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NRS HydroSkin 2.0 Forecast Glove

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    Consider the NRS Forecast Glove a second set of skin for colder paddling days. Its HydroSkin 2.0 neoprene fabric keeps your hand comfortably dry and warm, and there are slip-off tips at the thumb, primary finger, and middle finger for tying knots and fishing. NRS added grippy silicone at the palm to give you a good grip on your paddle.
    • HydroSkin 2.0 neoprene
    • Stretchy slip-on wrist cuff
    • Grippy silicone palm pattern
    • Slip-off thumb, primary finger, and middle finger
    • Item #NRS005Q

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    2 mm
    fitted cuff
    Recommended Use
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    Used it for kayaking in the cold

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I bought these for a multi day trip on the Yampa river this past May. The air and water were in the low 50’s maybe? Not warm. These did the trick for keeping my hands warm at first, but the cold eventually won. The material used for the grips did loose some traction when wet as well. But they dried out well. The fit felt great and my hands didn’t get too funky after 6 days straight. I probably should have just gotten mitts for kayaking though.

    Best Option I've found yet

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Pretty convinced there's no perfect glove option for winter fishing. Pulling the glove off to tie knots and risk losing it into the water, or opting for fingerless and letting the tips get cold are both unappealing options. This glove counters both of these by allowing you to pop your fingertips out. Works great for knot tying or needing a better feel of the line, but does make me concerned for longevity of stretching out the hole. Likewise, it is an obvious leakpoint for if your hand ends up underwater - though the leaking isn't nearly as bad as I would of expected. Overall, happy I purchased them.

    It’s been awhile, I’m curious how they worked out for you. I’ve read complaints about the Velcro snagging fishing line all the time, but I’m with you, they look like the best option right now, I fish right off Lake Erie, and those north and east blowing winds are freezing cold on wet hands!