Dive Gloves are vital to ensure that you stay warm whether you dive in a wetsuit or a drysuit. Granted, in warmer climates and even during the summer in the Southern Australia, you may be able to get away without diving gloves but even a thin one will increase your warmth drastically.
Choosing the thickness of diving glove is quite easy — the colder the water the thicker the dive glove! Getting the size right is the vital part, because even if you wind up with a small air space at the end of the finger in your dive glove then the air within that space will get cold, very cold!
Our best selling dive gloves in the shop for local conditions are the Apollo Proflex 2 mm Dive Gloves. They provide a good combination of warmth and dexterity. Serious hunter gatherers prefer a pair of Apollo Apollo Kevlar 3 mm Commercial Dive Gloves because the kevlar palms provide great protection.
Disclaimer: The Glove Size Chart has general guidelines only. Sizes are not guaranteed.
Note: When printing the PDF file, set "Actual Size", or scaling to "none", in order to get an accurate measurement.
The Scuba Doctor dive shop has a great selection of quality dive gloves for scuba diving at affordable prices.