Palmyth Kayak Gloves

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The stylish, supportive and ergonomically comfortable Palmyth kayak gloves are perfect for kayakers looking for reliable quick-drying gloves. Ideal for sunny climes, the Palmyth kayak gloves are comfortable, flexible, and offer lots of mobility.

With the seemingly standard ¾ fingers to allow for dexterity-demanding tasks, their is only a lighter protective padding that will suit paddlers on the more leisure side of kayaking, rather than heavy-duty gloves for extreme conditions.

These gloves also come in a range of colors and styles in order to accommodate your tastes. The fabric is particularly good for protecting your skin against the sun and can be machine washed to remove sweat stains and scents.

Our Overall Review

3.8

Reasons to buy:

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    Provides great comfort and stability
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    Stretchy and lightweight
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    Quick Drying
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    Easy to remove
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    Offers a high level of thumb support
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    Lots of customization options

Reasons NOT to buy:

  • check-markProvides little protection
  • check-markThin material with little insulation
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Palmyth

Specs & Features

  • SPF +50 UV protection material
  • Fingerless
  • Ultra-lightweight
  • Wrist and fingertip removal pull-tabs
  • Light and breathable design
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Our Overall Review

3.8

Reasons to buy:

  • check-mark
    Provides great comfort and stability
  • check-mark
    Stretchy and lightweight
  • check-mark
    Quick Drying
  • check-mark
    Easy to remove
  • check-mark
    Offers a high level of thumb support
  • check-mark
    Lots of customization options

Reasons NOT to buy:

  • check-markProvides little protection
  • check-markThin material with little insulation
  • check-markNot great for cold weather

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