HUNTMASTER has shown true innovation with the introduction of the Gauntlet Diving Gloves, changing the way diving gloves are used.
The Gauntlet diving gloves are 15 times stronger than steel line per unit of weight, making them one of the strongest gloves in the diving industry.
These characteristics ensure a level 5 cut resistant capacity making it extremely safe for handling crays, abalone and holding pelagic fish with sharp gills and teeth. This glove has proven to be resistant even to filleting knives where experiments have been done showing a knife purposely trying to cut through the glove with no success.
The palm of both models is designed using coated high-tech sandy nitrile giving greater gripping capacity when holding slippery fish.
The gloves are knitted and cut to ensure optimum comfort and flexibility. The 13 gauge HPPE knitted system adds further safety for the diver, ensuring anti-cut protection. This innovative system allows for maximum freedom of movement while still offering maximum protection.
There are 2 styles of glove available, the Gauntlet with TPR (Thermoplastic Rubber) and the Tuff Glove without TPR.
TPR (Thermoplastic Rubber):
The Gauntlet Glove with TPR (Thermoplastic Rubber), are great for pro crayfish and abalone divers or a dedicated glove for recreational divers out on a mission for lobster, crayfish, abalone, blue swimmers or mud crabs. The added protection of the thermo plastic rubber pads on the knuckles and the back of the hand protects from cuts, scrapes and claws.
Great for filleting fish:
These gloves also make extremely good filleting gloves. The non-slip palm and low profile makes holding onto your fish and making precise cuts a breeze.
Note: Ideal for freediving, scuba diving, pro cray and abalone divers, spearfishing and filleting.
Key Product Features:
15 times stronger than steel line per unit of weight
Additional thermo plastic rubber (TPR) pads on the knuckles for added protection
Great for filleting fish
See our video of how the TPR (Thermoplastic Rubber) gloves hold up against the hardest and meanest creatures Australia can throw at us.