Glacier Glove Kenai Neoprene Winter Gloves
Glacier Gloves are THE cold weather gloves!
When you’re cleaning windows in the cold and snow, the last thing you want to worry about is your gloves. You want a pair of gloves that will keep your hands warm and dry so you can work.
The Glacier Glove Kenai gloves are a great pair of gloves for winter window cleaning. They’ll keep your hands warm while keeping the water out. Made of flexible neoprene, these gloves are great for working with wet tools. Their dexterity and functionality combined with warmth and comfort make this a versatile pair of gloves for cold, wet conditions. Uniquely constructed from premium TechLine Neoprene, this nylon-lined glove is 100% waterproof and features a seamless palm with a sharkskin texture for an enhanced grip.
These gloves have a Velcro strap on the wrists. If you’re looking for a similar glove without a strap, check out the Glacier Glove Ice Bay gloves. See the related items below.
- 100% Waterproof, blind-stitched & glued
- Sharkskin texture for enhanced grip
- TechLine top-of-the-line neoprene
- Quick-drying 2mm nylon lining for warmth
- Seamless palm design
- Velcro strap to keep out wind & water
Why should you choose the Glacier Glove Kenai gloves?
The Glacier Glove Kenai gloves are designed for precise working. They’re designed to make your work easier with the great grip of their seamless sharkskin-textured palm. They feature a quick-drying 2mm nylon lining to keep your hands toasty warm. Additionally, they have a Velcro strap to keep out the wet and cold.
A good pair of winter window cleaning gloves should first off be WARM and WATERPROOF. You also have to be able to work in them, so they should have good GRIP and be FLEXIBLE. Finally, you want your gloves to last, so they should be DURABLE. A good pair of winter window cleaning gloves get used every day and should last about a season.
How do the Glacier Glove Kenai gloves stack up?
Pro & Cons
Pros: These gloves have great flexibility for good tool manipulation.
Cons: Neoprene can get nicked, which will cause the gloves to leak. These may not be a good glove for some jobs with sharp surfaces, such as cleaning gutters.
Neoprene gloves are good at keeping your hands warm, but they’re not as breathable as some other types of gloves. If you want to avoid sweaty hands, try these gloves one size larger than you would normally wear and add a pair of glove liners. Liners will help wick away the sweat and keep your hands dry without sacrificing warmth or the flexibility of neoprene.
What size Glacier Glove Kenai gloves are right for you?
Here’s Glacier Glove’s guidelines for choosing the right size gloves.
|Large||8 1/4 - 9 inches|
|X-large||9 - 9 3/4 inches|
|XX-large||9 3/4 - 10 3/4 inches|
To get your hand’s circumference, measure your dominate hand around your knuckles with your fingers together and your hand flat. Do not include your thumb.
Available in large, X-large, and XX-large.