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Winter-ready angling glove.
Whether you're chasing steelhead on rainy days in the Pacific Northwest or casting for cutthroat along snowy rivers in the Northern Rockies, the Simms Exstream Flex Glove provides full-fingered warmth and unrestricted dexterity for cold-weather angling adventures. The full-finger design is ideal for the coldest angling days of the year, complete with grippy overlays along the palm and pointer finger for casting and line control.
It's crafted from Polartec Powerstretch Pro, which provides insulation from biting breezes and freezing temperatures without inhibiting your ability to cast into trout-teeming holes and set the hook once a hungry fish strikes. This stretchy, fleece-lined fabric employs a DWR finish that repels oncoming rain and snow showers from seeping through, as well as accelerating drying time, should you drop these in the water.
- Winter-ready glove for fly fishing in wintry weather
- Full-finger design provides full coverage from the cold
- Polartec Powerstretch Pro provides insulation from the cold
- DWR finish repels oncoming rain and snow from soaking through
- Grippy overlays provide casting and line control
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- Q & A
Just the thing for cold rainy sprng days
I love all kinds of bicycling- mountain, road xc. But I hate freezing my hands on cold rainy days. Ski gloves get wet and soak through, bike gloves aren't really warm enough for early spring when there is still snow around, and the rain biking gloves I had were perfect except they have a cloth section (for wiping your nose) which no amount of sno-seal will waterproof. It would always start the same; wonderful waterproof breathability from my jacket and pants, heavy duty hunting boots that will never soak through, and then my smugness and self confidence dampened by the onslaught of water on my exposed fingers. The gloves don't keep you dry, but they do keep you warm. I have had them out in two rainstorms and always returned smiling. Now if I could just figure out a way to keep my bike dry....