AquaTech Sensory Gloves (Medium, Black/Moss)

AquaTech Sensory Gloves (Medium, Black/Moss)

AquaTech Sensory Gloves (Medium, Black/Moss)

B&H # AQSGMB MFR # 1753

Product Highlights

  • For Use in Cold & Wet Environments
  • Fleece Lining on Wrist/Fingers
  • Silicone Nubs for Superior Gripping
  • Index Thumb Fold-Over Fingertips
  • Water-Resistant and Fast-Drying
  • Dual Breathable Insulation Layers
  • Adjustable Wrist Lanyards to Hold Gloves
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AquaTech 1753 overview

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The black/moss AquaTech Sensory Gloves are built for both cold and wet environments, and provide superior fingertip control thanks to their unique design advantage.

There's a fleece covering where the glove meets the wrist and all upon the areas where the fingers extend from your palm, providing great resistance to cold.  But the thumb and index finger are sealed in a thin, fine layer of neoprene, and upon the tip of this neoprene there is a small hole meant to allow the very end of either digit to extend outside of the glove for precision control of equipment.

The body of the Sensory Glove is made from several panels stitched together, instead of a seamless piece of fabric, because this provides a better fit to your hand.  Sensory Gloves are tough and made to withstand many seasons of harsh winter use.

Fleece seal for wrist, and fleece cover for fingertips
Special stitched hole allows thumb or index finger to extend beyond glove's confines when desired
UPC: 810778001167
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AquaTech Sensory Gloves (Medium, Black/Moss)
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
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    AquaTech 1753 specs

    Size Unisex M:
    7.4"19.0 cm (Length from Tip of Middle Finger to Wrist)
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 0.44 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 10.7 x 4.3 x 2.3"

    AquaTech 1753 reviews

    Sensory Gloves (Medium, Black/Moss) is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 27.
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not waterproof I had great hopes for these gloves for an Antarctic expedition that would involve trips to shore by Zodiac. Unfortunately, the one time they were really tested, they failed, as I had to wring them out after being hit by waves. I also found it difficult to peel back the openings for thumb and finger to operate a camera. In practice, a cheap pair of thin touch sensitive gloves although not waterproof, were more practical and easier to manipulate and quickly remove and store than these gloves. I did not really get a chance to test them in severe cold (below 20 F), so I can't say how they would work in those circumstances, although I don't think they would be very warm.
    Date published: 2016-03-25
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Nice gloves down to 20 F I've used these a few times and they provided good comfort, but only to maybe 20 degrees. They allow you to poke a bare index finger or thumb tip out for fine control of small buttons on your camera and I like the design for this feature better than other gloves I've tried with tips that fold back to be held by magnets that never seemed to hold the flap very well. I got Medium size which should have been a bit big according to the sizing specs, but they are in fact quite snug, so you might want to order a size larger than suggested.
    Date published: 2015-01-18
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Functionality and Warmth These gloves are just what I was looking for. I shoot pre-sunrise photography in Colorado winter, often in sub-zero temperatures. I used them in zero degree weather last week, and was able to operate my camera and keep my hands warm (with heat pads tucked in the gloves). These gloves will get a lot of use!
    Date published: 2011-01-04
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent for Photography in cold Temps I photograph nature, wildlife and scenic views during Winter in Vermont USA. These gloves were just exactly what I needed. I had pairs of those mittens with the top portion that could be flipped over to expose the top halves of your fingers but I found that to be far too much exposure when it's only 5F (or less) and the wind is blowing. The flipped top on the mittens have an annoying tendency to get in the way while setting up and operating my cameras. The Sensory Gloves by Aqua Tech allow me to stay out there longer so I can get the shots. They don't get in my way and they are amazingly lightweight! I also love the straps which I place round my wrists to keep from losing them. Only con-factor was they are slighty larger than I thought they would be but that doesn't seem to be creating a problem. It's better to go slightly over-sized than too small to keep your hands warm in extremely cold temperatures.
    Date published: 2010-01-26
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Well designed. Does the job..almost. This glove is well designed and well made. The issue for me, was that it simply isn't thick enough for the blistering cold of the midwestern United States. I had to solve the issue on my own by purchasing some cheap, thin, nylon gloves, and cutting the fingertips off. Luckily for me, this glove ran large enough to still fit the liner in. Now it is warm and snug on my hand. If they'd just build a liner like that into the glove or make it removable, this would get five stars.
    Date published: 2015-01-14
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Pretty Good I used these gloves while on an arctic trip. While they are okay at keeping your hands warm with liners they are hard to use with with them since you can't easily poke out your fingers for camera controls. On really cold days you really do need liners but for not so cold days they will be just fine. A little on the bulky side (I got a medium but a small would be too small) they do the trick. Although I did end up just using my liners much more on this trip.
    Date published: 2010-10-17
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Women should buy size small Quality construction, thoughtfully designed. Sizing is geared toward guys. Women buy size S!
    Date published: 2015-03-02
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Good idea but it's too earl to tell It hasn't been cold enough to fully test these, yet. The holes in the tips of the thumb and index fingers require a little effort but with use they might be fine. Another concern is that the tips, once your finger and thumb are exposed, seem to be a little awkward and might be in the way of some camera functions. Medium size is a little snug but the fingers are a bit too long. I might try a liner with these once I've broken them in. If it gets really cold they might be a little too fussy. The jury is still out but I'll update my review after some time using them.
    Date published: 2011-12-29
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