Diving Gloves Yamamoto Reef Camo - CLEARANCE

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Item Description

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
    Gloves

    Posted by Steven Milici on Aug 27th 2016

    Came with all 10 fingers...where is the XXXL size!

  • 1
    gloves

    Posted by JEREMY CLEATOR on Apr 22nd 2016

    bad fit bought 2 pairs of gloves the same size, one pair fitted great but these were a terrible fit, i only hope they stretch when wet, so far dissapointing.

  • 5
    Diving gloves

    Posted by sourynha rodgers on Mar 24th 2016

    Nice snug fit.

  • 5
    Great gloves

    Posted by Tom Felix on Oct 22nd 2015

    Great gloves, really nice fit and the AMARA synthetic leather is brilliant!

  • 5
    Super brand.

    Posted by Yus on Oct 12th 2015

    i like this glove. Nicely grip and fit into my hand..

  • 4
    Good gloves

    Posted by TREVOR WOODS on Aug 23rd 2015

    Great gloves for the price. The size chart is a little funny in my opinion. I ordered size large according to the chart and they are a little tight. seems pretty slim in the fingers for a large.

  • 5
    Great gloves. Very durable!

    Posted by Watdogg on Jul 27th 2015

    I was skeptical with the size chart because I have small hands and my measurement told me I needed a Large, but it was spot on. They fit great. Nice and snug and no issues with handling triggers, lines, d-clips, or carabiners. They are also very durable. I was going between these and the kevlar gloves because I didn't want to tear them to crap, but the palm/fingers have a nice layer of synthetic leather on them and offer great protection against rocks/reefs. Five stars for warmth, durability, and sensativity.

  • 5
    Diving Gloves

    Posted by George Wagner on Jul 6th 2015

    I have not experienced a dive with these gloves yet, however, when I tried them on I was amazed with the Kevlar palms and fingertips. I look forward to my first dive.

  • 5
    Gloves

    Posted by Brett Leable on May 18th 2015

    Good quality

  • 5
    Gloves

    Posted by DG on Feb 10th 2015

    They were a little tight but after diving for awhile they loosened up. They were thinker than some gloves I have tried, but the thickness did not hinder my ability to use a speargun.