3 mm Neoprene surf gloves

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Key feature
Flexible and insulated gloves for wave sports providing more comfort and warmth in cold water.

User benefits

Thermal insulation
3 mm neoprene. Stitch bonded assembly. External seal. Preformed sleeve.
Freedom of movement
Ultra-flexible neoprene. Stretch seams.
Abrasion resistance
Neoprene lined on both sides with a textile reinforcement.
Stitch-bonded assembly


3 mm
Main fabric : 90.0% Rubber - Chloroprene (CR) - Neoprene, 10.0% Polyamide (PA)
Developed and tested by our design teams in Hendaye, France. The components used for this product are laboratory tested to ensure the best possible quality and durability.
made for
surfers seeking extra warmth in water below 17°C.
2 years


Care instructions
Rinse in fresh water after each use. Do not leave to dry in the sun.
Storage Tips
In a dry, ventilated place. Avoid heat sources. To extend the life of neoprene, do not leave it out to dry in direct sunlight. Machine washing is not recommended.
Restrictions on use
Not suitable for windsurfing and kitesurfing.


The 3 mm surf gloves are made of 100% neoprene to ensure better thermal insulation. The neoprene is lined with synthetic fabric for added resistance to wear. Neoprene thickness: 3 mm. Neoprene is a closed-cell polychloroprene elastomeric foam with trapped nitrogen bubbles that have insulating properties. We test and guarantee the thermal quality of our neoprene materials.
Neoprene: how does it work?
By trapping a thin layer of water around the body, a neoprene wetsuit works in two ways: 1. trapped water gradually heats up; 2. heat transfer decreases. The wetsuit and the thin covering of water form a layer of insulation.
Watertight assembly
The seams are stitched and glued to ensure a watertight seal and durability. The seams are "blind-stitched": the thread does not pass through the entire thickness of the neoprene, which prevents water from passing through. The absence of threads on the inside avoids irritation and chafing. An external seal on seams further reinforces durability and waterproofing.
Surfing gloves should be a very tight fit to ensure the best possible thermal efficiency. It is perfectly normal to have the impression of items being too tight when trying on dry. Choosing well-fitting gloves prevents them swelling with water in use.