Subscribe Contribute Advertise Facebook Twitter Instagram Forums Newsletter
Waterproof and tough Gloves for scrambling.
Display Avatars Sort By:
John S.
(jshann) - F
Re: Neoprene.. on 11/19/2012 15:22:30 MST Print View

Read reviews on the NRS on REI and NRS website. Some mention not very durable.

Justin Baker
(justin_baker) - F

Locale: Santa Rosa, CA
Re: Re: Waterproof and tough Gloves for scrambling. on 11/19/2012 15:24:44 MST Print View

How about these gloves? Not really ultralight but they would be durable.

http://www.cabelas.com/mens-shooting-gloves-cabelas-kangaroo-leather-gore-tex-thinsulate-8482-shooting-gloves.shtml#BVRRWidgetID

Tad Englund
(bestbuilder) - F - MLife

Locale: Pacific Northwest
Re: wells lamont on 11/19/2012 15:55:03 MST Print View

David, thanks.
I also found them on Amazon for $4.99 (w/free shipping for me), I ordered me a dozen!

Rick M
(rmjapan) - F

Locale: London, UK
white "string" utility gloves on 11/19/2012 16:15:31 MST Print View

del

Edited by rmjapan on 06/19/2015 08:42:45 MDT.

David Olsen
(oware)

Locale: Steptoe Butte
string gloves on 11/19/2012 16:40:18 MST Print View

every quickstop and hardware store carries the white string gloves around here.

They are not warm enough for all situations by themselves, but often are and save my
good gloves and mittens from hard use. You can even layer them up if you get some loose
enough.

Rick M
(rmjapan) - F

Locale: London, UK
my outdoor Winter glove on 11/19/2012 19:07:03 MST Print View

del

Edited by rmjapan on 06/19/2015 08:39:17 MDT.

Douglas Ray
(dirtbagclimber)

Locale: Pacific Northwest
durability of Neoprene.... on 11/20/2012 09:14:50 MST Print View

I seem to go through a couple of pairs of these a year, I don't keep track of how many days. I'd say they last about as long as a pair of fleece gloves. NRS does make other models, some with reinforced palms and fingers that would probably last much longer. I can't bring myself to give up the dexterity though.

I did try some much cheaper neoprene gloves from glacierglove, and they were trashed in two days of climbing. I decided that the NRS ones were more economical in the long run. I've given in to gloves being a consumable item.

Eric Blumensaadt
(Danepacker) - MLife

Locale: Mojave Desert
Neoprene as an insulating layer on 11/20/2012 14:24:33 MST Print View

I've used neoprene gloves for sea kayaking and duck hunting (decoy handling). They must be reinforced first with Shoe Goo at wear areas, like inside thumb-to-forefinger and fingertips.

THEN put a size XL synthetic work glove over them to protect them.