More and more divers moving towards dry glove systems on their drysuits. Fourth Element have come out with their new Xerotherm Gloves which are designed as a dry glove liner. Many of us will have suffered with cold fingers on those long dives and its often the first telltale signs of our exposure protection starting to reach its limits. The Xerotherm gloves provide excellent thermal protection?under your dry glove without being bulky, allowing for maximum dexterity.
Low-profile stitching offers comfort and greater sensitivity, and when used in conjunction with the Xerotherm wrist warmers and the original Xerotherm suit, the gloves complete (finger)tip to toe protection for the ultimate base layer.
The new Fourth Element Xerotherm Gloves are also?a great choice for those cold surface intervals between dives.? While the neat addition of silicone fingertips provide you with extra grip and durability exactly where you need it.
With more and more divers moving towards dry glove systems on their drysuits Fourth Element have done what they are best at, leading the way in thermal protection. Combining the Xerotherm Wrist Warmers and the new?Xerotherm Gloves?to make the ideal combination to keep your hands truly warm in even the coldest of climates.
What Size Do I Need?
Correctly sizing your Wrist Warmers. Simply wrap a tape measure around the palm of the hand just below the knuckles. Then make a fist and take the measurement.?Fourth Element Xerotherm Gloves Sizes in Inches (CM):
- XS – 6.75″ – 7.5″ (17 – 19cm)
- S – 7.5″ – 8.25″ (19 – 21cm)
- M – 8.25″-9″ (21 – 23cm)
- L – 9″-9.75″ (23 – 25cm)
- XL – 9.75″-10.5″ (25 – 27cm)
- XXL – 10.75″-11.5″ (27 – 29cm)