Filthy Anglers Announces Fishing Gloves to Apparel Lineup

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Filthy Anglers have released their new Fingerless Fishing and Kayak Gloves with SPF50 Sun Protection, adding to their Apparel and Accessories lineup.

I’ve never been much on using fishing gloves… but these fingerless UPF 50 Fishing/Kayaking gloves from Filthy Anglers are Amazing!

Filthy Anglers have released their new Fingerless Fishing and Kayak Gloves with SPF50 Sun Protection, adding to their Apparel and Accessories lineup.

Product Specs

  • Breathable poly spandex material provide 50+ UV sun protection
  • Our 4-way stretch material offers a snug fit so you don’t have to worry about affecting your dexterity, change hooks, baits and land fish with ease.
  • Re-enforced primary wear points on the palm of fingerless gloves with tough synthetic leather material which helps to extend the life of outdoor gloves and delivers extra padding.
  • Easy On/Off - Integrated pull tabs on the cuff and middle finger makes it easy to pull on or take off your Filthy Anglers fishing gloves.

Positive Feedback from the Filthy Community
The first samples the Fingerless Fishing and Kayak Gloves were first shown at the International Convention of Allied Sportfishing Trades (ICAST) in July of this year, and the response was overwhelmingly positive. Filthy Anglers Ambassador Jason Green said “I’ve never been much on using fishing gloves… but these fingerless UPF 50 Fishing/Kayaking gloves from Filthy Anglers are Amazing!”. Another customer remarked that the design of the glove with it encasing the wrist is the reason he would buy it.

Product Availability
The Fingerless Fishing and Kayak gloves are available right now at Filthyanglers.com and at Amazon.com today for $21.98 in sizes S/M and L/XL in the classic blue Filthy Anglers scale pattern.

Filthy Anglers is based in Carlsbad, California, but founded with a simple idea in January of 2015 by Jim Sullivan from Tewksbury, Massachusetts; his goal was to create a community of like-minded anglers through social media, who shared a similar passion for fishing. The somewhat offbeat posts, humor and relatability to anglers quickly turned this community into something much more than a social media page, it was becoming more of a family. With that and a rapidly growing social media following, Jim developed one t-shirt design, only taking pre-orders. The response was overwhelming. It has now grown into a full range of apparel and accessories, with consumers from all across the world looking to get Filthy. Filthy Anglers; built by the everyday angler, fueled by water.

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