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Skelton Glove

5 out of 5 stars
1 Review
Current price: $13.48 Original price: $26.95
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Color:Quarry

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Why We Like The Skelton Glove

A long day on the water means several hours of hands-on experience with harsh elements, which is why we appreciate the Skelton Glove. With UPF 50+ protection and breathable, moisture-wicking material, our hands stay cool while dodging the sun's harmful rays. Since it features silicone dots and a hefty Amara patch on the palm, it's easy to grip the paddles and rod without getting blisters in the process.

Details

  • Protective glove for warm weather fishing
  • Moisture-wicking material helps manage sweat
  • Durable patch on palm prevents blisters
  • Sun protection prevents sunburned hands
  • Open-finger design for tying flies and snapping photos
  • Item #NRSR05G
Material
[face fabric] 6.3oz nylon, spandex [palm, fingers] Amara synthetic leather, silicone dots
Seam Construction
single needle, high tenacity thread
Closure
stretch
UPF Rating
50+
Claimed Weight
1.6oz

Overall Rating

5 based on 1 ratings

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5 out of 5 stars

June 20, 2021

Great!

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

Purchased these for a multi-day paddle. They felt great and protected my hands from sun and blisters. I ordered the S/M after measuring my hand and using the sizing guide, and they are a tad ?loose?, but not in a way that it bothers me or reduces functionality.

Melissa H