Kast Steelhead Glove Review

It's obvious, if fish in winter you get cold hands. Contribute to that landing fish and getting your hands wet, then you have reduce fingers making fly fishing near difficult. The hunt for best winter fishing gloves is a continuous procedure for all winter anglers and typically included compromising suitable for heat.

Kast Steelhead Glove Design and Fishing Use

They're relatively close-cut gloves that incorporate a water resistant (more on this below)/ breathable external layer with fleece lining on the in. They've got some actually great secondary functions, like a great soft area to clean your nose, and durable nylon loops on the cuffs to assist pull them on.

KAST Steelhead Gloves

The Kast Steelhead Glove cut is truly comfy and enables great dexterity. There's not a great deal of excess product in between or beneath your fingers. This absence of additional bulk permitted us to keep them on much more than we normally keep on other full-fingered gloves. If you're utilizing or fishing a single-handed rod PVC running lines, you'll have extremely little issue handling your line with these gloves on.

Our one gripe was with the cuff design. The cuffs are cut relatively little and made to seal tight, beneath your coat cuffs. We have the tendency to keep our coats on and take our gloves on and off throughout the day (tying knots, for instance), and these cuffs were a little too little to quickly close over the tops of our coat cuffs.


Kast states that Kast Steelhead Glove are water-proof. Landing fish is not going to make your hands wet. These Kast Steelhead Glove are truly, actually water-proof.

Great for Alaskan guides. Great for cold early mornings on the ocean. They're cut well, you can fish in them, they've got a great warm lining ... and your hands are definitely, certainly not getting wet. Kast Steelhead Glove not low-cost at $79.99, however warm, dry hands deserve it in our book.