CUDA Fishing Glove Series

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Cuda has one of the most inclusive lines of strong and proven fishing tools available.  Now, they’ve added one more piece of essential gear to their current product offering: fishing gloves.

Designed to meet the needs of both salt and freshwater anglers alike, Cuda is excited to offer a line of cut and puncture resistant fishing gloves. Available in three styles – bait, wire wrap and offshore – they are constructed from cut-resistant, multi-layer Kevlar. For added convenience, these also incorporate touchscreen capabilities so users are able to operate a smartphone or other electronic devices while wearing them.

The tough Kevlar construction protects from punctures, cuts and abrasions, while remaining lightweight and comfortable to wear. Reflective strips create added visibility, while convenient Velcro closure and nylon pull straps allow the wearer to take them on and off with ease.

“Just like our knives and fishing tools, Cuda gloves are built tough, offering both protection and performance while on the water,” said Capt. Rick Constantine, vice president of marketing and general manager for Cuda.


Designed for bait cutting, these will keep your hands protected, while still allowing you to cut effortlessly. The bait gloves are available in three sizes (M, L, XL) and retail for $57.49.


With extra Kevlar between the thumb and index finger, the Cuda Wire Wrap series are the perfect pair for wire wrapping. The wire wrap gloves are available in three sizes (M, L, XL) and retail for $63.24


Constructed with extra-strength padding and materials for offshore fishing, the Cuda Offshore Gloves will allow you to get a grip on your catch and anything slick. They are available in three sizes (M, L, XL). The pair retail for $57.49.

The line is covered by Cuda’s signature lifetime warranty and is available at retailers and online. For more information or for purchase visit

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