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Simms Solarflex Guide Gloves
    Simms Solarflex Guide Gloves
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      Simms Solarflex Guide Gloves

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    • $49.95

    SIMMS SOLARFLEX GUIDE GLOVE

    UV killing, guide-trusted gloves From gripping oars to finessing push poles, prepare your hands for plush living inside Simms' UPF 50 SolarFlex® Guide Glove. Half-finger engineering makes knot tying notably easier, while smooth stretch fabric enhances mobility across the back of hands. In addition, full coverage around the cuffs saves wrists from immersion in the oven. Water resistant goat leather palms bolster slip-free grip. And extended coverage on index and middle fingers makes stripping a cinch, prolonging the life of your dedicated digits.

    FEATURES

    • Lightweight, quick‐drying & breathable
    • Water‐resistant goat leather palms 
    • Extended index & middle fingers 
    • Pairing snaps
    • FABRIC TECH: SolarFlex stretch fabric –;92% polyester/8% spandex
    • APPROX. WEIGHT: 1.6 oz.
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    David Singer (Pennsylvania) | September 13th, 2019
    Best gloves yet. I've gone through several fishing gloves and these are my favorite. Long days on the water, stripping line, can leave your hands in rough shape. Fly line will strip the moisture from your fingers leaving them dry and cracked. Then, add a nice line burn to your index finger as you set the hook on that trophy fish. You know the feeling. These will help prevent that. Lightweight material gives you plenty of feel and sensitivity. That said, be careful taking them off, before handling your fish. I've already busted a few threads ripping them off quickly in my haste to get fish back into the water.