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Full Finger Gloves

Not a really fan, but everyone has different views. I would prefer a combo of fingerless gloves and pogies before going full-fingers, for operating tech - you do lose a lot of gloves if you have to take them on and off.

When the water is cold you need more than a sun glove. Neoprene has great insulating properties and will keep your wet hands warm. For paddling it is important to retain good feeling and dexterity in your hands - in the event of a capsize you must be able to feel and manipulate your holy-moly-crap strap if you are wet exiting.

Full-finger gloves should have a warm insulating neoprene back and soft, flexible abrasion-resistant palm and fingertip area for greater dexterity and feeling, while also protecting the hands from blistering and sharp encounters in the marine environment!

The next most important feature of a glove is the fit - make sure you get the size to fit you not 'one-size-fits-most' or you will get cold water flush from loose poorly fitting gloves. These gloves come in a range of sizes from XS to XXL and the Reef Pro Gloves also have a velcro wrist strap to cinch the glove closed at the wrist.