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NRS Boater's Glove - Women's

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    Make blisters a thing of the past.

    Prevent blisters while protecting your hands from sunburn with the NRS Women's Boaters Glove. Lightweight spandex backing provides UPF 50+ sun 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.

    • Nylon spandex blend
    • Amara synthetic leather palm
    • UPF 50+ sun protection
    • Fingerless design
    • Hook-and-loop closure
    • Item #NRS006C

    Tech Specs

    [body] nylon spandex blend, [palm] Amara synthetic leather
    Recommended Use
    paddling, boating
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    Perfect For Paddling

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I have two pairs of this glove for kayaking. I use them weekly. They prevent blisters with soft suede and are so comfortable I forget I have them on.

    Not for the tropics

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

    I bought these for kayaking in the tropics (North Queensland, Australia) and they have disintegrated after only a few uses. The 'leather' insides looks like wet paper now, and is held together by the seams only, there's very little material left intact. To be fair, the tropics kill everything, but I was hoping to use them for a little bit longer than this...