CLAW 3.0 Black Yellow M (8 inch)
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WHAT THE STAFF THINK:If you water ski regularly then a good pair of gloves will not only allow you to ski longer but it will also improve your performance. These are a high end full fingered glove aimed at serious recreational and competition water skiiers. Excellent!To get the correct size simply measure around the widest point of your knuckles all the way around the hand.THE BLURB:The Connelly Claw 3.0 Waterski Wakeboard Gloves - Connellys performance fit gloves - full-fingered design and super accentuated pre-curved fingers for an ultimate hold so you can hang a little longer. Amongst other things, the Claw has an Ergonomically stitched palm for maximum flex and comfort, 1 inch locking Velcro strap for quick and easy adjustments and a 1.5 inch Velcro webbing strap for a locked wrist. Full fingered design for complete protection. Super accentuated pre-curved fingers for an ultimate hold. Full palm, finger, and thumb Kevlar fabric. Embossed neoprene knuckle panel for a performance fit. Index and pinky leather veneer EVA pads for protection. Ergonomically stitched palm for maximum flex and comfort. 1 inch locking Velcro strap for quick and easy adjustments. 1.5 inch Velcro webbing strap for a locked wrist.CONNELLY CLAW 3.0 PRODUCT OVERVIEW:1) Full protection and warmth for your fingers. 2) This is a high performance product that is built to high quality standards. 3) The fingers are pre-curved so that your hand adopts a natural fist without any effort. 4) Neoprene backs provide comfort flexibility and warmth. 5) Velcro straps provide a secure and fast way to get these gloves snug and perfectly adjusted. 6) Designed to provide the ultimate in comfort. CONNELLY CLAW 3.0 KEY FEATURES: Full Finger Protection. High Performance. Pre-Curved Fingers. Stretch Neoprene Backs. Velcro Closures. Very Comfortable to Wear.
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