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STOHLQUIST Maw Gloves

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  • STOHLQUIST Maw Gloves

    The Maw paddlers glove from Stohlquist offers a 3mm 4-way stretch with pre-curved fingers for a precise grip while keeping you warm and comfortable.

    Features/Benefits:

    • 1 1/8 diameter finger pre-curve eliminates gripping fatigue
    • Grippy palm and finger surfaces provide better inherent paddle control and feel
    • Protective, warm and soft to the touch
    • Displaced seams eliminate irritation and pressure points
    • Absorbant terry cloth fabric on back of index finger for brow-wiping
    • Adjustable wrist closure secures glove in place
    • Glued and blind-stitched seams keep water out
    • O-ring seal at entry for a secure fit
    • 3mm 4-way stretch neoprene for comfort
    • Available in XS through XXL

  • STOHLQUIST Maw Gloves

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    Gender Unisex

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STOHLQUIST Maw Gloves
 
1.8

(based on 5 reviews)

20%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

    Cons

    • Not waterproof (3)
    • Wears out quickly (3)

    Best Uses

        • Sizing:
        • Feels too small

           

          Feels true to size

           

          75% 

          (3 reviews)

          Feels too large

           
        • Reviewer Profile:
        • Practical (3)

      Reviewed by 5 customers

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      1.0

      Bad glove.

      By Martin

      from Florida

      About Me Practical

      Verified Reviewer

      Pros

        Cons

        • Not Waterproof
        • Wears Out Quickly

        Best Uses

          Comments about STOHLQUIST Maw Gloves:

          Glove fell apart after a few hours of usage without any abrasion or impact. Clearly bad adhesive.

          • Sizing:
          • Feels too small
          • Gear Usage:
          • Kayak Touring
          • Was this a gift?:
          • Yes
           
          1.0

          Totally disintegrated after 3 days

          By River Runner

          from Farmington, NH

          About Me Back Country Traveller

          Verified Reviewer

          Pros

          • Comfortable

          Cons

          • Not Waterproof
          • Wears Out Quickly

          Best Uses

            Comments about STOHLQUIST Maw Gloves:

            I used these gloves for a day run in NH, and they performed well - comfortable, kept hands reasonably warm in cold water, and the fit was excellent. I brought them out on a 10 day paddling trip in Quebec, and they totally disintegrated after 3 days of what I would consider moderate use (15 hours of paddling). Very disappointing. The seams completely split across both thumbs and index fingers, the left palm tore through, and more finger tips were poking through than not.

            • Sizing:
            • Feels true to size
            • Gear Usage:
            • Early Season River trip
            • Was this a gift?:
            • Yes
             
            4.0

            I like them

            By Marc the WW kayaker

            from Alexandria, VA

            About Me Comfort-oriented, High-end shopper, Practical

            Verified Reviewer

            Pros

            • Good Grip
            • Warm

            Cons

            • Not Waterproof

            Best Uses

            • Cold Weather

            Comments about STOHLQUIST Maw Gloves:

            I just used these at Dickerson last weekend in 30 degree weather. The water temperature was in the 40s. Although my hands got wet, I don't expect anything to stay dry when whitewater kayaking.

            I found the gloves to be comfortable and offer protection against the rocks and the boat. I went out of my boat twice and the gloves were grippy enough to climb out of the concrete canal and drag my boat behind.

            I like the velcro straps, and I bought the right size for my hands, so I didn't experience any water collecting inside the gloves.

            and most importantly... my hands stayed warm through 2 hours of whitewater kayaking on an overcast day when there was snow on the ground. I'm glad I made the purchase.

            • Sizing:
            • Feels true to size
            • Gear Usage:
            • Cold Weather Living, Winter Sports
            • Was this a gift?:
            • No
             
            2.0

            Seperating first time out

            By solstice

            from Long Island NY

            About Me Practical

            Pros

            • Lightweight

            Cons

            • Wears Out Quickly

            Best Uses

            • Cold Weather

            Comments about STOHLQUIST Maw Gloves:

            I used them for 2 hrs and the seam is splitting at the thumb. I understand they don't last forever but I would expect [...] 80 hrs of paddling my sea kayak. I guess they would keep your hands warm enough to get back in your kayak but not for ever.

            • Sizing:
            • Feels true to size
            • Gear Usage:
            • Cold Weather Living
            • Was this a gift?:
            • No
             
            1.0

            leaks badly when submerged

            By stookinc

            from Virginia

            Pros

            • Very soft

            Cons

            • Lacks glued seams

            Best Uses

            • Warm waters only

            Comments about STOHLQUIST Maw Gloves:

            A key safety reason for wearing neoprene gloves is to keep your hands warm when your kayak flips. Cold hands lose feeling, dexterity, and strength, making rescue difficult or impossible. The lack of glued seems means cold water fills the hand each time you move your hand when submerged. The fingers were snug, so I couldn't get a size smaller.

            Submerged these in 50 degree water for 15 minutes. Hands turned white and started to tingle from the cold. They'd probably go numb within an hour.

            They are extremely soft and comfortable when dry. Since they are no good for cold water immersion, which is the only time one needs neoprene gloves, these are rather useless. Got some Glacier Gloves, which were waterproof and just as comfortable.

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