Glacier Glove Perfect Curve Fleece-Lined Neoprene Gloves

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Glacier Glove Perfect Curve Fleece-Lined Neoprene Gloves -
The Glacier Glove Perfect Curve Fleece-Lined Neoprene Gloves are great for cold water paddling, ice climbing or windsurfing. The curved finger design and articulated knuckle allow for a natural fit, which reduces fatigue. Glove is fleece-lined for warmth and comfort and is completely waterproof.Sizes: (measure your hand around the knuckles with your hand flat. Do not include thumb; Hold fingers together. When in doubt, choose larger size.)XS (6-6 1/2"), S(6.75 - 7.25"), M(7 1/2 - 8"), L(8.25 - 9"), XL(9.25 - 10"), XXL (10.25 - 11").


  • Fleece-lined for warmth.
  • Seams are stitched and glued.

Weather and Wind:

  • Completely waterproof.


  • 2mm neoprene.
  • Curved fingers to reduce fatigue.
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Glacier Glove Perfect Curve Fleece-Lined Neoprene Gloves Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Fantastic Cold and Wet Weather Gloves

I had these gloves years ago in Camo and loved them. I ran across them recently and couldn't believe my good fortune as I had long since lost one. Standing in cold water in Winter can be miserable when your hands are wet and these gloves are perfect to keep that from happening. I don't have to take them on and off to do all the things that require "fine tuning" which seems to happen when you can no longer feel your fingers!

I suspect they may run a little small though for a man, as they fit me perfectly.
Duckhuntergal at Campmor on 03/03/2012

Best cold weather kayaking gloves.

I use these Glacier Gloves for winter whitewater kayaking.The fit was reasonably snug which is exactly what I need to keep excess water out during extended roll practice in 45 to 50 degree water.My hands never felt cold throughout the entire day with air temps ranging from 40 to 55 degrees and water temps of around 50 degrees. Not only were my hands never cold, they always felt warm, even during 15 to 20 minute rest periods...I found the link to these gloves on the [@] web site, [@]
GW at Campmor on 02/02/2012

Great for kayaking

I bought these for winter kayaking. The paddle does not slip under the glove material and these are fully waterproof. The wrist velcro allows one to get a very good seal with whatever you are wearing up top. The natural in built curve means you get great paddle feel under the glove, and the inner felt lining keeps fingers toasty. I followed the sizing guidelines and the gloves fit me perfectly. Can't think of a downside and these are worth every centime.
Waterboy at Campmor on 11/11/2012

Fantastic Cold & Wet Weather Gloves

I am avid Duck Hunter and stand in cold water for hours on end. Picking up wet ducks and gear will make it misierable if you don't have the right gloves. These gloves are perfect in that they FIT and you don't have to take them off to load shells in the gun or work other equipment. Being a girl, most gloves are just a little too big and end up having to be taken off, not these.
Duckhuntergal at Campmor on 03/03/2012

Neoprene Fleece Lined Gloves

these were just what i was looking for, light, warm with the fleece lining, and velcro closures at the HIGH wrists,, my only concern - time will tell, is if the glue that binds the fingers and other places is strong enough to hold and not come apart otherwise i would rate this a 5
dave at Campmor on 04/04/2013

Good for cold paddling

My girlfriend uses these through the winter for sea and whitewater paddling. She tried and doesn't like pogies, but these are her go-to handwear when it is cold outside and the water is too. With Reynes Syndrome, she wouldn't paddle with me half the year if we hadn't found these gloves.
Desertdave at Campmor on 08/08/2013

Excellent on the lake

used in very cold water windsurfing, curved fingers really helped on boom and pulling myself up, they did start to leak thru wrist - probably cos of so many pull ups out of water. But after 2hrs in and out of lake, they were pretty good and prevented frostbite.
Dave the Surfer at Campmor on 03/03/2012

Glacier Gloves for Winter Paddling

I use the gloves to sea kayak in the winter in CT & RI. I have a larger pair that I use with a liner and a smaller pair that I use without a liner. The wrist straps are unnecessary so just cut them off.
Ron G at Campmor on 12/12/2010

Boyfriend/Pro Cyclist Loved These

These were a gift to my boyfriend. He is a pro cyclist and often complains about how cold his hands get when riding in winter weather. He loved these gloves, as they keep his hands warm and dry.
Cyclist's Girlfriend at Campmor on 02/02/2012


got medium and not too tight but takes more effort to grip paddle, sent back and got large and if you close velcro little to no water gets in cuff yet easy to take on and off
dennis at Campmor on 04/04/2011

Negative Reviews:

Not what I was looking for

Because I wanted these only for football games I ended up returning them and getting mittens instead. I am sure they are quite suitable for many other uses, but to me they were awkward and ugly. I opted for mittens with the same features i.e. waterproof, warm,and STYLISH
Katrina the football fan at Campmor on 12/12/2011