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  • Ansell ActivArmr 46-200 Nomex Kevlar Flame Resistant Fuel Handler Utility Glove with Gore Tex Lining, Chemical Resistant, Gauntlet Cuff, 14" Length, (1 Pair)
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Ansell ActivArmr 46-200 Nomex Kevlar Flame Resistant Fuel Handler Utility Glove with Gore Tex Lining, Chemical Resistant, Gauntlet Cuff, 14" Length, (1 Pair)

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List Price: $107.33
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  • ASIN: B00SMMP89Q
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By LimaLima on March 25, 2013
Size: LargeNumber of Items: 1Color: Green
TL;DR: these would be great gloves at about forty to sixty bucks.

The fit and finish is good, as I would expect from a made-in-USA product. The size large fits about as snug as my various pairs of of size medium motorcycle gloves. The fingers are a tad short, and would be pretty bad for anyone with larger hands than mine. The cotton cinch strap across the back holds well in the metal buckle and is easy to adjust, unlike doubled-over velcro straps found on many gloves. The nomex on the back back is tightly knit and the Gore-Tex liner is soft and fleecy against your hands. I haven't tested the permeability of this liner. The liner adds more bulk than I expected, especially where it bunches up at the end of the fingers, making these POL-proofs much less dexterous than regular leather-and-kevlar warm-weather flyer's style gloves.

At the current price at Amazon (a benjamin, after tax), I would expect a few details to be designed better. The fingers are NOT anatomically curved. The fourchettes (part between the fingers) are Nomex instead of leather. The leather could be more supple, although that might be at the expense of longevity. There are decently long hang loops sewn inside, but these feel to thin for long-term hanging from your gear where they're bound to get knocked around.

My biggest gripe is that the seam between the leather palm and the knit aramid back runs right down the middle of the pad of my thumb. This puts it exactly where where the thumb closes down on the forefinger, which is a terrible design choice as it hinders dexterity in one of the most critical points, and it puts the less durable textile in a very high abrasion area that should be covered by leather. I predict that this will be the first part to wear through
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