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About Cressi High Stretch Glove

Cressi High Stretch 5-Finger Gloves are made from Single-Lined Soft, High-Stretch Nylon l Neoprene. The Inside of the Glove is covered in Metallite which make them easy to put on. The Anatomical Preformed Shape favors the Natural Position of the Hand, with Semi-Bent Fingers. The entire Outside-Surface of the Glove is covered with a Non-Slip Finish for a Sure-Grip in all Conditions or Situations.

They come in 2.5 mm, 3.5 mm and 5 mm Thicknesses, for varying Water Temperature and Diver Application Requirements, these Gloves give an Extraordinarily Sensitive Touch together with Good-Protection from the Cold. The Gloves Seams are Glued-and-Sewn for Strength and Durability. Gloves are Black Patterned in color and are covered by a 12 month limited warranty.

Warranty Information

This product has a limited warranty of 12 months.

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Cressi High Stretch Glove Features

  • 5-Finger Gloves Design
  • Single-Lined Soft, High-Stretch Nylon l Neoprene
  • Lining: Metallite for Easy Donning
  • Anatomical Preformed Shape Favors Natural Position of Hand, with Semi-Bent Fingers
  • Outside-Surface: Non-Slip Finish for Sure-Grip in All-Conditions
  • 3 Thicknesses: 2.5 mm, 3.5 mm and 5 mm for Varying Water Temperature and Diver Application
  • Extraordinarily Sensitive Touch
  • Good-Protection from Cold
  • Seams: Glued-and-Sewn for Strength and Durability
  • Color: Black Patterned
  • 1 Year Limited Warranty

Cressi High Stretch Glove Customer Reviews Powered by TurnTo®

Review Summary

 
3.9

(based on 34 reviews)

79%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Ratings Distribution

  • 5 Stars

     

    (13)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (13)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (3)

  • 2 Stars

     

    (2)

  • 1 Stars

     

    (3)

Most Liked Positive Review

 

Do you really need these?

I bought these for warm weather diving, but then didn't wear them all that much. On second thought, I probably wouldn't have purchased because you really don't need gloves in the dominican republic.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Fell apart

Although these gloves provide good dexterity, they totally came apart after 20 dives. The Neoprene seperated from outer strech material and ripped apart.

Reviewed by 34 customers

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3.0

Finger Wear Out

By

from Monroe, OH, US

Typically love Cressi stuff, but if you intend to use these in a rocky environment, be warned, the finger tips will wear out very quickly under moderate use. If you are in open water and using them just to stay warm, they will work fine.

 
2.0

Cheap but...

By

from Winthrop, MA, US

These are pretty cheap gloves both in price and quality but... I have to confess this is my second pair because they serve a purpose for me. I cut some of the fingers off so I have some protection but want to be able to use my fingers for things. I wouldn't think of cutting my Henderson gloves.

 
5.0

Overall excellent gloves

By

from Portland, OR, US

Our cold-water dive team uses these gloves daily. Warm hands and the dexterity allowed is superb

 
5.0

Great fitting gloves

By

Great fit, excellent grip!

 
5.0

Good product, correct delivery

By

You need to buy a smaller size to do well. I usually use medium, I bought the small and I did very well.

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Questions about this item:

Shopper  Why Did You Choose This?
FLY (  good price
MICHAEL L  I found the 5mm gloves very easy to put on and take off as well as being very comfortable, with the warmer weather I wanted another pair but more for the warmer water conditions.
BOBBY S  Needed gloves for early spring when water is still in the 60's. These work fine.
Jared W  Great gloves with good grip. I can wear them in colder and warmer water.
GUY K  Cressi
MARY C  flexible comfortable no straps
MIKHAIL K  I had them before and was very satisfied. Not durable but very flexible and warm. I'm going to keep buying them.
ERIK H  Holes developing after fewer than six dives.
EMERICH H  i liked the design especially for women very comfortable
Joshua W  What temperature range are these gloves good for?
THOMAS J  I have had a pair of these for a year. I have found that the insulating properties are not as good as I had hoped. One thing is that they are made a full size too small; meaning that you really have to pull that super-stretch material over your hands. That also means that little or no water finds its way inside to be warmed by the body. I was in water less than 60F, and I was disappointed in these gloves. But if you buy a size larger, you might have better luck.
Steve S  These are available in 2.5mm, 3.5mm and 5mm. Depending on the temperature of the water will depend on the thickness you will want.
STEVE G  Bought these gloves for the Caribbean and Kona Hawaii mainly to give some protection for my hands. Those water temps are in the hight seventy's and low 80 degrees F. I like em just fine.
GARY M  Joshua, I'm really not sure about the temperature range, we use the gloves during a sockeye salmon egg take in Alaska (catching and checking salmon for ripeness) with air temps in the single digits and water temps just above freezing and had no complaints L8r Gary
John P  I used these in 45 degree water and hands were warm. Never tried them any colder.
TODD K  They are super thin more like 1.5 mm thats why I like them, I use them for spearfishing In water temp 59 and up. They are super stretchy and can be worn in very warm water too.
CHRISTOPHER J  I use them freediving in 50° F water on California's North Coast.
Shopper  Are these gloves very flexible? I would like to use them in artifact and sharktooth collecting. Also, what is a good rule for sizing? I wear a large wetsuit if that helps.
LeisurePro S  Yes, these gloves are about as flexible as a dive glove can get, very stretchy. Sizing for gloves is always a little tricky. The rule of thumb is to order the size that corresponds to your wetsuit size (so a large) but if you feel you have particularly large or small hands, you can order up or down a size. You are also welcome to order several sizes and simply return the ones that don't fit.
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