8in diameter finger pre-curve eliminates gripping fatigue
    • Grippy palm and finger surfaces supply better inherent paddle control and feel
    • Displaced seams eliminate irritation and pressure points
    • Absorbent terry cloth fabric on back of index finger for brow-wiping
    • Adjustable wrist closure and O-ring seal at entry secure glove in place while you paddle
    • Item #STO0081

    Tech Specs

    super-stretch neoprene
    Insulation Weight
    3 mm
    Recommended Use
    rafting, kayaking
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    Worst product ever.

    • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

    On the first use these gloves literally fell apart by the seams where the grip meets the neoprene. The gloves looked like a great product but didn't even stand up to one use.

    Worst product ever.

    Probably best for kayaking.

    • Familiarity:I returned this product before using it

    The pre-curved fingers are probably fine for kayaking, but for rowing, I didn't like them very much because it takes some effort to straighten your fingers when you need to do other things than just hold the oar.