Protect your hands from cuts, scrapes, and impact with gloves made for duty wear.
July 30, 2010
Blackhawk's CRG-1 Cut Resistant Patrol gloves from the company's Warrior Wear line have a neoprene and spandex shell with a Kevlar-reinforced palm for toughness that also makes them cut resistant. The trigger finger and thumb have non-slip pads called contact points for increased grip. The pull tab on each glove makes them easy to pull on, and allows them to clip easily to a carabiner for safe keeping. Velcro closures allow you to adjust the gloves for a snug or loose fit and for easy on and off.
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Damascus Protective Gear
Damascus' #MX50-Q Viper gloves feature digital leather palms and are lined with USA-made Razornet MAX. This Damascus proprietary blend of yarns includes stainless steel fiber to provide highly cut-resistant duty gloves. The Viper is CE tested and exceeds the Euro Standard maximum Level 5 cut performance. You'll also be further protected by AlphaSan antimicrobial liners.
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EOTAC's Vickers Glove was designed with substantial input from Special Forces operator and instructor Larry Vickers. Smart design elements include light padding on the back of the hand and reinforced finger knuckles. Also, the web between the forefinger and thumb is reinforced so these gloves can be used to fast rope in a pinch. A combination of kidskin and Nomex protect your hands in fires or when moving sharp objects, while the kidskin provides great tactile ability.
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