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Police Product Test: 5.11 Tactical Praetorian 2 Gloves

February 22, 2011

POLICE Magazine reviews the 5.11 Tactical Praetorian 2 Gloves, EoTech XPS2-0 Sight, and Lowa Boots Zephyr GTX.

Police Product Test: Brite-Strike Traffic LED Gloves

January 28, 2011

POLICE Magazine reviews the Smith Optics Aegis Eye Shields, Brite-Strike Traffic and Cycle LED Gloves, Magnum Spider Urban Boots, and 5.11 Tactical's Tac Dry Rain Shell.

Long Wearing Duty Glove

December 22, 2010
The new Long Wearing Duty Glove from Gloves for Professionals by Finger Fashions features a long-wearing Clarino palm with double layer fingertips and grip. A textured Spandex and Neoprene back provide for a highly breathable, contoured fit.

Police Product Test: Pelican Products 2490 Recoil LED Light

October 31, 2010

Scott Smith reviews the Pelican Products 2490 Recoil LED Light, EOTAC Operator Grade Emerson Folding Knife, Haix GSG9S Boots, and 5.11 Tactical Taclite2 Gloves.

Glove Grabbers

October 31, 2010
Ergodyne's Squids 3400 and 3405 Glove Grabbers attach to clothing, belts, tool belts, and D-rings, allowing workers to keep gloves and other necessary items visible and within reach while on duty.

Safariland Announces Operator Hatch Glove Release

September 23, 2010
The glove's longer length protects the wrist and forearm in tactical applications and close-quarters combat. The palms and knuckles are constructed from durable goatskin.

Patrol Gloves

July 30, 2010

On patrol, you never know what you'll need protection from. Think of gloves as an essential tool no matter the time of year.

Police Product Test: SureFire LX2 Flashlight

January 14, 2010

Scott Smith reviews the SureFire LX2 Lumamax Flashlight, Wiley X Hybrid Gloves, Eberlestock Gunslinger, and EOTAC Vickers Gloves.

Police Product Test: Safariland RR CQLR Scope

October 19, 2009

Scott Smith reviews Safariland RR CQLR Scope, Under Armour Blackout Gloves, and Boyt Harness Tactical Gear Bag.

New Wiley X Orion and Aries Gloves Constructed for Combat, Flight

September 11, 2009
Both the new Wiley X Orion glove and Wiley X Aries glove are constructed using a distinctive blend of materials for ultra-protective, highly durable, precision-touch gloves for tactical and combat operations.

TacLite Gloves

August 19, 2009
The 5.11 Taclite Glove features the company's TacticalTouch construction system for maximum dexterity. Designed by a 12-year veteran of the U.S. Navy SEALs, the heavy-duty gloves are made of goatskin leather and feature a Velcro closure at the wrists.

If the Glove Fits

July 22, 2009

Gloves have become part of a cop's daily uniform as much as a badge or belt. The reason for this is simple: A pair of gloves protects your hands from the elements, abrasions, cuts, and punctures from needles or other sharp objects.

Gloves: 2009

July 10, 2009

Some officers don't give patrol gloves a second thought. It's time that you did. Gloving up can mean much more than protecting yourself from inclement weather. Today's patrol gloves can also protect against microbes, bacteria, blood-borne pathogens, needles, and even knives. They can help you scale chain-link fences, keep your extremities warm, and give you a better grip when you need it.

Police Product Test: 10 Zero 9mm Utility Glove

June 1, 2009

These 10 Zero gloves kept my coworkers' hands warm in cold conditions did not overheat or make their hands sweat in warmer conditions.

Police Product Test: ELITE Survival Systems Four Gun Pistol Case

November 1, 2008

I am one of those folks who tends to carry a lot of stuff when I go to the range. Hence, I am always looking for ways to compactly take three or four pistols and their accompanying magazines with me without using a separate case for each one. Elite Survival Systems' Four Gun Pistol Case seems to fit that bill.

Performance Gloves

November 1, 2008
MacWet gloves perform in all types of weather, while still providing comfort, sensitivity, and protection from the elements. Designed to fit like a second skin and available in 12 different sizes, MacWet gloves offer a high level of touch sensitivity. This sensitivity allows you to use even the most intricate buttons on optical equipment and phones or radios.

Police Product Test: Under Armour Generation II Tactical Pants

October 1, 2008

In the last few years UA has introduced product lines in such diverse areas as hunting, working out, and casual wear. Now Under Armour also has a line of tactical wear, which includes the Generation II Tactical Pants.

Hot Ops Gloves

August 1, 2008
Blackhawk’s new Hot Ops Gloves are made for summer weather. A combination of perforated neoprene and 3-D mesh back allows your hands to breathe and keep cool. The ergonomic cut and flexible shell follows the contours of your hand for maximum dexterity and tactility.

Police Product Test: Phenix Gear Modular Vest

February 1, 2008

Ranger Joe's Phenix Gear Modular vest is one solution to the high cost of tactical vests.

Heated Mittens

October 1, 2007
HotHands Heated Mittens from HeatMax are constructed of tightly woven fleece with 40 grams of Thinsulate insulation. The mitten caps have pockets to hold HotHands 2 warmers for up to 10 hours of added heat.
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