The Perfect Curve Glove is the one that started it all.
Designed with Premium Neoprene and Pre-Curved fingers, these gloves will help you last outdoors all day.
2MM Fleece Lined Neoprene
Seamless Palm Design
Pre Curved Fingers
Excellent product, this is my 2nd pair. I use them for whitewater kayaking in the winter in NC. The curved fingers are perfect for holding a paddle. The Velcro straps are long enough that you can wrap them around your pfd shoulder straps.
its a great glove, tight fit, waterproof, long sleeve, comfy, cant go wrong with this imho
the perfect gloves are great gloves for early winter surfing on the east coast(up to the lower 40* water). The newer wrist strap works much better when you cut the black rubber tip off(doesnt fit under my 5/4 wetsuit wrist seal well). minor tweak with any scissors. its the third pair ive purchased.
I use these gloves for winter kayaking in the finger lakes region of upstate new york. They are very good for this purpose. They keep my hands warm and dry. More importantly, they are light and allow an excellent contact with the paddle.
I got these gloves because I have naturally cold hands and I often bike in the cold and rain. Most gloves don't keep my hands warm and fail to keep the water out, but I've never had an issue with these. Really great purchase and I highly recommend.
Finally an XS glove that fits. The curve does get in the way of total comfort as I paddle, but it fits!
The curve for the fingers is great stops fatigue in the fingers and fingers stay warmer in the cols NZ winter out paddling on my SUP i am going to order another Pair
These gloves are phenomenal! For years I've been searching for quality waterproof gloves of true comfort to no avail. The perfect curve are, without question, the answer. Thank you for glacier glove for making an amazing product!!!
Used 100% for road cycling. This is my second pair for a back up. I live in WA state and we get a lot of rain. Partnered with a Showers Pass rain jacket and there is no excuse fro not riding. Good until the temp drops below 40 for warmth. Add in a set of hand warmers and you're good. Sensitivity is not that great for grabbing energy bars out of a back jersey pocket while riding. Cure is to have jacket with a front chest pocket or tuck the bars under your waist band for easy access. Highly recommended over so called 'waterproof' gloves. They all get wet after an hour of steady rain.