MultiCam Mechanix Original Glove

Posted in EQUIPMENT, Gloves on September 29th, 2014 by M M

Mechanix Wear recently released Crye MultiCam versions of three of their most popular gloves models – the Original, FastFit and M-Pact.

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Patrol Incident Gear FDT- Alpha Touch Glove

Posted in EQUIPMENT, Gloves on November 18th, 2013 by M M

The FDT (full Dexterity Tactical) Alpha Glove from Patrol Incident Gear (PIG) is now available in a FDT-Alpha Touch model that is Touch Screen compatible. This allows the user to operate touch screen devices without removing his gloves. Patrol Incident Gear is a maker of tactical gear, including plate carriers, chest rigs, etc. and is the ‘house brand’ of SKD Tactical.

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Patrol Incident Gear FDT- Alpha Glove

Posted in EQUIPMENT, Gloves on January 8th, 2013 by M M

The FDT-Alpha (full Dexterity Tactical) Glove from Patrol Incident Gear (PIG) was designed from the ground up as a tactical shooting glove; offering a combination of features that have not been available together on one glove until now.

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Outdoor Research Ironsight Glove

Posted in EQUIPMENT, Gloves on July 7th, 2012 by M M

The Ironsight Glove from the Outdoor Research Government Programs Division is a light weight, quick-drying, highly breathable, hot weather combat glove. It has non-slip grip pads on the fingers and palms, which is a feature I’d love to see on more gloves.

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Masley Enterprises Waterproof Combat Gloves

Posted in EQUIPMENT, Gloves on February 25th, 2012 by M M

The Waterproof Flyer’s Glove and Cold Weather Flyers Glove from Masley Enterprises Inc., don’t look too different from the issue Nomex flight gloves at first glance. But looks can be deceiving, as they’re both waterproof combat gloves, and provide better protection from the elements than the issue flight gloves. Their Handlogic glove sizing system enables the customer to choose a glove that offers the best fit for their particular need.

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Arc’teryx Tactician AR Glove

Posted in Arcteryx, EQUIPMENT, Gloves, MANUFACTURER SECTIONS on January 9th, 2012 by M M

The Tactician AR is based on the Cam SV glove pattern (reviewed previously), but is an all-leather glove instead of a leather/softshell combination.

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OR Gear Flashpoint Gloves

Posted in EQUIPMENT, Gloves on November 18th, 2011 by M M

Flashpoint Gloves – The Flashpoint Glove is a light weight Nomex® fabric and FR leather glove intended for breathability in hot conditions while providing FR protection, dexterity and comfort.

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Arc’teryx LEAF Gloves

Posted in Arcteryx, EQUIPMENT, Gloves, MANUFACTURER SECTIONS on April 26th, 2011 by M M

In previous writeups, I’ve focused mainly on the garments offered in the Arc’teryx LEAF (Law Enforcement and Armed Forces) line. Featured here are some items from the LEAF line of gloves, which are models that are also available from their commercial line.

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Camelbak Gloves

Posted in GEAR, Gloves on July 19th, 2010 by M M

It’s been more than four years since Camelbak acquired SW Motorsports Gloves, and formed their Government-Military Glove division. Up until this year, the product offerings were pretty much what SWMS had before the acquisition. For this year, some of the models have been re-designed and a couple of new models added.

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OR Gear Argonaut Gloves

Posted in EQUIPMENT, Gloves on September 14th, 2007 by M M

The Argonaut Glove is a reinforced glove meant for cool conditions. The back of the Argonaut is made of breathable, water-resistant Polartec® Power Shield® fabric, which is quick-drying, abrasion and wind resistant. The palm, knuckle reinforcements and wraps over the tips and sides of the thumb, index and middle fingers are made of DWR-treated water resistant leather.

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