Waterproof and stretchy, these Waterproof Gloves by Hanz provide comfortable protection from the elements. The glove is composed of three highly engineered layers, one of which includes a membrane that is capable of allowing perspiration to escape, without allowing water to penetrate.
Minimal bulk, seamless construction and stretch, HANZ gloves are built with a three-layer waterproof construction and breathable MVT membrane to keep you dry.
- Three-layer construction, securely bonded throughout entire glove
- Nylon/Lycra Spandex shell offers a durable, flexible, stretch covering
- Moisture wicking liner
- Stretchable waterproof, breathable MVT membrane
- Palms are covered with a gripping pattern of unique abrasion resistant dots
- Low-bulk, stretch-to-fit construction provides superior dexterity and tactility
- High pressure tested to check for leaks
- Seamless design provides the ultimate in performance and comfort without annoying ridges and pressure points
|Recommended Use||All Sailing, Cold Weather|
|Material / Fabric||Nylon/Lycra Spandex shell, waterproof MVT membrane|
This is the Hanz Waterproof Breathable Glove. It is a synthetic. It has a nice, soft interior. It has a membrane that's sandwiched between the synthetic knit outside and inside that provides the waterproof breathable performance. So, it also has these grip dots on the palm. These run really large, so you can go down a size quite commonly. I'm an XL, and you can see how big this is on my hand. So, being waterproof, breathable, I could literally just dunk my hand in water all the way up to here, and my hand would stay dry. Now, this membrane does not like to be overly stretched, or if it's wet, be wrung tightly. It can permanently damage it by overstretching it, so I wouldn't say this is the most durable glove, so if you're doing a lot of sheet handling, if you're jumping halyards, this probably isn't your glove. If you're sailing in the Spring or in the Fall and you're just driving in wet conditions, this is just a nice general Waterproof, Breathable, lightly insulated glove by Hanz.