If it ain't broke, don't fix it! The old adage perfectly describes the Hydro-Fit Wave Web Pro Gloves. Hydro-Fit claims that the pair is the "original" webbed glove and it's clear that the organic design has stood the test of time.
Adds Strength Training and Resistance
These swim gloves provide your upper body with a moderate amount of adjustable resistance. By simply opening or closing the built-in webbing, done so by spreading your fingers, the natural resistance level changes. This adjustable property makes them the perfect workout partner to any water-based exercise routine, no matter the level. The swim gloves are a great way to add strength training to your aqua aerobics class, as well as add resistance to any cardio set.
Fits Like, Well, A Glove!
The Wave Web Pros are shaped to fit like a second layer of skin. Thin and pliable, the webbing between the gloves adds resistance without additional weight or bulk. Because they are so comfortable, Hydro-Fit Gloves can be worn for any and all water exercises. Once on and wetted down, the Wave Web Pro Gloves stay comfortably molded to your hands and fit seamlessly into your water aerobics, strength training, or lap swimming routine. Toss the gloves in your 1Line Sports Drawstring Backpack and safely carry them along with you wherever your water workout takes you.
The specially designed swim gloves are made from durable, chlorine-resistant fabric.
The Hydro-Fit Wave Web Pro is available in the following sizes. Measure the distance between the end of your forefinger and your wrist. This length will tell you which size will fit your hand the best.
|Measurements in inches. Gloves color-coded by size.|
|Small||up to 6 1/2"||Purple|
|Medium||6 1/2" to 7 1/2"||Blue|
|Large||7 1/2" to 8 1/2"||Black|
|X-Large||over 8 1/2"||Black|
The AquaGear Opinion
The AquaGear testers dove in head first into the Hydro-Fit Wave Web Pro Gloves. Users noted that the gloves had a very organic feel and they enjoyed their soft, thin material. While using the gloves came quite easy, it did take some time to find the right way to take the gloves on and off. Aqua Gear testers highly recommend that you put the pair on while your hands are dry and use a gentle pulling motion when removing the gloves. Try removing them from the wrists, instead of at the fingers, to avoid possible rips. Although not nearly as thick as the neoprene fabric used in other gloves, such as the DK Douglas Water Gloves, similar results were achieved with the thinner and comparable AquaJogger Webbed Pro Gloves.
The Bottom Line
To push your upper body workout to the next level, slip on a pair of oh-so-comfortable Hydro-Fit Wave Web Pro Gloves. The varying degree of resistance is a great way to add strength training to your water-based exercise routine.
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