AquaTech Sensory Gloves (Large, Black/Moss)

AquaTech Sensory Gloves (Large, Black/Moss)

AquaTech Sensory Gloves (Large, Black/Moss)

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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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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: 810778001150
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AquaTech Sensory Gloves (Large, Black/Moss)
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
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    Exterior Water-resistant, breathable outer shell
    Silicone-nubbed palm for superior grip
    Interior Dual fast-drying, breathable insulation layers
    Fleece seal for wrist and fleece cover for fingertips thumb and index finger for control
    Sizing Length from middle finger to wrist: 8.25" (21.0 cm)
    Adjustability Adjustable wrist lanyards to hold gloves to your jacket
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    Package Weight 0.44 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 10.8 x 4.4 x 2.4"
    Sensory Gloves (Large, Black/Moss) is rated 3.6 out of 5 by 43.
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Minor Design Flaw I have used this product over 2 winters -X-large size- great glove with one design flaw:The Velcro to hold the Band that tightens the glove is too far to the side- this is Perfect when the glove is in the drawer- But once you put the glove on - if there is any bulk in the clothing at the wrist the- the wrist section expands like it should- but the strap will not catch the velcro as it is now too far away Either the strap needs to be longer - Which would be helpful- or move the velcro attachment pad nearer the thumb side!! - Something I am going to get a tailor to do for me before I use them this winter
    Date published: 2014-12-01
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Excellent gloves for outdoor shots! I have been using the gloves for taking outdoor city scape shots this winter. With subzero temps (esp in the past few days - hello Snowpocolipse!) the gloves are excellent and lightweight. The grips allow me to hold onto the camera effortlessly and the finger holes are perfect for snapping shots and adjusting settings quickly and comfortably. I like that the large are actually large, they actually fit my hands. Sometimes things can be a bit smaller on me. My only grip with the gloves are the lack of color choices. My girl friend is an avid outdoor photographer as well, she referred to them as man tens. Whatever that means. Works for me!
    Date published: 2014-01-06
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not waterproof, don't handle rain or snow well at all. Took these on a hike in the UK in winter. All it took was a light shower for them to be drenched. I had to wring them out. The next day, it snowed. Again, they were soaked through almost instantly. I bought two pairs, one for myself and one for my wife - they were resigned to the bottom of our rucksacks by day three of our eight day winter trek. Totally not up up to the task of harsh weather as they claim to be. Avoid - there are many alternative brands that actually do what they say on the tin.
    Date published: 2016-01-11
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Not for severe cold Wore these in Yellowstone last February. We were mostly driving the roads looking for photo opportunities where we would stop and spend some time taking pictures. Temps were down as low as minus 23 and warmed up to plus 25 in the middle of the day. My experience was that the gloves were okay for about10 degrees and warmer providing you weren't out in the cold for more than 15-20 minutes. Being able to have bare fingertips was okay but not for long at minus 23 and for about the same 15-20 minutes if temps were around 10 degrees and above. Around 10-15 degrees and colder your fingertips get cold fast. Overall I think these gloves are okay for temps of about 20 degrees and above if outdoors for any length of time providing no wind and you are able to warm your hands in a heavy coat pocket once in a while.
    Date published: 2015-10-25
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Best Thing Since Sliced Bread! (Sort of) I bought these gloves after a freezing session of night photography a few weeks ago. The idea that you can stick your fingers in and out is a good one, but if you're taking lots of pics your fingers are still exposed (At 60 poor circulation doesn't help much either). That being said I have to say that while your fingers are in, these gloves are surprisingly warm for their weight. If these gloves had a tight inner liner for your exposed fingers it would have been 5 stars all the way! I'd recommend these gloves to people who might not have the circulation troubles that I have.
    Date published: 2015-01-01
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from do the job I used the gloves several times now. Here is what I found: Comfortable and work great at moderate cold weather. Don't try these gloves at sub-zero temps. They won't keep you warm. They are NOT water proof. The holes for finger tips are small but work fine once finger is out of the glove hole. Just takes a little work getting the fingers in and out. The gloves give you good dexterity with the camera. The glove seems well made so far.
    Date published: 2014-02-14
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Sensory Gloves adequate for cool temps Gloves are light weight and not for extreme cold. The finger holes are NOT sewn around, they are just holes in neoprene. Time will tell how long they withstand the rigors of my fat finger poking through them before they start to tear. Use of fingers is VERY handy with these gloves over all.
    Date published: 2011-02-05
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from Too tight around the wrists The overall fit in terms of finger and hand size is OK, but there are elastic bands inside at the wrist level which make these gloves very uncomfortable. I do not have large wrists by any stretch of the imagination links were removed on both of my watches to make them fit. The constriction can be seen in the product shots, but who would expect the wrists to be so tight? It's amazing to me that these bands so small - it's like wearing tight rubber bands around your wrists. There's also a velcro flap at the base, which can seal the gloves off to prevent cold air inflow, making the bands seem unnecessary. For these reasons I will not be able to comment on how well they work in a photography application. One other comment is that each glove has loops which dangle around, which I found annoying.
    Date published: 2010-12-18
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