Stohlquist Barnacle 1/2 Finger Paddling Gloves

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Stohlquist Barnacle 1/2 Finger Paddling Gloves, Black-Blue, 600
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The Stohlquist Barnacle 1/2 Finger Paddling Gloves are lightweight and very comfortable so you can have the protection to keep your fingers and hand feeling good and blister-free. The silicone Barnacle Tactiles on the palm give you excellent grip and paddle control even as they get wet. Keeping those blisters at bay are polysuede pads at the thumb, index finger and palm and, for added comfort, you'll have a terry cloth thumb panel and a hook and loop wrist closure.


  • Unique Silicone Barnacle Tactiles on palm
  • Polysuede Pads at the thumb, index finger and palm
  • Terry Cloth Thumb Panel
  • Hook and Loop Wrist Closure

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Model Year 2016 Model Number D324511 Product ID 375377
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Cushion in the gloves made for a great kayak trip. No soreness in my hands, no blisters and we had a tough paddle recently. Were not too hot, comfortable fit.
 
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Q: Would these be good for wheelchair gloves as well?
Asked : Nov 12, 2015
By : Buffy, Hubbard
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A: These would most likely work fine as wheelchair gloves. Paddling gloves are fairly padded and are durable, as well as offering a grippy palm. I use an old pair as workout gloves and they work well for that.
Answered : Nov 12, 2015
By : Chris
 
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