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About XS Scuba Dry Five Pyrostretch 5 mm Gloves

When you think "dry glove" you think hard to put on and take off, stiff, thick, and no stretch. Well that all has changed with XS Scuba's Dry Five PyroStretch 5 mm Gloves. The Pyrostretch Nylon ll Neoprene Rubber is so elastic that the gloves go on with little effort, and once on gives an incredible Custom-Like Fit. This glove is a true Cold Water Dry Glove, Reinforced and Sealed Seams are first Glued, Blind-Stitched and then Liquid-Taped for a Waterproof Seam. The Twin Cuff Design provides Minimal Water Transfer making these one Dry and Warm Glove.

XS Scuba's exclusive TruFit Pattern assures a Comfortable and like Second-Skin Fit. These Ultimate Cold Water Gloves use 5 mm Neoprene Rubber, are available in 6 sizes from X-Small to 2 X-Large and come in their own Mesh Bag with a Drawstring Closure and Barrel Lock. Mesh Bag can also double as a collection bag when diving. Gloves are covered by a 24 month limited warranty.

The XS Scuba Dry Five Pyrostretch 5 mm Gloves is commonly used for Cold Water and more. The XS Scuba Dry Five Pyrostretch 5 mm Gloves is most used by customers who consider themselves to be a Advanced, Casual/ Recreational among others. The XS Scuba Dry Five Pyrostretch 5 mm Gloves is popular because customers like the following qualities of the XS Scuba Dry Five Pyrostretch 5 mm Gloves: Good Fit, Prevents Water Movement, Warm.

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This product has a limited warranty of 24 months.


XS Scuba Dry Five Pyrostretch 5 mm Gloves Features

  • XS Scuba Dry Five Pyrostretch 5 mm Gloves
  • True Ultimate Cold Water Gloves
  • Exclusive XS Scuba's Finest PyroStretch Material
  • Incredible Stretch for Custom-Like Fit
  • Nylon ll Neoprene Rubber
  • Waterproof Seam Design
  • Seams: Glued and Blind-Stitched
  • Seams: Liquid-Taped
  • Twin Cuff Design for Minimal Water Transfer
  • Exclusive TruFit Patterns, Like Second-Skin Fit
  • Custom-Like Fit
  • Dry and Warm Glove
  • 6 Sizes: X-Small to 2X-Large
  • Includes Cool Mesh Bag Packaging
  • Mesh Bag with Drawstring Closure and Barrel Lock
  • Mesh Bag can Double as Collection Bag
  • 2 Year Limited Warranty

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Best gloves I've ever had


from Andenes, Nordland, NO

They are indeed warm gloves. I always used to get very cold hands using other types of gloves, but with these pair of gloves it was totally different. Did 1 hour dives in 4C water without getting uncomfortable. Recommended!


Difficult to put on but excellent dexterity and protection


from Portland, OR, US

I used these gloves in pair with my semi-dry suit. You will find out the second pair is hard to put on (part goes under the suit and the other on top of it. But once on they are very comfortable. excellent protection and good dexterity.


great gloves


from Cleveland, OH, US

This is my second pair of these. much warmer than most 5mm gloves. I tried to use as dry with my drysuit. It worked but was pain in the a$$. kept my hands just as warm wet as dry. I did 2 half hour dives in 40 degree water, hands eventually got cold but so did everything else.


Warmest gloves ever!


from San Jose, CA, US

I've tried various gloves and these are the warmest. Even gloves that cost more are not as warm as these. I'm 66 and need warm gloves, and these do the trick. The sizing is accurate too.


Comfy gloves once you get them on


Fast shipping!

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Shopper  Why Did You Choose This?
LISA P  5 m gloves make a big difference in staying warm. They are a bit hard to put on and off but they are worth it. I dive all the time and in the winter they are a must. These look to be easier to deal with.
GEORGE W C  These came in handy a few winter dives ago
MYLES M  my favorite dive gloves!!
Joshua S  On the suggested size chart from leisure pro, I am a medium. I ordered a medium glove and they seem to be a little small in the arches of my fingers...especially between my thumb and index finger. The glove around my palm fits perfectly. Not sure if I should go with a large glove or keep these. I don't want the seems to break and Im afraid with a large size glove it won't fit around my palm. Any suggestions?
BRIAN D  I had a similar situation. I am about to order the XL, and maybe pass my L on to my dive buddy - in fact, they are already in his dive bag. I haven't ordered them yet, so it's probably not much help, other than to say most people will have to order one size larger than the size chart indicates
Joshua S  Thanks everyone for the quick responses! I think I will order the Large pair and return which ever doesn't fit. I can't wait to get these gloves in the water!
jay w  Mine seemed the same way but loosened up some in the water. I LOVE these gloves for deep cold diving.
A. H  Hi These are nice gloves but they do run small. I'm a large (on the chart) and the large gloves is very snug. I actually have trouble getting them on and off they are so tight. I'd say getting one size larger is the way to go with these gloves.
JASON G  I own the gloves in question. I bought according to the recommendations but in the end I sized up. It was a world of difference in fit so I would encourage you to size up. Hands do vary a lot in size and proportion so ymmv. Your comment regarding bursting/tearing seems- I felt the same way but I still used them and they were a poor enough fit that I had to have help. If those seems are going to burst, they should have but they didn't!
MICHAEL A  I order A LOT(MOST) of my ENORMOUS collection of dive equipment. I usually order the size I think I am and the next size I think I might be. Shipping costs-especially for something as small as gloves-are insignificant. It's easier ju I dont know.st to buy the two pair, and with LeisurePros liberal return policy, try them on and then return the pair that doesn't fit. I have this same problem with gloves....I don't know why it happens. I'd KEEP this pair, order the next size up and compare the two, then return the ones that don't fit. If it gets into the return policy period then call LeisurePro and explain.....They are GREAT about returned stuff as long as it has tags on, hasn't been wet etc. I have at least eight pair of gloves and these are the BEST!
Curtis C  I work in a freezer that has a temp of -15 degree (F), I handle product that is frozen and of course wet from the frost on the product. The company issued gloves are fine until they get wet, will this glove provide the warmth I require especially for my fingers. I spent a max of 45 minutes collecting product each time I enter the freezer, I also have to enter information on a RF gun key pad. Will this glove help me keep my hands resonably warm, wspecially my finger tips?
WILLIAM S  These gloves have a tight-fitting double cuff (designed so that the inner cuff is under your sleeve and the outer cuff over). So when you are underwater the water flow in and out of the glove is minimal, so they are very warm because of this. But they are HARD to get on and off. I use a little lube on my hands to make it easier. I would not recommend them for working in a freezer, since you don't need such a tight fit in the cuffs.
MICHAEL A  Curtis- As a diver, what I mostly know is diving gloves(of course). These gloves are super nice...IF you dive. For what you want to do, I would recommend a gloves often referred to as "Blues". They are DRY gloves. They have a blue latex outside and a felt like liner. If you're NOT diving, which you aren't, the blues have the advantage of having greater dexterity, so you can enter data on the keypad. I am sure there are other non diving options. You don't need a sealed gloved but a glove that has a thickened palm and fingertip area and can hold a liner...many work gloves like that, that are much cheaper than these I would think. Good Luck. Mike
STEPHEN F  I use them for diving cold water down to about 35 degrees. They are as there name implies a "Dry" glove. While not completely dry, they offer excellent insulation in cold water conditions. My feeling is they would perform really well for your job. For added warmth, I recommend some thin merino wool glove liners to wear inside the glove. It would help getting the glove on and off with ease, and provide some additional warmth without the bulk.
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