Warmers Sun Paddling Glove
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The Sun Glove is a "must-have" in your paddle bag. It protects your hands from harmful UV rays and blisters. The poly suede palm and thumb remain cool and flexible and the 1/2 finger design enhances paddle grip and dexterity for electronics, fishing and fine finger work. We've even seen musicians wear these over the years!
not good enough
They seem like compression garments. They have that hospital flesh tone color. They seem durable. Paddled a few miles with these wet and they didn’t chafe or blister or show any signs of falling apart.
No sunburn and no blisters
I used these gloves on my 2650 mile hike on the Pacific Crest Trail. They basically did two things for me- kept the back of my hands from sun burn (since my hands received exposure all day from using trekking poles) and they kept the palms of my hands from blistering from the constant rubbing of the trekking poles. Really glad I had ’em.
Great protection from UV, heat , and chafing
We first ran into these gloves at REI a number of years ago. We hike at relatively high altitudes (8-14k’+) often. With so much all-day exposure to the UV, we wear as much protective clothing as possible.
Great sun protection at a reasonable price
This is my second pair of Warmers Sun Paddling Gloves, which I use with my trekking poles when hiking. After having the other pair for many years, I gave them to a guide in Italy who admired them even though they were ancient. I am a slender, 5’5″ woman with average hands. I purchased an extra small. They are easy to get on but somewhat hard to get off but the tight fit works very well for gripping and is comfortable. The sun protection is invaluable. The fingers are short and cover only the one joint, which I like better than the longer ones. I also own a pair of Glacier Gloves, which do not come in x-small, have longer fingers, and are a bit loose but also more luxurious.
I have been using this brand for several years now as a paddling gloves with both my kayaks and canoes. They fit will, last a long time and do a good job of protecting my hands. I buy new pair about every 2 1/2 years – but have never totally trashed a pair (just regular wear and tear).
I generally hate gloves and never wore them before I did the Everglades Challenge canoe race. Knowing that six days on the gulf and in the everglades would test my ability to keep my skin, I bought a pair of these gloves and a “buff”, also from Amazon. Wore both gloves and buff virtually six days and most of five nights. The gloves are thin, dry fast, and don’t present the problems that most paddling gloves/biking gloves/mechanics gloves/batting gloves do, with staying wet, making skin soft, etc… I’m very happy with them and will probably wear them in my next MO 340 race, while I didn’t wear any gloves in my previous two 340 races. I think the fit was about right, since I’ve found that “large” gloves are surprisingly tight on my hands, so I got extra large and they are perfect.
Pretty much as advertised
Pretty much as advertised. I don’t expect great durability, but adequate for the price. Delivered quickly. Sizes tend to run large. Bought xs for my wife and she normally wears small, med for me and I usually wear lg.
They have a good grip on the palms
I use these gloves to fish in.They have a good grip on the palms.I am able to hang on to the rod even when its wet and reel my fish in with no slipping.They also protect my hands from uv rays.I am very happy with my purchase and have told other lady anglers about them.
… a few long kayaking trips and they’ve done a great job of reducing the blisters on my fingers and …
I’ve worn these on a few long kayaking trips and they’ve done a great job of reducing the blisters on my fingers and palms. They’re also light weight and don’t add any heat to your hands, which is nice in the summer. I do wish the glove came up a little further on the thumbs, as this is where most of the rubbing against the paddles takes place.