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OVERVIEW: Our Neoprene gloves are designed to provide all weather protection against both dry cold and wet cold conditions. The beauty of the Neoprene fabric is it effectively employs the user's body heat to form a barrier against harsh conditions. The trapping of warmth and/or warmed moisture creates a layer of insulation against the cold. They are recommended for cold and wet conditions and temperatures between 40° - 60° F. The snug fitting, stretchiness of Neoprene ensures user dexterity is maintained, even in wet weather conditions.
FABRIC DETAILS & CONSTRUCTION: Unlike other types of rubber, Neoprene is extremely durable and resists natural degradation, making it a good choice for activewear applications. Neoprene because of it's innate design, is a closed cell foam that trap thousands of insulating gas bubbles. This means, in dry, cold weather, the user is warmed by their own trapped body heat. In cold wet weather, the fabric traps a tiny layer of water against the skin and warms it with body heat. Think of a surf wet suit, for your hands.
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Using a soft measuring tape, bring the tape across your back under each arm, around the front. For women, measure the widest point of the bust. For men, measure around the largest part of your chest.
Bend to one side to find natural indentation in torso. This is your natural waist. Run tape around waistline, keeping tape parallel with floor.
Stand on a level surface with feet together. Measure around fullest part of hips and bottom (approximately 7" - 9" below waistline), keeping tape parallel with floor.
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