Patagonia Sizing Chart
|Unisex||6-6 1/2"||7-7 1/2"||8-8 1/2"||9-9 1/2"||10-10 1/2"|
|Men's||-||7-7 1/2"||8-8 1/2"||9-9 1/2"||10-10 1/2"|
|Women's||-||6 1/2-7"||7-7 1/2"||7 1/2-8"||8 1/2-9"|
Hand measurements should be taken around the knuckles (not the thumb).
Measurements refer to body size, not garment dimensions, and are in inches, unless otherwise noted.
*Kids' and Girls' gloves follow standard sizing conventions for other clothing. For example, if a child usually wears a size medium in other clothing, he or she will wear a medium in gloves.
|0-6 mo||6-18 mo||18 mo - 3T||4-5T|
4.7 out of 5
Gloves work well with kayak drytop
March 27, 2011
I got these gloves to extend my kayak season. I got a new drytop Level 6 Duke and got these gloves to go with it. I went out in 40 degree water, 35 degree air with 15 mile wind. I did a roll and my hands were warm.Pros: Performance
May 30, 2012
Although these gloves can keep my hands warm and dry on windy and wet days.... but I still don't like them much.... My fingers feel less dexterous in these gloves because of the stiff outer.
Keeps hands pretty dry and warm.
November 24, 2011
I used them for fishing in the windy rain in 40 F weather and they helped keep my hands from getting extremely cold and provided some protection when cutting up and baiting crabs on the hook. Although your hands can still get wet in these they will stay warm because they are made of neoprene and the water should warm up and provide some insulation like a wetsuit. The insides have a soft microfiber like interior which is comfortable.Pros: Great design, Build quality, Performance, Ease of use, Cons: Cost
Available sizes, while supplies last, include size xs, size small, size medium, size large and size extra large: xs, s, m, l, xl.