Specs

Weight 0.9 oz / 26 g
Fabric 5.6 oz 88% All-Recycled Polyester / 12% Spandex Circular Knit Jersey / 30-UPF Sun Protection

Where to Buy

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Patagonia's Sun Glove page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

If you've ever tried strip-setting on a 150-pound tarpon with greasy, sunscreen-coated hands, you already know why we made our Sun Gloves. It's the same for hanging onto cork when a big bone streaks for the horizon or the oar handles as you drop into Oak Springs. These simple, fingerless gloves (with cut-out palm for grip and sensitivity) replace liquid sunscreen with lightweight, fast-drying 88% recycled polyester/12% spandex fabric and 30-UPF sun protection. Better yet, they never wash off.

- Patagonia.com

Features of the Patagonia Sun Glove Durable polyester/spandex with cut out palm for better rod feel 30+ UPF sun protection Fabric is bluesign approved

- Moosejaw

Take a look at an old flats guide's hands and you'll get a pretty good idea of why we made these. Of course, there's always sunscreen, but it tends to make slippery work of casting and line control, and who wants coconut-scented flies, anyway? The solution is a light, comfortable, fingerless glove made from quick-drying, 30-UPF 88% all-recycled polyester/12% spandex fabric. The webbed-finger design and out-of-the-way seam placement make Sun Gloves easy to slip on and off, and the cut-out palm design provides secure rod grip. Your hands will thank you.

- Rocky Mountain Trail

The top of your hand is often overlooked when it comes to sunscreen application or, if you're on the water, the first place it wears off; protect it from a nasty sunburn and wear the Patagonia Sun Glove. Stretchy and comfortable, it offers a superior solution to goopy, unreliable sunscreen without sacrificing dexterity.

- Backcountry.com