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Rapala Fillet Glove

Rapala Fillet Glove - Dick's Sporting Goods
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Product Information:

Keep all your digits intact with the Rapala ® Fillet Glove. Made of Tuff-Knit ™ yarn, a comfy blend of natural and synthetic fibers with stainless steel, to provide the best protection ever.

  • Made of Tuff-Knit yarn
  • Superior injury protection
  • Color: Grey
  • Rapala
Country of Origin: China
Web ID: 11414688

Customer Reviews:

Rapala Fillet Glove 4.6 5 8 8
Must have! Makes handling trout a breeze. Protects against cuts. July 15, 2014
Nice Was real convenient for movin the fish around. Worked great and fit well May 16, 2014
good glove Knife protection is good but it excels in holding fish. May 6, 2014
Fittet glove Works great , light and easy to store. Saves ya from slicing a nice piece of flesh off your hand. One size basicly fits all. Great Product November 5, 2013
Rapala Fillet Glove This glove works well over a heavy rubber glove. The glove is not intended to protect a person from cutting themselves as it is a fabric and not chain mail. It does however allow a firm grip on fish especially when they are still alive and thrashing around. I also used an electric fillet knife and both together reduced our fish cleaning time in half. April 30, 2013
a very good product i would it again very good July 16, 2012
Best gloves ever I use them to hold fish once I catch them and need to skin them. The fish don't cut you and that is really great. April 9, 2012
Even huge hands like mine I bought 2 gloves because when I go on a fish cleaning tangent, I sometimes stick my hands into the fin spines. This cuts down on the penetration about 90%. One still gets through if I'm reckless enough. August 20, 2011
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