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Fully waterproof from wrist to fingertips. Unfurl the map. Run your fingers along the Coastal Range ridges. And get decked out for steelhead season warmth in Simms' Skeena Glove. Fully waterproof from wrist to fingertips, gloves feature a shark-skin textured palm for superior bite on slippery objects. Deluxe interior laminate material includes a moisture-wicking grid fleece. And gasket cuffs seal the wrist, blocking migrating water from trespassing up your sleeves.
|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
Only glove I have had over 40 years of fishing that work for fly fishing, only problem is size XL still a little small.
(Posted on 1/7/2016)
The biggest problem I had is the size, if you are ordering them order a size larger if you want them to fit correctly.
(Posted on 10/23/2015)
Mueller JK, 7/27/2015
I bought these to go fly fishing in Alaska. They kept my hands warm and dry, the only issue is the palms are so "sticky" that I had a good bit of trouble with letting stripping the line. Obviously fingerless gloves would have worked better for that application.
I also did a good bit of fishing with a spinning rig. The gloves were great for that except on a run away I grabbed for the reel and the line cut right through the index finger glove and into my finger. One one hand, the glove probably saved my finger, but now I have little use for what is left of the glove.
Warm, dry, tight fit.
(Posted on 7/27/2015)
These gloves performed well for me during early fall steelhead season, but here on the east coast winter came quick and painfully. These aren't the most durable gloves either, they tore at the junction of the left pointer and middle finger.
(Posted on 4/28/2015)
I had gotten these gloves for guiding the Naknek in Alaska during the cold and rainy mornings while running a jet boat up the river. They kept my hands bone dry and warm against the spray and the Palm grip was perfect for operating the throttle! Matched with the elastic cuffs on my G3 jacket the waterproofness was perfect. I did have a hard time trying to tail large bows, however and thought the gloves were best used for wearing while operating my boat and not so much with landing fish...
(Posted on 2/4/2015)
Love these gloves. Fast delivery everything that I wanted. Thank you.
(Posted on 1/14/2015)
Glover's Travels, 12/28/2014
These gloves are amazing. Comfortable, warmer than should be expected, wind and water impervious. I bought them mostly for rowing my drift boat when cold winter wind would otherwise make my hands freeze. Out of all the gloves I have ever tried, these are by far the best. They also leave plenty of dexterity in the fingers to fish things out of the boat bag or coat pockets without removing them. The gasket on the wrist seems best next to skin, but the description seems to indicate they should go over coat cuffs. I wouldn't have guessed that because the gaskets are so snug I assume it would be a difficult fit, but I'll give it a shot. The kid at the outdoors store where I bought them said they are his favorite glove for surfing in the winter. I am sure they are perfect for that and many other uses.
(Posted on 12/28/2014)
The gloves are very waterproof, but my hands still ended up cold at the first river not sure if they just haven't broken in to my hands yet or what but it's not a good day when you put your fingerless gloves on to warm up from your waterproof ones....
(Posted on 12/28/2014)
I've used these gloves in very cold conditions ice fishing as well as fly fishing the Colorado high country. The gloves are totally waterproof when I tuck them into my waterproof North Face and made a day that I was sick out on the water much less miserable than had I had cold hands. I would recommend this to any friend--there's a lot of value here along with quality and technology deserving of the SIMMS brand name.
(Posted on 12/18/2014)
James from Ohio, 12/16/2014
Bought these gloves last week so when I am fly fishing in northeast Ohio during the cold weather months my hands would stay warm and dry but not the case. The temp was 37 degrees and my hands were freezing all day and when I put my hand in the water to handle a steelhead I realized there was a leak in between the middle and ring finger. On top of that your hands cannot breathe and will sweat which makes them even more cold. You better off not even wearing them. The more Simms gear I buy I realize its all junk and your just buying the name. There is a lot better quality products on the market for half the price as Simms. Don't expect to stay warm and dry if you buy these gloves. And since I assumed I was getting quality gloves I threw the receipt out and the piece of crap Backpackers shop would not exchange them for me. Stick with Gortex gloves much better quality.
(Posted on 12/16/2014)