One of the toughest sailing gloves on the market, the Fingerless Gill Pro Gloves are built to satisfy those who say they can go through any glove in a weekend. Tough Proton Ultra material palm and fingers with wrap construction work to prevent rope burn.
These gloves feature exposed fingertips to ensure superior dexterity. Dura-Grip fabric on the lower palm provides a reliable grip without compromising flexibility.
- Proton-Ultra palm and fingers for durability
- Dura-Grip fabric on lower palm for excellent grip
- Pre-curved fingers for comfort when gripping line
- Seamless construction on fingers for durability
- Inside wrist closure prevents false starting of watch
- Exposed fingertips for maximum dexterity
- Durable stretch woven fabric on back for more flexibility
|Recommended Use||All Sailing|
|Material / Fabric||Nylon, Polyurethane|
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- Great gloves! Haved used others, which were adequate, but these things are brutes!m Review by Gonzo
Have experience with others in 20+ years of sailing, but these wear very well. I usually single hand my 31 footer...and use my hands in my my podiatry practice. 'Nuf said.
(Posted on 7/16/2015)
Drew from APS Sales and Customer Service takes a look at the Pro Sailing Glvoes by Gill
The Pro Gill Gloves are designed for the serious sailor. If you are constantly handling lines these are the gloves for you. Let’s take a look at some of the features.
These gill gloves are made from a durable material called Proton – Ultra. Gill went to a great deal to design this material to provide long lasting durability.
This material will provide protection from loaded sheets in breeze, and will be a valuable tool for people who are constantly handling those loaded lines.
The wrist closure has a neoprene cuff with a Velcro strap. It allows for a comfortable feeling on the wrist while having some stretch for ease of movement. The Velcro has good
grip, and will stay shut all day long.
If you are looking for added protection for your hands the finger length is generous to give protection without having the feeling of full fingered gloves.
In conclusion, if you’re looking for a new pair of gloves, the Gill Pro Gloves are a great option. If you are a spinnaker trimmer like me, these gloves will give that added protection for big eases, grip while trimming and long lasting durability. If you tend to burn through your gloves, look for these gill gloves as a replacement which will provide you a great return on your investment lasting multiple sailing seasons.