When you're tracking down tarpon under the hot tropical sun, you need all the protection you can get. The NRS Skelton Gloves provide sun protection and improved grip without making your hands overheat or limiting dexterity. H2Core rashguard material is ultralight, quick-drying, and extremely breathable to help hands stay cool, and silicone dots on the palm help you keep a hold of your rod so it doesn't slip away when a big fish bites your streamer. Amara synthetic leather patches on the first and second fingers withstands abrasion when you're stripping line. Pairing snaps on the cuffs keep the gloves together when the sun starts to go down and you stuff them in your vest.
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