are these gloves durable and will they hold up for working on wrecks?
So far they have held up ok. They have strings coming off them now and I have only had them for maybe a year. For the price they are alright but if you are really working wrecks I don't know if they will hold up for you.
I used these gloves for an inland commercial diving job. They lasted about two days which is typical for any neoprene gloves used in that industry. I've used just about every brand of glove made, and they just don't hold up to commercial work. If the job doesn't require a lot of finger dexterity you can go to Home Depot, and buy a heavy duty chemical resistant glove (found in the cleaning supply aisle), and wear those over the neoprene glove. Those gloves are extremely tough, but they still melt while using a Broco torch.
I would recommend these for normal diving but not working on wrecks. The threads wouldn't last long.
These gloves are quite durable and warm keeping and protective while I was using for taking abalone.
its fairly durable.i rock pick for abs and after about four trips the tips start showing signs of wear
Working on wrecks......I don't think so. I have a pair and I love them but I guess I'd need to know what you mean by "working". They are durable though but not sure about working
They will hold up as good as any. I recommend getting a pair of cheap yard work gloves to wear over top them.
Yes I think they would hold up, I use them diving when I'm gold mining, they take a beating but they are very good gloves.
Yes, durable, but bulky and difficult to get on. The wrist strap is also bulky, and accessing gear- even a knife- is not efficient. They are double sealed, and very warm when sealed properly, when not sealed properly, they are not as warm as one would think, and, the neoprene is soft on these, so there is a squishyness to them when they are saturated. If you get a good deal on them, just cut off the writs strap completely, and put dish soap in them before you put them on. But they are not very good.