5mm Henderson Aqua Lock Gloves
Henderson's AquaLock wetsuit system is a collection of wetsuit pieces that interlock to form an impenetrable seal against cold water. All AquaLock fullsuits have revolutionary wrist, ankle, and neck openings that mate together with AquaLock series boots, gloves, and hoods to ensure a flush-free diving experience. All Aqua Lock wetsuits and accessories are built with the finest 250% stretch neoprene and AquaSilk neoprene laminate which is extremely soft to the touch and very flexible in the water. One of the most notable visual features on the suit is the liquid taped AquaLock seams. Every seam on the suit is sealed inside and out, then coated with a waterproof liquid tape that prevents water entry while ruggedizing the seam. The interior is lined with a quick drying poly fleece lining which wicks moisture from the skin while retaining precious body heat. This is the top-notch wetsuit system that you've been looking for!
The 5mm AquaLock gloves feature 3 silicone o-ring seals which mate to the AquaLock wrist seals on the 5mm and 7mm fullsuits. A special gauntlet extension allows for a secure grip when pulling the gloves over the mating wrist cuff. Palm and fingers are coated with a thermally bonded silicone to ensure a secure grip in all conditions.
|Water Temp Rating *||50 Degrees & Up|
|Style||5 Finger Glove|
|Neoprene Type||100% Stretch Neoprene w/ Aquasilk Laminate|
|Seam Construction||Sealed & Externally Liquid Taped|
|Internal Features||Poly Fleece Lining & Wrist Seals|
|Additional Features||Watertight Integration w/ AquaLock Wetsuits|
* Water temperature ratings are only a guide and are very subjective. If you are cold, get out of the water and seek warmth.
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Henderson Standard Size Chart:
|XS||15 - 18|
|S||18 - 18|
|M||18 - 20|
|L||20 - 23|
|XL||23 - 23|
|XS||6.5 - 6.75"|
|S||6.75 - 7.25"|
|M||7.25 - 7.75"|
|L||8.25 - 8.75"|
|XL||8.75 - 9.25"|
Measure the circumference of hand not including thumb.
If between sizes, buy the larger size.
Allergy notice: It's rare, but neoprene (wetsuits) and/or the materials used in its construction can cause allergic skin reactions. If allergic, discontinue use and consult a physician.