Fourth Element 5mm Neoprene Gloves
The Ultimate glove for maximum dexterity and warmth.
Not a hunting glove
Once again Fourth Element have triumphed in thermal protection. This time for your most important working extremity, your hands.
If your hands get cold during a dive, it becomes increasingly difficult to complete essential tasks such as pressing your inflate and deflate buttons on BCD’s and drysuits. Try unclipping your BCD or weights at the end of a dive with numb and weakened hands and it almost proves to difficult. Not a good state to be in.
Fourth Element gloves offer a snug fitting design that nearly eliminates water flow into the glove. With all the stitching fully sealed it takes a good 5-10 minutes before you start to feel the water getting in.
Most divers will find the 3mm neoprene offers enough warmth, but for those who need a little extra this 5mm is the answer.
The glove is difficult to get into for the first few dives, but it will be worth the effort.
The gloves have a patterned exterior coating which helps maintain grip and dexterity making these the ultimate thermal glove.
The 5mm gloves give outstanding dexterity – ideal for photography and videography.
- Features include;
- Stretch neoprene for fit and comfort
- Thermoflex lining for warmth,
- Sealed seams to minimise water ingress,
- Easy donning minimalist design
- Carbonite finish for grip and durability.
These gloves have also been popular with sailors heading out into colder climates due to the waterproof seals.
These gloves keep your hands so warm in winter. They are hard to get on when new and/or dry but so worth it. Only reason they don’t get 5 stars is because of lack of dexterity. If you need warm hands and won’t be needing to do fiddly work such as using a camera then these are for you!