Wetsuit gloves for those who dare to brave the cold, harsh elements of Mother Ocean.
You won’t find a wetsuit glove with better dexterity and warmth. The first neoprene glove made from 100% Titanium Coated Yamamoto #40. Keeps you warmer longer.
Ti Alpha Gloves Description
You won’t find a 3 mm wetsuit glove with better dexterity and warmth. The Isurus wetsuit glove is made from 100% Yamamoto #40 neoprene.
Ti Alpha wetsuit glove only absorbs 2% of its weight in water compared to 40-60% with competitor's neoprene gloves. You won't have to constantly take of the gloves to wring the cold-water out of them.
Cold water-logged water robs your body of heat 25x faster than air. No wasting precious body heat warming a cold water logged neoprene glove.
The neoprene glove is lined with Titanium to reflect heat back at your fingers and hands with no increase in thickness or weight. The insulation properties of the Titanium coating is like adding another 1-2 mm of neoprene to the glove. You can where these gloves 1-2 mm thinner than those made from conventional neoprene.
Yamamoto claims a 40% increase in temp rating with Yamamoto neoprene lined with Titanium. I’m not comfortable going that far, but we agree it is definitely a big increase.
Anatomical Designed glove that contours to your hand for added dexterity, warmth and comfort. You get increased feel of your board and gear in cold, unforgiving conditions.
Wetsuit Gloves Tech Spec
3mm Yamamoto #40 neoprene – only 2% water absorption.
Ti Z-Fleece liner - the warmest liner we have found
Wetsuit Gloves Features
Anatomical Fit conforms to your hand for maximum dexterity and comfort.
Titanium lined with Yamamoto’s patented 5-step process.
Contoured Wrist Seal to keep the cold water out.
External Seam Taping to seal water out.
Triple glued and blind stitched for durability.
Ti Alpha 3mm Wetsuit Gloves Video Review
Hey there, Jeff here from Halifax Paddle Surf.
Today, we're going to do a real simple review of something that's really important for all surfers and SUP surfers. Gloves.
This is the Isurus 3mm #40 Yamamoto glove. It is lined with the Ti-Alpha premium lining used on their 6.5 and 5.4 wetsuits. These are possibly the warmest three mil gloves I have ever tried. I would say that they are akin to a 5mm glove, but with the flexibility and movement of a 3mm.
They are fantastic - I can't say enough about these gloves, just absolutely brilliant.
With the glove turned inside-out, you can see the Ti-Alpha lining in yellow. These gloves feature a really solid double gusset system. I have ended sessions where my hands are still dry. They just lock out the water, keep my hands warm, especially in Nova Scotia winter paddling where the temperatures are in the mid-thirties if you're fahrenheit, low celcius - we're talking one degree, zero degree, minus five degree.
Again, just brilliant gloves - I can't recommend them highly enough.
Thanks, and we'll see you out on the water! Jeff Van Mulligen, Halifax Paddle Surf
At Isurus, our passion is to build world-class wetsuits that stand up to the harshest conditions the ocean might offer.
Living and surfing in and along the California coast, a frequent topic of conversation was just how much wetsuit innovation had stagnated and quality had deteriorated. It is about designing a wetsuit that improves surfer performance. Click for more about Isurus.
#40 Yamamoto Neoprene
Stretchier Neoprene Arms, Shoulders, Neck
#39 Yamamoto Japanese
Neoprene | Lower body with Compression Liner
45–55°F | 7–13°C
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