The Swim Gloves provide increased resistance in water for greater toning and strengthening of muscles and cardiovascular exercise for your heart and lungs. Made from neoprene, the gloves feature webbed fingers and adjustable wrist closure. Help you to get smoother movement in water for a more comfortable upper body workout and increased propulsion through the water.
– Color: Blue.
– Material: Neoprene and Lycra;
– Four way stretches lycra back;
– Sewed with water resistence thread;
– Adjustable elastic velcro at wrist;
– Well suited to surfing and body boarding;
– Good elasticity for freedom of movement;
– Fantastic in water aerobics classes and resistance programs
1 Pair 100% Brand New Neoprene gloves
How do the sizes run. I wear mens medium gloves - should I order med - or large??
my hands are fairly stocky. I can't wear a men's large (I wear medium), but I went with the large on this one, and it fits snugly (not too constrtive, but form fitting).
By Seeking Healthy Options on July 23, 2014
For those who have both water gloves and water dumbbells, which would be better to build up core musles with that traditional brings the arms down?
Swimming absolutely. The gloves give more resistance.
By Mark D Reece on April 11, 2015
How does this brand compare to Speedo brand? Do they last just as long? Does the velcro hold up over time?
Can't compare to speedo as I've never purchased, however, this product so far has held up to 2x a week pool classes; the Velcro has staying power and the price was decent. Hope this helps.
By Pamela Rivera on November 12, 2014
How many do you get?
You get one pair with the order.
By Shiraz on October 30, 2015
How do I determine size? I usually take a Med or Large woman's glove. thx.
Go with the same sizing. They are flexible for hand and finger space. Wrist space is not so flexible (velcro is a short strip).
By Seeking Healthy Options on August 25, 2014
Are these good for paddling while surfing?
They probably would be great for paddling because in the pool moving around they really push the water around. But holding onto the board might be a little difficult for gripping, the gloves are stiff, so bending your fingers are hard.
By Shiraz on February 7, 2016