NRS HydroSkin Glove

Manufacturer's Description

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Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

When it's too cold to go gloveless, but you don't need winter protection, NRS HydroSkin Gloves will cut the chill without sacrificing grip or feel. Less bulk, total comfort, just enough extra warmth. Great for those in-between-weather paddles, or for when the air's warm but the water's cold (or vice versa). The 0.5 mm neoprene core layer insulates and protects without adding too much bulk. The PowerSpan(TM) exterior stretches in four directions, allowing unrestricted use of your most important paddling equipment - your hands. The ThermalPlush(TM) inner lining increases insulation, repels moisture and dries quickly for added comfort. GripCote texture on the palm and fingers provides a better grip and added durability. A water-repellent coating helps the gloves shed water, reducing evaporative cooling. Titanium laminate adhesive reflects heat back in toward your hands making these gloves warmer than standard neoprene gloves of the same thickness. An adjustable hook-and-loop strap secures the glove at the wrist and keeps out debris.

- NRS refers to the men's version

NRS Men's Hydroskin Gloves - The Men's Hydroskin Gloves by NRS will cut the chill without sacrificing grip or feel. With a 0.5 mm neoprene core layer, they insulate and protect without adding too much bulk. The PowerSpan exterior stretches in four directions, allowing unrestricted use of your hands, while the ThermalPlush inner lining increases insulation, repels moisture and dries quickly for added comfort. A durable water repellent (DWR) coating helps them shed water, reducing evaporative cooling, while silicone patterns on the palm and fingers provides a better grip and added durability. They have a fitted, stretchy slip-on wrist cuff making them easy to put on and take off, and pairing snaps on the wrists help keep the gloves together. With less bulk, total comfort, and just enough extra warmth, they are great for those in-between-weather trips, or for when the air's warm but the water's cold (or vice versa). When it's too cold to go gloveless, but you don't need winter protection, check out the NRS Men's Hydroskin Gloves.

- Outdoorplay refers to the men's version

When it's too cold to go gloveless but you don't need full winter protection, NRS Men's HydroSkin Gloves cut the chill without sacrificing grip or feel. 0.5 mm neoprene core layer insulates and protects without adding too much bulk and the PowerSpan exterior stretches in four directions, allowing unrestricted use of your hands. GripCote texture on the palm and fingers provides a better grip and added durability.

- Mountain Gear refers to the men's version

When the air's cold and the water's warm (or vice versa), the NRS Hydroskin Men's Glove's the perfect combo of low-profile insulation and superglue-style grip. By wrapping 0. 5mm neoprene in four-way stretch PowerSpan fabric and lining the whole package with water-repellent, quick-drying ThermalPlush fleece, the Hydroskin keeps your paws warm without a bulky fit, keeping you paddling happily 'til it gets dark. The GripCote palm and fingers keep your hands glued to your paddle, and the fleece nose/sweat wipe lets you clean up snot and wipe your brow without the rough, scratchy feel.

- Backcountry.com refers to the men's version