XCEL Glove KITE 5-finger 3mm
Gloves designed for kitesurfing. Provide warmth and comfort in cold days on the water. Perfect for autumn and winter season. Despite their thickness, the gloves guarantee solid and strong grip due to special profile. You don’t need to worry about corns on the hands.
The rubber covered inner side of the glove provides sure grip on bar or boom. Your hand will not slip.
Wrist seals minimize water intakes and help keep your hands warm.
Closed hand glove profile makes your grip better. You can hold your boom or bar with less effort.
The glove is covered with rubber. This solution increases durability and helps to keep your hands warm.
Very strong glued seams provide great durability.
TEXTURE SKIN means that your glove is covered with thin rubber. Primarily it protects your hand from the cold wind.
XCEL is an American company. Prices in Europe are increased due to import cost and taxes.
These gloves are great for windsurfing and are very good choice for autumn or winter sessions. Despite the 3mm thickness grip on the boom is comfortable due to used solutions. Is a good idea to go windsurfing with these gloves? We definitely don’t recommend these gloves for windsurfing. 3 mm neoprene causes difficulties with boom grabbing. Your hands would be tired very fast.
These curved fingers provide better grip on boom and bar. Places your hand in closed position and supports your grip. In normal straight design, you must tension neoprene to grab bar or boom and you lose your energy. This solution provides that you hold it with less effort.
Mitten gloves are definitely warmer, but some people don’t like one-fingered gloves due to problems with smartphone using.
Yes, this is neoprene. This material keeps the warmth of your body inside a glove.
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