Diving Gloves Yamamoto Reef Camo - CLEARANCE

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MAKO Spearguns Yamamoto Diving Gloves - Reef Camo

Diving Gloves made of Yamamoto Neoprene? That’s right…MAKO Spearguns gloves are made of “Yamamoto Neoprene”.

What other gloves are made of Yamamoto neoprene? There probably aren’t any.

Why not?

Yamamoto Neoprene is the absolute best material in the world, and most expensive which is why you could not find gloves made of Yamamoto Neoprene……………..Until now!

Designed exclusively for spearfishing these Reef Camo Diving Gloves combine unmatched durability with incredible sensitivity needed for optimum trigger control. All finger tips and palms are re-enforced using high tech AMARA synthetic leather to protect against cuts from sharp objects. Made of high quality 2.0mm neoprene with camouflage lining for durability and comfort with the added bonus of a Velcro strap for a custom snug fit and tight seal, these gloves are the number one choice among serious spearos.

Because we sell direct, we are able to offer our Yamamoto Wetsuits and Yamamoto Gloves for less than non Yamamoto products.

Our Diving Gloves are certified by Tomizo Yamamoto (President of YAMAMOTO Corporation) and me (Dano Krahling, President of MAKO Spearguns) to be Genuine YAMAMOTO Neoprene.

Genuine YAMAMOTO Neoprene Certificate

Choosing The Right Size Glove -
How To Measure Your Hand

Using a cloth tape, measure around your hand, but don't include your thumb as shown in the image below.

Measure both hands - they may be slightly different. Use the larger of the two measurements you make.

glove size measurement procedure

How To measure your hand

Selecting the Proper Glove Size

Glove Size

Inches

Centimeters

Small

7 ¼" - 7 ¾"

18.4 - 19.7

Medium

7 ¾" - 8 ¼"

19.7 - 21.0

Large

8 ¼" - 8 ¾"

21.0 - 22.2

X-Large

8 ¾" - 9 ¼"

22.2 - 23.5

XX-Large

9 ¼" +

23.5 +

Choosing The Right Size Glove -
How To Measure Your Hand

Using a cloth tape, measure around your hand, but don't include your thumb as shown in the image to the right.

Measure both hands - they may be slightly different. Use the larger of the two measurements you make.

Selecting the Proper Glove Size
Glove Size Inches Centimeters
Small 7 ¼" - 7 ¾" 18.4 - 19.7
Medium 7 ¾" - 8 ¼" 19.7 - 21.0
Large 8 ¼" - 8 ¾" 21.0 - 22.2
X-Large 8 ¾" - 9 ¼" 22.2 - 23.5
XX-Large 9 ¼" + 23.5 +

glove size measurement procedure

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  • 5
    Very good

    Posted by CHOI JANG WON on Jan 29th 2021

    Very good

  • 5
    Very Good quality Glove

    Posted by Evan on Oct 5th 2020

    Used it everyday since I got it. Comfortable and incredibly very good fit. the best part was how good of dexterity I had with the gloves on, especially when tightening and adjusting my mask and fins in the water. And in 50 degree weather here in the Cuyuna Range Minnesota at present. My hands are not cold while swimming in the mine pits. so that was amazing, wasn't expecting that , that's for sure.

  • 5
    ...

    Posted by Alexson Joa on Jul 2nd 2020

  • 4
    Second pair

    Posted by Unknown on May 15th 2020

    I got these to replace a 3yo pair of black gloves. They enable good dexterity and warmth, and the velcro straps last a long time, unlike other brands I've owned. They tend to tighten up and constrict once wet, so be sure to put them on while dry, if possible. It's felt like my fingers are getting squeezed after a long time in the water; overall, these are well-constructed, tough neoprene dive gloves.

  • 5
    If you are div...

    Posted by Nuke Dog on May 12th 2020

    If you are diving around rocks or reefs in warm water, then these are the gloves ! I usually come home after a day of diving with one of two cuts on my hands, not now.

  • 5
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    Posted by juana cardenas verycken on Apr 2nd 2020

  • 5
    -NJF- Great Quality Warm Water Glove

    Posted by Nathan Fragala on Feb 2nd 2020

    These gloves are a great companion to the camo suit, however they are not lined with any neoprene so they are quite useless in cold water. I would really like to see a set of 3-5mm open cell camo gloves with closed cell inner finger tips for internal durability, heavy duty outer grip on the palm and fingers for external durability/warmth, and solid velcro wrist straps.

  • 5
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    Posted by Zach Vendetti on Dec 13th 2019

  • 5
    strength and reliability!

    Posted by MAX SKRYPNICHENKO on Mar 20th 2018

    very high quality, these gloves are soft but very durable and reliable.I used different gloves of other famous brands but Mako gloves are the best that there is.I bought them to all my friends and they are very pleased with Mako's gloves. Thank you for the quality equipment

  • 4
    Good quality

    Posted by Marquis Martin on Jul 13th 2017

    Overall these are great gloves. Really rugged and hold up to a lot of abuse. I have a bad habit of ripping gills out by hand to bleed fish instead of using a knife to cut them and all of my other gloves have tears in the fingers from it within 1 year. I am working on the second year with these and no holes in fingers. That being said I was a little surprised that the stiching that binds the leather palm and the neoprene started to fail as well as the stiches that bind the velcro strap. Not the end of the world since a little sowing fixed the problem.

  • 5
    Awesome Gloves

    Posted by Adrian Kawaley-Lathan on Jan 19th 2017

    The measurements on the gloves were spot on, a perfect fit, great warmth in winter weather conditions. Great to have velcro to seal wrists, best gloves I've owned yet.

  • 5
    Love These

    Posted by Mike Landau on Sep 13th 2016

    I had my first pair for 3 years diving HARD! Digging for lobsters, and shellfish and they truly hold up! Best gloves out there