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Bought myself some fingerless gloves recently and the woman at the shop wanted to know whether I was a member of a club, etc.

Long story short, I got these gloves from Ray Block in the city (Brisbane). They were very helpful so if you're looking for a pair, it's worth checking them out for gloves or any other sun equipment.

Disclaimer: I didn't receive any monies, kick-backs or other benefits from this recommendation...although I do tend to think I'm more attractive to the ladies when I'm wearing my new gloves ;)
 

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but what if you dont have a take-apart paddle?
 

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Gavin, I've been using a pair of those UVeto gloves for nearly a year & am rapt in them. I got mine from one of the local tackle shops & have seen 'em in such shops elsewhere. I can definitely recommend them for paddling & fishing.
 

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Sorry guys, dont mean to hyjack the post, But while we are on the subject of Clothing accessories so to speak, Where do you get "crocs" from? no, not the Steve Irwin crocs, the footwear type!
I reckon they would be the Ducks Nuts for wearing in the yak!
 

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Jack i wear crocs.........i got them for fishing and now it the only thing i put on my feet.
and to answer your question Reble Sports sell them
 
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