ExStream™ Flex Glove

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$59.95

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ExStream Flex Glove
Features

Description

Sheathed in plush Polartec® Powershield Pro™ fabric, gloves block the wind and wet, while a DWR coated stretch-fleece layer delivers stalwart warmth-to-weight performance. Keep gloves on through an arctic front, and unleash thumb, index, and middle fingers via strategic openings activated for line management and knot-tying tasks.

Features

  • Polartec® Power Shield® Pro fabric is highly water-resistant; water-resistant DWR coated stretch-fleece has a high warmth-to-weight ratio and allows for excellent dexterity
  • Openings at thumb, index and middle fingers allow quick access for line management and knot tying
FABRIC TECH:: Polartec® Power Shield® Pro
APPROX. WEIGHT:: 3.2 oz
SIZES:: S-XL

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Technologies

Size Chart

Glove Size Chart

Men's SizesWidth* Length*
S 7.5" - 8" 6.75" - 7.25"
M 8" - 8.5" 7.25" - 7.75"
L 8.75" - 9.25" 7.75" - 8.25"
XL 9.5" - 10" 8.25" - 9"

* These are body measurements

How to measure for glove size.

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Technology

Technologies

  • Polartec Power Shield Pro description

Reviews

Customer Reviews

5 Review(s)

5 Item(s)

Nice early Spring glove Review by swattinsalmon
Overall
Steelheading in the Northwest waters can be chilly on the fingers. This glove not only offers warmth but bare fingered ability to bait hooks and work lines without the hassle of taking them off. Great product.

(Posted on 5/4/15)

I love these! Great for Womens' cold hands! Review by Lou
Overall
Quick suggestion for you Simms -- offer these in an XS too, and cross-list them in the women's section!

I love to keep fishing in the winter, but am a baby when it comes to getting cold. These gloves are incredible. I have medium hands for a woman, and bought these in S. They fit well and absolutely changed my days on the river. The best part, by far, is a small pocket on the inside of your wrist where you can insert a hand-warmer. This warms up all of the blood going into your hands and is a great feature. When your guides are icing up every second cast and your fishing buddies are freezing, combine these gloves with a pair of Hot-Hands and you'll be the happiest person on the river.

I debated between these and the mitten version, but I'm happy with these since line management is a lot easier with a couple of fingers on your line hand open. Not having to expose all of your fingers is nice. And then flip them back over while you hike up to the next hole.

The outside seems waterproof, but you can't just dunk your hands in the water due to the openings where you can flip it open for your fingers. I just keep these on through fishing, the strike, fighting. Then net the fish, pull off your gloves real quick, and then you're good to go. The gloves dry your hands quickly once they're back inside again.

(Posted on 4/11/15)

I love these! Great for Womens' cold hands! Review by Lou
Overall
Quick suggestion for you Simms -- offer these in an XS too, and cross-list them in the women's section!

I love to keep fishing in the winter, but am a baby when it comes to getting cold. These gloves are incredible. I have medium hands for a woman, and bought these in S. They fit well and absolutely changed my days on the river. The best part, by far, is a small pocket on the inside of your wrist where you can insert a hand-warmer. This warms up all of the blood going into your hands and is a great feature. When your guides are icing up every second cast and your fishing buddies are freezing, combine these gloves with a pair of Hot-Hands and you'll be the happiest person on the river.

I debated between these and the mitten version, but I'm happy with these since line management is a lot easier with a couple of fingers on your line hand open. Not having to expose all of your fingers is nice. And then flip them back over while you hike up to the next hole.

The outside seems waterproof, but you can't just dunk your hands in the water due to the openings where you can flip it open for your fingers. I just keep these on through fishing, the strike, fighting. Then net the fish, pull off your gloves real quick, and then you're good to go. The gloves dry your hands quickly once they're back inside again.

(Posted on 4/11/15)

good work, hands staying warm Review by fly bum
Overall
Review Simms Exstream Flex Glove

The first thing you should know is that I hate having my hands cold while fishing. It could be a perfect day but if my hands are cold I am miserable. The latter thing is that I feel off my fishing game (casting, knot tying, and sensing when fish strike) when I use full finger gloves or mittens. So when I saw the Simms Exstream Flex Glove with their pullback fingertips I thought what the hell and I bought them. Honestly my hope for these gloves was pretty mediocre when I made the purchase; rarely do I actually get a pair of gloves that perform as advertised. However when I got these gloves I immediately fell in love with them.

The outer shell of these gloves has a very neoprene feel to them; water will bead up and slide straight off. While the inner layer is a fluffy fleece that wicks moisture away from the hands. But what make these gloves perfect are the pullback thumb, index, and middle finger tips. Unless I am landing a fish I never have to take these gloves off to tie on a fly, cast, or sense a strike. I just pullback the fingers I want exposed and have at it, and when my fingertips get cold I simply pull those fingertips back on.

My next concern was how they would do after I took them off to land a fish and put them back on with my hands still wet. This didn’t even seem to affect this glove; within a few minutes of putting the gloves back on my hands were warm again.

The only down side to the gloves are what make it great. Eventually your hands are going to go into the water (gloves on) and where the fingertips are pullback water will get into these gloves becoming a soaked mess. This isn’t a design flaw with the gloves. When it happens it will be human error because these gloves are not meant to be submerged in water.

Ultimately I recommend these gloves to anyone that fly fish during the winter, it will be money well spent and you will not be disappointed with them.

(Posted on 1/11/15)

Work great on the River Review by Erin M
Overall
Love these,very workable on the River, easy to flip the finger covering off. Excellent rod grip,I would recommend these as a must have.
I have 3-4 pair of simms gloves an they keep improving them every year, good job Simms

(Posted on 12/12/14)

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