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Recent Paddling Glove Reviews

NRS Women's Boaters Gloves

rated 3.5 of 5 stars Great blister and sun protection, but the palms "pill" quickly. I like these fingerless gloves a lot, but I'm not sure I will buy another pair when these wear out. They do keep my hands from getting blistered, and the fingerless design allows for good digital dexterity. However, I don't like that the material on the palms is white—after one use they looked pretty grubby, and the suede was "pilling" (like a sweater).  On hot days, it is nice to wear these because you can dip your hands in the… Full review

NRS Maverick Glove

rated 5 of 5 stars An awesome, all weather DRY glove! My Fire Department Swift Water Rescue team trains in the river 12 months of the year and is called on for rescue efforts in all conditions. These gloves work well in snow, sleet, ice cold water — you name it they work!   When our swift water team was formed we specced out some cheap neoprene gloves in an attempt to save the taxpayers money. As it turns out those gloves were near unusable during the winter months and a lot of  the guys were going gloveless rather… Full review

NRS Guide Glove

rated 5 of 5 stars For cooler months, these gloves meet my requirements of keeping my hands warm and allowing my fingers to tie fishing knots and other tasks. The grippy palms help keep my paddle connected to my hands. Be prepared to prune in these gloves while on the water, but your fingers will be warm. In the winter, I would switch to a glove with full-finger coverage. Full review

NRS Men's Boaters Gloves

rated 5 of 5 stars For paddling in the warmer months, these gloves are the ticket to blister prevention and sun protection. I like the fingerless design, as I use these while kayak fishing, and the design allows full dexterity to tie knots and other tasks. I like dipping my hands in the water with the gloves on to cool off a bit too. The "snot patch" is helpful too. Full review

NRS Men's Boaters Gloves

rated 5 of 5 stars I have used them for about 4 paddles and I like them a lot. Now I don't paddle without them. I highly recommend. Thanks. Full review

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NRS Boaters Gloves
$8 - $19
NRS Creek Glove
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$13 - $19
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$16 - $39
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$30 - $54
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NRS Natural Glove
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$12 - $19
NRS Rapid Glove
$23 - $28
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$36 - $49
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$32 - $37
NRS Toaster Mitt
$34 - $49
NRS Youth Neoprene Glove
Patagonia R1 Gloves
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Patagonia R2 Gloves
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