Kispiox Glove

ITEM #
PG-12477
Neoprene steelheading glove with thoughtfully placed fleece insulation, so your hands stay warm and you stay focused on the fish.
$59.95
Rating:
56% of 100
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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Description

Northern B.C. or eastern Oregon, steelhead season is synonymous with cold water and colder weather. Managing your hands in these conditions can be difficult. Our Kispiox Glove offers a waterproof neoprene design for full hand immersion and back-of-hand fleece insulation for added warmth without compromising dexterity.

Features

  • Fleece lined back of hand
  • High stretch palm for dexterity
  • 100% waterproof
  • Tech finger design
  • FABRIC TECH: 100% neoprene

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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Reviews (5)

  1. If you are looking for warm gloves, that's a bad choice

    40%

    I bought these gloves for the autumn season, and I was really disappointed that my hands got cold before I got on a boat. Maybe they are waterproof and you can easily get a fish out of the water with your hands, but they don't keep your hands warm during fishing. As an option, you can buy a bigger size of these gloves and wear wool gloves under neoprene gloves. But I paid money for warm and waterproof, and can't use them as I was expecting.
  2. Buy A Different Glove

    40%

    I’ve fished the Great Lakes tributaries for 12 years and have tried to keep my hands warm while fishing my centerpin setup. I thought I’d try these gloves as a means to keep my hands warm while landing fish. They don’t cut it if the temps are below 38 degrees. Unfortunately there are not many great days of fishing for steelhead in less than 38 degrees. I’ve had better success recently with wool gloves or the Simms fleece fold over mitts. I would have rather spent my $60 on wool fingerless gloves and hand warmers. I’ll also note that I own tons of Simms stuff, from G3 waders and boots to gloves to jackets and love them all. I’m just not satisfied with these. I think they’re too tight and they restrict the blood flow to your fingers in the cold.
  3. Not waterproof

    40%

    I recently purchased a pair of these gloves for a fishing trip in Nevada during snow, wind and temperatures in the teens. After wearing them I found that they were not completely waterproof due to moisture getting in and causing my fingers to freeze. Nice fit but I wouldn’t ever use them in cold weather. I thought they were intended for cold weather also but maybe not.
  4. Bass All Year Round

    60%

    I need a high quality waterproof glove but I wear a 2XL to 3XL depending on the brand. Bring it on, Simms
  5. Too bad they don't come in men sizes

    100%

    Great gloves XL are too damn tight - they need some XXL & XXXL etc. For us guys without girly hands.