Everything posted by Ditton Dabler
The Snowbee gloves are like a thin wet-suit material, so allow a fair degree of dexterity and the finger and thumb are free for radio controls and boat adjustments etc. If they get wet, and I always seem to get my hands wet putting the boat in and out of the water, the thin layer of water between the glove and skin quickly warms to body temperature. See no reason why you could not also use with hand warmers.
I use Snowbee lightweight neoprene angling gloves which have just the thumb and first finger cut away which I find gives a good balance between warm and being able to operate radio etc - and they still keep you warm if they get wet.