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    AQUALUNG Thermocline Zip GLOVES


    Regular price $35.00

    This glove is designed for easy donning and doffing while bobbing in the watter before and after your dives.

    The zipper closure is 5” (12.7cm) long starting from the cuff and extending over the thumb. The length and location of the zipper is ideal because it releases pressure off of your hand at it’s widest point. This reduces suction and also creates a wide opening when pilling the gloves on.

    The hook and loop tab is 4.5” (11.5cm) long and can easily be placed into a resting position with the glove unzipped. This helps prevent the tab from becoming a snag hazard. The tab also helps hold the glove open while drying.

    The main purpose for the hook and loop tab is to hold the zipper tab in the locked position, and protect the zipper slider/puller while diving. Also If for any reason the zipper is damaged, the glove cuff can still be closed tightly using the hook and loop tab. Being numb is dummies.

    • The glove is made of 5mm regular neoprene.
    • The gusset is 2mm neoprene and glued/blind stitched to minimize water exchange.
    • The finger seams are triple glued and blind stitched to reduce water exchange.
    • The Zipper is a #5 plastic YKK zipper to prevent corrosion.
    • Hook and loop tab holds the zipper puller in place and protects the slider.
    • The palm of the glove is silicone printed to increase grip.
    Thickness 3mm and 5mm
    Wrist Closure Yes
    Neoprene Regular Neoprene
    Palm and/or Finger Coating Rubberized
    Seams Triple Glued & Blind-stitched
    Warranty One Year Limited



    Palm Circumference (A)

    Hand Length (B)

    XS 7"-7.75" 6.5"-6.75"
    SM 7.75"-8" 6.75"-7.25"
    MD 8"-8.5" 7.25"-7.5"
    LG 8.5"-8.75" 7.5"-7.75"
    XL 8.75"-9.25" 7.75"-8.25"
    XXL 9.25"-9.75" 8.25"-8.5"

    Measurement Instructions

    Use a soft measuring tape to measure the circumference of the dominant hand around the knuckles. Measure from the wrist crease to the tip of the middle finger to find hand length.