NRS Reactor Water Rescue Gloves

(2 customer reviews)

$54.95

  • Brand: NRS
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  • Reactor Gloves feature 3 mm neoprene with titanium laminate adhesive to provide maximum warmth when you're working in cold conditions. The palm and fingers are constructed with super tough aramid material that provides tenacious grip for rope handling and other demanding physical work. Fingers are pre-curved to relieve hand fatigue while gripping paddles and ropes. Seams are glued and blind-stitched for durability and warmth. PowerSpan 4-way stretch fabric provides increased finger mobility. GripCote on the backs of the fingers helps prevent wind chill and evaporative cooling. A soft strip of fleece on the side of your thumb and forearm is perfect for wiping the sweat from your brow after a successful rescue. Wristband with hook-and-loop closure ensures a secure fit. Rubber bite tab on the wrist assists with donning, even when your hands are wet. Pairing snaps on the wrists help keep the gloves together.
  • Made outside of the US
  • Material: 3 mm neoprene
  • Seams: Glued & blind-stitched
  • Taped Seams: No
  • Palm Material: Aramid
  • Wrist Closure: Adjustable hook-and-loop strap
  • Gender Sizing: Men
  • Features: PowerSpan backing on neoprene
  • GripCote™ patches on fingers
  • Fleece strip on thumb and wrist
  • Wrist pairing snaps
  • Weight: 10 oz.
  • Sizing:
    • Small Width - 3 1/4" Length - 7"
    • Medium Width - 3 1/2" Length - 7 1/2"
    • Large Width - 3 3/4" Length - 7 3/4"
    • XL Width - 4" Length - 8"
    • XXL Width - 4 1/2" Length - 8 1/2"

2 reviews for NRS Reactor Water Rescue Gloves

  1. Joseph S Guthrie

    Solid rescue glove and frigid weather paddling glove. This is one of the warmest cold water gloves on the market and likely the most durable water glove out there.

  2. John Turner

    Bought these on a recommendation of a friend. They seemed stiff and heavy. Worn for a four day swiftwater course and they are a bit less stiff but otherwise like new. Different gloves on my classmates were shredded. Grip is sure. Would probably prefer thinner glove for anything warmer than 70 F.
    The tactility is a bit clumsy for tying knots and burping a latex neck seal. Neoprene cuff, when overlapped with drysuit cuff, was like a wetsuit, keeping warm water in and limiting exchange with outside water.

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