Buff Fishing Gloves
August 23, 2017
Buff has announced a reimagined lineup of its full- and partial-finger gloves for fishing and water sports, in an array of styles and colors.
Buff gloves have several significant improvements:
- Seams on the back to reduce chafing and wear.
- Second layer of fabric between the index finger and thumb to improve durability.
- Enhanced sun protection factor.
Common to each style are bonded cuffs for chafe prevention and convenient pull tabs for easy on and off.
Leading the Buff glove lineup are the highly advanced Elite Gloves, which feature a 3/4-finger length for protection with fingertip dexterity, odor-fighting anti-microbial fabric with UPF 50+ sun protection and a tough synthetic suede palm that repels water and dries quickly. Also, an abrasion-resistant film in high-wear areas reduces blisters and cuts while improving grip.
Other models in the 2018 Buff glove family include:
Built for salt or freshwater performance, this three-quarter-finger style features a silicone dot pattern and abrasion-resistant film on the palm for maximum grip with minimal wear. An articulated pattern reduces hand fatigue and bonded abrasion overlay eliminates line catching.
Boating and fishing in cold weather takes a toll on the hands, but these gloves feature brushed fabric interiors for a soft, warm fit with superior sun protection. Wrapped silicone palms improv grip, while full-finger length with touchscreen-compatible index finger means you won’t have to expose your hand for mobile device use.
Quick drying and breathable with all-over silicone palms for optimal grip, these extremely versatile gloves are a fisherman’s best friend. Protecting your hands from sun, surf, chafing and cuts, while the anti-microbial fabric wards off those unpleasant odors.
A great choice for the kayak, paddleboard, waverunner or fishing boat; Buff’s lightest-weight glove features a comfortable and breathable half-finger style with UPF 40+ sun protection. Quick drying and durable, this glove is a great choice for fun in the sun.
For more information, visit the Buffs website.