From Japanese words, 'TE' meaning hand, and 'MUREZU' meaning no humidness, come the TEMRES Breathable Warm Gloves by Atlas.
These gloves are liquid-proof, warm, and breathable. The thin, yet durable coating and the acrylic lining maximize comfort and flexibility when water conditions are cold and demanding.
- Fabric is abrasion-resistant, breathable Polyurethane coating with warm acrylic lining
- Rough grip to handle wet lines and slippery objects even in the cold
- Resistant to both water and oil
- Warm to -4 degrees
- Nitrile was added to the fingertips to increase protection and wear resistance
|Features||Windproof, Breathable, Water Repellent|
|Recommended Use||All Sailing, Cold Weather|
|Material / Fabric||Polyurethane coating with acrylic lining|
This is the Atlas TemRes, that is temperature resistant, breathable warm glove. This is a polyurethane coated glove. It is fleece lined on the inside, really soft. That's a permanently sewn in liner. This is actually a waterproof, breathable material. It's fairly flexible for kind of a chemical glove, if you will. They are quite open here, but you'd be surprised how little water tends to get in here. If you're wearing these off shore you can pull your jacket over top of this and cinch down your inner jacket seal over top of this. You end up with a glove that is well insulated, pretty grippable and just comfortable. Certainly you're not going to maintain a lot of dexterity and do small tasks, but boy if you want to keep your hand dry, you'll be happy with the Atlas TemRes glove.