Gill Deckhand Gloves, Long 3-Finger
Gill Gloves Sizing Information
6.5" / 16.5 cm
6.5 - 7 "/ 16.5 - 17.5 cm
|7 - 7.5 " / 17.5 - 19 cm||-||-|
6.5" -7"/ 16.5 - 17.5
|-||7" - 7.5" / 17.5 - 19 cm||7.5" - 8.5" - 19 - 21.5 cm||8.5" - 9.5" / 21.4 - 24 cm||9.5" - 10.5" / 24 - 26.5 cm||10.5" - 11.5" / 26.5 - 29 cm|
|Junior||-||-||6" - 6.5" / 16.5 - 17.5 cm||-||-||-||-||-|
|Child||6" / 15 cm||-||-||-||-||-||-|
Gill's redesigned Three Finger Deckhand Gloves offer great and affordable hand protection. Innovative seamless fingers increase the durability of this glove, and double layer Amara reinforcement doesn't absorb or retain water and dries quickly.
A pre-shaped construction fits your natural hand shape, and stretch fabric on the back make this a comfortable fitting glove with ideal flexibility.
- Amara reinforcement is water-resistant
- 4-way Stretch fabric on back for comfort, UV 50+ protection
- Seamless finger construction for durability
- Pre-shaped construction fits your natural hand shape
- Three finger style for extra protection
- Wraparound palm protection and no seam fingertips
- Inside facing wrist closure to prevent accidental starting of watch
|Recommended Use||All Sailing|
|Material / Fabric||70% Amara: 60% Polyamide, 40% Polyurethane. 20% Stretch Insert: 82% Elastane, 18% Polyamide. 10% Neoprene: 78% SBR, 22% Polyamide|
These are the Deckhand Glove, by Gill. They are a three finger, or long finger configuration, where you've got these three fingers completely covered and protected. So we'll get our protection, and it also keeps the glove from wanting to slide down, that can sometimes happen on a fingerless glove. You'll notice, a nice little feature is, they didn't put the seam on the end here, they actually took the material all the way around and put the seam up here. So, much more comfortable on the finger tips. This is a four way stretch quick dry material on the back, and then the wrist cuff is a neoprene construction, and that goes from here all the way around. The neoprene is soft, it wants to flex, but it also wants to always lay flat on your wrist. Then the adjustment down here, sometimes these rubber tabs on foul gear gloves can be maybe a little inflexible. This is a very soft material, and the way they cut it, it really just wants to articulate however they need it to. So, good adjustability.
This is a full Amara palm, that's a synthetic leather that once it gets wet and dries, it doesn't get hard like the old leather gloves used to. Then this double black area or amara for some extra reinforcement, and that wraps all the way around. This is the three finger, or long finger glove, Deckhand, by Gill.