Yes Juan, I still sell them. I have limited supply, though. Once they're out, they're out. They're $ 45. plus $5 shipping, tax. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
, with a shipping address, if you are interested in a pair, and I'll send you a paypal request.
These Hexarmor gloves are industrial safety gloves for people working with sharp objects on a daily basis. These stretch quite a bit when they get wet, so if you normally wear large, you'll need a medium. Whatever your glove size is, get one size smaller.
I got these because I hate coming back home with battle scars after a night of lobster diving. I sometimes get painful urchin spines under my fingernails when I thrust my hands into a hole after a lobster. Not anymore with these. The multi-layered ceramic fabric is super puncture resistant. My hands gets cold sometimes, but it’s a small sacrifice for the amount of safety it provides me. I once got bit by a large pargo and I was sure the teeth got through, but luckily it was just pain from the pressure of the bite, .. no punctures..
For spearfishing, especially in cold weather, I use neoprene gloves like most people. Keeping your hands warm attributes a lot to staying warm throughout your body.
Here's a short video of me playing with a urchin..https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bXwhiEb ... l=morifish