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  Posted by: Waterbird on Mar-30-13 9:17 PM (EST)
 

For lake paddling I most likely wouldn't wear gloves if the air temperature is 60 degrees or above, unless it's a windy day with rough water and your hands are getting wet.

But if you feel a need for gloves, I recommend cheap nitrile golves. They have good tack and are waterproof on the bottom. They usually have nonwaterproof material on the top.

Recently I stopped wearing gloves in warm weather and instead wrap the paddle shaft with one layer of neoprene.

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