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Columbia "Coolhead Fingerless Gloves"

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Columbia Coolhead Fingerless Gloves

Make & Model

Brand:
Columbia
Model:
Coolhead Gloves
MSRP ($):
27.99

The Columbia "Coolhead Fingerless Gloves" are perfect for anglers looking for complete sun protection for their hands with advance cooling technology. The Coolhead Fingerless Gloves give kayak fishermen the dexterity they need for a day on the water but still provide enough sun protection to earn the Skin Cancer foundation’s seal of recommendation.

Construction:

  • Omni-Freeze fabrication keeps you supremely cool
  • Omni-Shade UPF 50 provides premium protection from the sun
  • Imported

Fabric:

  • Omni-Freeze, Omni-Shade 91% polyester/9% elastane

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Stock photo of the Columbia Coolhead fingerless gloves
Columbia Coolhead Fingerless Gloves holding a baitcaster
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Great Gloves

I can't stand getting all that greasy sunscreen on my hands. So I wear clothing that I won't have to if i'm out hours on end at the river or lake. My clothes worked great, but my hands were getting sunburned. So after a few searches here on YA, and a few others I decided to go with the Columbia Coolhead Fingerless Gloves. I recently had them on for the third time out fishing and really liked what I saw and felt. They gave me great coverage on my hands from the sun and not once got in the way with casting, hook removal, paddling, portaging, etc. If I didn't look at them, I would forget I had them on. Very comfy fit. I saw on previous reviews of similar gloves, there was issues with tearing up easy. So far, I have not been easy on these gloves at all. Like I said, I forget i'm wearing them and go about my fishing grind and lifting/dragging my yak over dams, rocks and fallen trees, moving limbs, etc, and they have held up great so far. Not a tear or even a snag. I hope they continue because $28 is a bit pricey to be buying over and over. But so far, so good. Awesome gloves!

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Waters Fished:
  • Large Rivers
  • Small Creeks
  • Large Lakes
  • Small Ponds
Used:
2-6 times

Pros & Cons

Pros:
lightweight, good protection
Cons:
a little pricey
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