First Class Protection And Movement
A tactical glove that is both reliable and durable, without giving up the mobility of lighter wear alternatives. Hard, TPR knuckle protection reinforced with neoprene padding and TouchPoint™ fingertip design come together to give you the most complete and functional tactical glove available.
- Machine washable goatskin palm for long-term utility
- Midweight, snagproof, stretch woven materials for precision fit and professional appearance
- Unisex Fit
TPR Knuckle Protection
Isolated, hidden TPR knuckle design allows for independent knuckle splay and rotation, giving you amazing tactility while maintaining solid, reliable protection.
Foam Knuckle Padding
Closed cell, perforated foam offers bacteria resistant ventilation, while keeping your knuckles sufficiently guarded and nimble.
Midweight, snagproof stretch woven material offers the most precise, professional fit and appearance you can expect from your tactical gloves.
- Machine wash cold
- Do not bleach
- Line dry
- Do not iron
- Do not dry clean
Customers Also Purchased
Cons - After 6 months of light/moderate use around the station, rolling hose, and some extrication work a couple fingertips are developing holes or about to fail. Also some stitching came out and the Velcro doesn't always hold.
This is a great glove for someone looking for heavy duty knuckle protection with a high level of dexterity and sense of touch, but I need a more gross motor skills heavy duty work type glove. Make the palm slightly thicker material or add fingertip reinforcement and this would be a great Station glove.
I wanted hard knuckle gloves for the added protection value in the event of going hand to hand, I would have a slightly less chance of breaking my hand. Another feature that sold me on these gloves, are the low profile look of the hard knuckles.
one thing I think should be brought up are the knuckle material itself. I feel confident in the protection value, however I did expect the material used as the hard knuckle to be more hard. The material is actually somewhat flexible. Also, I expected the glove itself to be thicker for winter use, but it was more light weight. It was not a problem because I just bought some $10 silk inserts to use in conjunction with the glove.
All in all I recommend the glove for daily use based on price, durability, flexibility, and protection value.