Harken 3/4-Finger Black Magic Sailing Gloves

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Harken 3/4-Finger Black Magic Sailing Gloves
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Harken 3/4-Finger Black Magic Sailing Gloves -
Perfect for Dyneema, Vectran and other synthetic line. The grip and durability of the Black MagicĀ® palm material is superior to other sailing gloves. Nylon Spandex mesh for super fit. Minimal stretch when wet. Dries soft. Unisex sizes S-XXL. Imported.
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Harken 3/4-Finger Black Magic Sailing Gloves Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Great quality Gloves

I like the feel and wear of Harken gloves. I bought the 1st & current pair to wear on vacation last June. Nine days of 6+ hours of sailing per day & , every other weekend since of 6+ hrs sailing time a day. Still going strong.
I wear MCML in a golf glove, so this gloves is a touch short in length. Adjusting the movements of the sheets to your palm when dumping air works great. No wear or tear in the palm either or burning on fingertips.
I always by 2 of everything for back up and , the large size is for the crew.
Planning to finish the season with this same pair as another vacation is coming up next month. Awesome!
John Q Sailor at WestMarine.com on 08/08/2013

Good glove, but not premium

I used the sizing guide and got small, but I went with a medium instead. The mediums fit well, if a touch tight. These gloves have good grip and feel durable, but I'm not convinced they stand out among their competitors. I do like the second securing tab, and the velcro seems to be of high quality.
Jack Sparrow at WestMarine.com on 07/07/2011

Great gloves

I sail every weekend in the summer. This is the second purchase of this glove. It's comfortable, grips well and lasts a long time. The only complaint I have is that the sizing changed from when I purchased the first pair years ago, to this pair. I had to re-order to get the next larger size.
Sailor Dave at WestMarine.com on 09/09/2013

Negative Reviews:

Must be doing something wrong

I must not be using these gloves correctly, after two seasons they're raged and tearing. I love the fit but after a while the elastic becomes stretched out. When gybing I can't hold onto the mainsheet and end up with some amount of rope burn on my fingers. Time for a new pair...something else.
Crash at WestMarine.com on 08/08/2011

Neutral Reviews:

Used to be a top quality glove

The first couple of pair that I used lasted really well. The last pair just desentigrated in one season. The working part, the palms and the inside of the fingers seemed to be good quality leather and lasted pretty well. The remainder of the leather was really cheap leather and it just tore to shreads. It seems that they tried to save costs and got really cheap with the heal of the palm, the part that wraps arount the thumb and the sides of the fingers. I tried to keep using them because the working parts were still in reasonable shape but they just wouldn't stay on my hands. To bad. These used to be good gloves and the rest of the crew started buying them when they saw how good the first pair lasted.
I own and race a 33 ft sloop in the great lakes. One to two times a week, May - Sept. As owner, I play all positions at some point in time. I would recommend them, but I would look them over good first.
Aching to Win. at WestMarine.com on 11/11/2011

Not what they once were

I've owned three pairs. The first were great and lasted a long time. The second set fell apart after two years. The fabric on the back of the hands and fingers just disintegrated, starting with the ventilation holes. Thinking this a fluke I bought a third pair. The stitching is completely falling apart after 1.5 seasons. I trim mainsheet on a J105, sailing maybe 25 days/season.
J105 mainsheet trimmer at WestMarine.com on 09/09/2011