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Old 14 April 2012, 11:09   #1
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Gloves 3mm neo, any recomendations ?

Any good gloves you can recommend ?
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Old 14 April 2012, 11:26   #2
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Personally I wouldn't use plain neoprene gloves for boating, neoprene doesn't perform particularly well out of the water, it is liable to windchill. The Seal Skinz gloves are well thought of amongst some on here.
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Personally I wouldn't use plain neoprene gloves for boating, neoprene doesn't perform particularly well out of the water, it is liable to windchill. The Seal Skinz gloves are well thought of amongst some on here.
Neoprene can get pretty uncomfortable in the wind /when not wet..... I bought a set of Gill Helmsman gloves a few years ago which are toastey warm in winter, but a PITA for anything but helming /you can't submereg them and they are pretty difficult to do anything fiddly in..... I'd also reccomend sealskinz for general use /as per PD's post
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Sealskins or cheap sky gloves
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Old 14 April 2012, 15:43   #5
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I use cycling gloves, works a treat for me.
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Check out alpinestar neoprene gloves I've used them for a few years and have been great.
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cant go wrong here this is NA site though Gill North America: Boater's gloves - sailing gloves
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