Viking Dry Gloves and Ring Systems | Scuba Center has been selling quality scuba diving and snorkeling equipment since 1973. You will find a wide selection of scuba and snorkeling equipment at both our Minneapolis and Eagan, Minnesota locations.

Viking Dry Gloves and Rings System | Safety has always been the most important issue for Trelleborg Protective Products when designing and producing the Viking diving suits. They see functionality as the most important aspect of safety. A diving suit that works the way it should, is perhaps the best safety assurance the professional diver can get. | Contact us for further details on glove options and rings

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Viking Dry Gloves

Public Safety Diving drysuit accessories

Viking Dry Gloves and Ring Systems | Designing a system to protect the hands takes both good engineering as well as experience and knowledge in diving. That’s where Viking’s expertise is unbeatable. They’ve devised a cuff ring system that provides tremendous mechanical protection and chemical resistance. The standard Viking cuff ring system has only two parts; an inner ring that provides strength inside the sleeve, and an outer ring that provides a sealing surface for cuffs and dry gloves. | Viking Glove RingsAnsell Protective Solutions (formerly Trelleborg Protective Products) is one of the world's leading producers of protective clothing and related products. They develop and manufacture chemical protective suits, dry diving suits (under the Viking drysuits brand name), inflatable shelters and a wide range of industrial products. Safety has always been the most important issue when designing and producing the Viking diving drysuits. Functionality is the most important aspect of safety. A diving drysuit that works the way it should, is perhaps the best safety assurance the professional diver can get.

One of the most difficult parts of your body to protect underwater are your hands. This is true because the hands have a great deal of surface area relative to their size, and they have many curves and individual extensions (fingers). We use our hands constantly when we dive, and because of this, our hands and wrists are exposed constantly to the risk of mechanical damage. In poor visibility, the natural and normal reaction is to extend your hands in front of you as you feel your way along the bottom.

Designing a system to protect the hands takes both good engineering as well as experience and knowledge in diving. That’s where Viking’s expertise is unbeatable. They’ve devised a cuff ring system that provides tremendous mechanical protection and chemical resistance. The standard Viking cuff ring system has only two parts; an inner ring that provides strength inside the sleeve, and an outer ring that provides a sealing surface for cuffs and dry gloves.


Viking Latex Dry Gloves

Viking 5 Finger Latex Gloves (w/liners) | Designed for use with Viking cuff ring systems. | Viking part #114560001 | Popular for many Public Safety Diving, SAR, Commercial Diving, and Military applications.

Viking 5 Finger Latex Dry Gloves (w/liners)
(For use with ring systems)

Price: $36.00

 

Viking 3 Finger Latex Mitt (w/liners) | Designed for use with Viking dry glove cuff ring systems. | Viking part #114650001 | Popular for many Public Safety Diving, SAR, Commercial Diving, and Military applications.

Viking 3 Finger Latex Dry Mitt (w/liners)
For use with Viking Cuff Rings

Price: $72.00   add Viking 3 Finger Dry Mitts to cart


Viking Good Grip Gloves
Latex gloves with chemical roughened surface for extra grip. Increased tactility and a better grip. = Improved ability to locate, identify and hold on to objects of interest during underwater searches.

Viking Good Grip Gloves with integrated wrist seal |

Viking Good Grip Gloves (w/liner & wrist seal)
Tapered cuff which will seal against a latex wrist seal.

Price: $45.00

 

 

Viking Good Grip Gloves (w/liner & cuff seals)
For use with Viking Cuff Rings

Price: $45.00


Viking Rubber Mitts

Viking 2 Finger Rubber Mitten | Viking Dry Gloves | Use with Glove Ring Systems | Popular for many Public Safety Diving, SAR, Commercial Diving, and Military applications.

Viking Rubber Mitts (2 Finger w/liners)
For use with Viking Cuff Rings

Price: $215.00   add Viking 2 Finger Rubber Mitts to cart


Viking Dry Glove Accessories

Viking 5-finger Outer glove, Kevlar ® -- Viking Dry Gloves -- Popular for many Public Safety Diving, SAR, Commercial Diving, and Military applications.

Viking Kevlar Over Glove
(For 5 finger Gloves)

Price: $32.00   add Viking Kevlar Over Glove to cart


Viking Dry Glove Ring Systems

Viking Bayonet Dry Glove Rings System | The Viking Bayonet Glove Ring system provides an easy and secure way of donning dry gloves to any kind of dry suit. | Viking part #114600012 | Popular for many Public Safety Diving, SAR, Commercial Diving, and Military applications.

Viking Bayonet Ring System
(Ring system only. Gloves sold separately)

Viking Bayonet Glove Ring System Manual -- PDF

Price: $139.00   add Viking Bayonet Rings to cart

 

Viking Dry Glove Cuff Rings | The standard Viking cuff ring system has only two parts; an inner ring that provides strength inside the sleeve, and an outer ring that provides a sealing surface for cuffs and gloves. | Viking part #114610001 | Glove Cuff Rings are popular for many Public Safety Diving, SAR, Commercial Diving, and Military applications.

Viking Dry Glove Cuff Rings
(Ring system only. Gloves sold separately)

Price: $99.00   add Viking Glove Cuff Rings to cart

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While these are excellent reference materials, in no way should this information be considered a replacement for proper training for the specific type of diving in which you plan to participate.