The Atlas Warm Glove with Removable Liner is a longtime favorite among collegiate and dinghy sailors during frostbite season. The PVC shell is abrasion resistant yet flexible, with a rough grip for handling slippery objects such as sheets and halyards. The removable internal lining keeps hands warm and dry during your coldest days on the water. Combined, the glove and liner will allow for ample freedom of movement and flex, which will help reduce hand fatigue.
- PVC Shell with removable, non-water absorbing internal lining
- Rough grip for handling slippery objects such as sheets and halyards
- Loose fit
- Designed for use down to -4 degrees Fahrenheit
- Allows freedom of movement and flexing to help reduce hand fatigue
- Removable liner dries quickly and can be easily washed
|Recommended Use||Cold Weather|
|Material / Fabric||PVC Coated Outer; Cotton/Acrylic Lining|
This is the Atlas Warm Glove. This is a PVC dipped glove. It's completely waterproof and what's nice about it is the acrylic liner is removable. It's a really soft plush so to put these on I put this glove liner on first. Nice and dry. Slide this glove on and my hands are dry and cozy. It has a really soft fit and if I'm off shore, say I'm driving and I've got a driving rain coming at me, I can simply just put these under my jacket and use the inner cuff and cinch that down and keep all the water out.
Now if I'm doing passage making and I'll be using these day after day whether it's perspiration or water gets in these, with other gloves with a sewn in liner it's very difficult to get the gloves to dry but with these you pull these out, put these in the hanging locker. We sell these glove liners separately so if you have another set of these, when you go on watch again grab your dry pair and just slide those really cozy glove liners on and you're back at the helm with dry hands. The Warm Glove with Removable Liners by Atlas.