Reviewed by Davey the fly-flinger from California on Saturday, June 29, 2013
I've had a couple of pairs of Glacier Gloves before, and though the quality leaves something to be desired (figure on them to only last one season of hard fishing), they are still the best out there for the price. They are light weight, and easy to put on and remove. That said, there are some problems with the quality.The gray material on the palm is first to go, and it will begin to peel off after just a few days of wearing them. The stitching on the fingers will begin to fray before long, and the seams may split. The first pair of these I owned only lasted for a couple of wearings before the seams split, and I contacted the company. They assured me that "...the problem has been addressed." I still like the gloves, though and they are the only ones I've found that are lightweight enough to be cool in hot weather, as well as give sufficient freedom for the kind of fishing I do, which is with a fly rod..
Reviewed by sunnysuzie from arizona on Thursday, June 20, 2013
These are great for protecting the hands in the intense sun of Arizona. They are light weight, the palms are a material that helps grip my hiking poles, or the handlebars on my bicycle. I just bought a pair for my husband, too, and he loves them. I wear mine every day when I walk outdoors or bike.
Reviewed by kentz from Lakeland, FL on Friday, June 7, 2013
Great for yard work, fishing, kayaking and general use. Way cheaper than dermatologists visits for freezing or burning precancerous and cancerous
skin lesions. If the cuffs were longer, I've give these 5 stars.