Glacier Glove Bristol Bay Glove 811BK
Fleece lined 2mm neoprene glove with slits on the thumb and index finger. Thumb and index finger have the patented Touchrite technology.
|Bristol Bay 2mm fleece lined neoprene glove - slits on thumb and index finger||Black||X-Large||$28.99 USD|
The Glacier Glove Bristol Bay Slit Finger Glove is designed to keep your hands warm and dry while giving you the dexterity needed to be accurate. The 2mm fleece lined neoprene Bristol Bay Glove has perfect curve fingers with slits on the thumb and index finger. Thumb and index finger have the patented Touchrite technology. The Bristol Bay is Glacier Glove's most competitive fishing and hunting neoprene glove.
Fleece lined neoprene with wrist strap Perfect curve fingers to fight fatigue Slit finger design on thumb and index finger Sharkskin textured palm for grip
|Glacier Glove Sizing (unisex)|
|Measure one of your hands around the knuckles with your hand flat.|
Do not measure the thumb, and hold the fingers together.
|Medium 7-1/2" to 8"|
Large 8-1/4" to 9"
X-Large 9-1/4" to 10"
4 Stars based on 5 reviews
December 27, 2015
These gloves are very warm, the only problem I have is they could have made the Velcro stronger that holds the finger tips back.
ConsVelcro not strong enough
November 13, 2015
Solid Gloves, they the job done. I like the slits that allow for better casting.
By Andrew Tourigny
March 21, 2015
Hands stay very warm and dry
By Jonathan Beardsley
West cornwall ct
November 9, 2014
Fits like a glove. Used bassin on a cold wet late fall day hands stayed warm until you flip back the finger or thumb then the exposed area lets you know how well the glove is working! My hands are kind of big for a small guy 5'7" 150# I got the large size they fit perfect!
July 17, 2012
Nice gloves, but...
I bought them for kayak fishing in cold waters. When you paddle a kayak, is very common that cold water flows over the paddle stick from one hand to the other, each time you alternate arms. The gloves insulate very well to the cold water. That is OK. The problem is when is time to fish and slip back the thumb tip and index finger tip. Many times the velcro gets lost and the tip goes up. Other times the tip disturbs the usual finger movements.