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Glacier Ice Bay Neoprene Fishing Glove - 1 Pair
Glacier's proprietary glue blend keeps the seams soft and blind stitching offers great durability and most importantly - feel.
No matter what the conditions are when the fishing is good, these gloves, are designed to keep you in the fight.
- One pair of gloves
- Premium fleece lined
- 2 mm. neoprene
- Blind stitched and glued
- Reinforced, waterproof seams
- Suggested use: Fly fishing, Fishing, Hunting, Archery, Outdoor activities
|Material||90% Neoprene, 10 % Polyester|
Style Number: GGL813BKMED, GGL813BLLG, GGL813BKXLG, GGL813BKXXL
Since 1982, Glacier Glove has been striving to find new ways to protect you without sacrificing dexterity. The best materials, best practices, and an undying passion to be outside go into every product design. From the first Glacier Glove born on the shores of Pyramid Lake, Nevada, to hardcore proven products used at the North Pole, their focus is making your experience better.
In the beginning, they started with just gloves, but in 1998, Glacier Glove launched into sun protection gloves and hats as well. Today they are expanding their line to other products that will carry the same high level of quality and performance.
Those who have used Glacier Glove includes fisherman, hunters, paddlers, ice climbers, hikers, horeseback riders, Navy SEALS, U.S. Coast Guard, Antarctic expeditions, climbers on Mt. Everest and Aconcagua, and the U.S. Treasury Dept. during the 2004 Winter Olympics.