Your guide to the best wet weather golf gloves on the market for 2017.
Best Wet Weather Golf Gloves 2017
How many of you use a wet weather glove when the weather takes a turn for the worst? Most of us probably get by using the same glove we have done for numerous rounds of golf before, which comprises our grip and therefore scoring potential. However, there are some fantastic wet weather golf gloves designed specifically to help with grip during wet conditions.
One reason why golfers may choose not to go for a wet weather option is that they are often black, as opposed to traditional white. This is not always the case, and some of the latest products look very sleek. In any case, wouldn’t you rather be in control of your club as opposed to compromising your preferred look?
Here’s our guide to a selection of the best wet weather golf gloves on the market.
As you may expect from the #1 Glove in Golf, FootJoy has some super wet weather offerings. The RainGrip provides a leather-like feel and is effective in wet and humid conditions. Features QwikDry knit material on the back of the hand for optimum breathability, flexibility and comfort.
FootJoy Rain Grip Xtreme
One for the serious golfers who demand superior grip performance in the wettest of conditions. Featuring Autosuede technology, this is a glove which looks stylish and performs fantastically.
TaylorMade All Weather
A very playable option designed for every condition. Ideal for dedicated golfers who play come wind, rain or shine. Features a premium synthetic material for superior fit and durability in all weather conditions.
MacWet Micromesh Short Cuff
These gloves sit at the pricy end of the glove market, but they provide superb grip in even the wettest of conditions. The short glove finishes at the wrist but there are other options. Fastens easily using a durable Velcro strap.
The name says it all. This is a glove that will have no problems giving you the grip you need in wet conditions, and it’s extremely comfortable courtesy of its pre-rotated finger design and lycra motion/web zones.
Srixon All Weather
A good value option, especially if you’re not planning on venturing out too often in the rain. Srixon has used its CoolMax inserts throughout the back of the golf glove for a better fit and improved moisture management.
Created from synthetic suede and stretchy comfortable materials for flexibility in wet weather conditions. Another strong option.
Browse the rest of the Golf Monthly gear section to find great new products to help your game this year.