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Bought these for late Fall paddling on Lake Michigan. Huge mistake. Get gloves to be able to put on your skirt and of course everything else. Secondly once your hands are wet forget putting them back on. I can't tell you if they are warm!! My hands definitely were not. Maybe canoeing.
Reviewed by: mary from fitchburg wi.
I've been searching for some time for a pair of winter paddling gloves, and finally found these mittens. I much prefer the mitten over the glove--fewer seams to leak--and glued seams rather than sewn--also less leakage. Very comfortable grip on the paddle--I use a Greenland. Very secure fit, so no bagging on the palm. The only downside to these gloves (hence a 3 and not a 5-star review) is that there are glue bumps on the inside seams--it's uncomfortable and can rub your skin a bit raw.
Reviewed by: Kristen Greenaway from Durham, NC.
Let me just say I have the coldest hands on Earth (just ask my boyfriend), so I am always trying new products to keep them warm. These mitts are the best Fall/Winter paddling hand protection I have found. While these are Neoprene (which keep you warm when wet) it takes a lot of water to get these soaking wet. So they do a great job of keeping you dry, as well as warm when wet. They are very stretchy Neoprene, so i don't feel like they hinder my dexterity too much. Finally let me just say nose wiper, best idea ever.
Reviewed by: Marit from Rutabaga Staff.