Is this good for diving in 45-50 degree F water ?
ZHIKAI C I used this pair of gloves for my dive trip to galapagoes. It was comfortable and felt warm enough.
DAMIR M It works, but sooner or later if you a diving dry suit you will have to go to dry gloves. I dive rebreather and after long dive 2-3 hours in cold water finger tips getting really cold. For shorter dive no problem.
Miyuki S It depends on your cold tolerance, but this is appropriate for the temperature range.
TRACEY E It depends on how you do in cold water. I can last about an hour with these gloves in 41 degree water.
LUKE R Ye, they work very well for that range.
MICHELLE M I've used them in 39 degree water. Winter diving after about a 1/2 an hour your hands start to feel a little chilly but they are the best wet gloves I've tried for keeping your hands warm.
AMY W Yes. I have used my most often while diving in those temps in my local quarry.
FREDRICKA H the 5mm would be alright for short dives. if you doing a deco dive a 7mm Mitt type glove might be better....
AUSTIN H 45-50 should be fine for these and other 5mm gloves. Although in my opinion this depends a lot on the diver. If you stay pretty warm generally when at these temps you may find this thickness bulky, and more difficult when using a Camera or Speargun. But if your cooler most of the times during your dive, then a glove in the 5-7mm range is what you want.