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Ironclad FUG-02-S Framer Gloves, Small

4.5 out of 5 stars 22 customer reviews

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  • 49% Synthectic Leather/35% Stretch Nylon/6% Terry/10% PVC Palm Patches
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  • Duraclad reinforced palm, saddle and fingers with recessed double stitched seams for long lasting toughness
  • Rubberized knuckle impact protection
  • One piece synthetic leather palm and finger sidewalls
  • Integrated pull-tabs for easy glove take-off
  • Machine washable
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Ironclad's Framer FUG-02-S offers better dexterity with added durability. New and improved the Framer offers open finger dexterity while providing outstanding protection and durability for the rest of your hand. Called the Framer for its ability to swing a hammer yet easily pick up a finishing nail, this glove is ideal for every situation where you want all the protection you can get but need those fingertips free. Not to mention, they are completely washable, just like every other Ironclad glove. For best results machine wash and hang dry. Ideal for framing, carpentry, electrical set-up, rigging, tire mounting, and for use with power tools and weapons.

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Technical Details

Part Number FUG-02-S
Item Weight 1.6 ounces
Product Dimensions 8 x 4 x 0.2 inches
Origin China
Item model number FUG-02-S
Size Small
Material Duraclad Reinforcements, Synthetic Leather Palm and Finger Sidewalls, TPR Knuckle Protection, Terry Cloth Sweat Wipe
Item Package Quantity 1
Warranty Description Against defect

Additional Information

ASIN B00004WZRG
Customer Reviews
4.5 out of 5 stars 22 customer reviews

4.5 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #53,135 in Home Improvements (See top 100)
#626 in Home Improvement > Safety & Security > Personal Protective Equipment > Hand & Arm Protection > Lab, Safety & Work Gloves > Safety Work Gloves
Shipping Weight 1.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
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Date First Available October 2, 2003

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Size: MediumColor: Blk/Grey Verified Purchase
Sorry to say that the problem w/ these is what everyone else is
saying, durability - or should I say lack of durability.
These gloves are a great idea & the previous version had a palm that was thick enough to save my hands from nails, monster splinters & pressure treated lumber - but the seems shred like crazy. I also have the general utility glove - that's even worse -
every finger is taped! They have a great idea w/ these gloves though - they fit great, my hands breath in them, the dexterity is excellent & they do really keep your hands from becoming something resembling 60 grit sandpaper... they just don't last. At the price they charge for them they need to hold up longer. Maybe someone should forward all these reviews to the folks at Ironclad. If they could make them tougher, I'd buy a case... in the meantime, save the bucks - they just don't hold up well enough if you do this kind of work for a living.
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Size: MediumColor: Blk/Grey
So it's time to replace these gloves with another set, after 4 tours in Afghanistan and a tour in Iraq. I purchased these in ~2001(?), and used them instead of the issued nomex flight gloves after the BC eased up on combat uniform standards (but you better wear your knee pads, Ranger!!!). I've used these in pretty much every environment, behind pretty much every weapon system the Army has to offer, from kicking doors in downtown Bagdad, to bounding across the punishing summits of the Hindu-Kush; these gloves put up with everything, including not being washed (or even taken off for that matter), for weeks/months on end.

These gloves have finally quit fighting on to the Ranger objective- all the stitching has held up, though I've now sadly worn through the creases my finger joints made in the leather fingers. The stitching actually outlasted the leather, and it's good leather.

The back of the thumbs have soft material for wiping your nose, or clearing your optics of fog/water/enemy blood/mud/etc. The soft material lasted ~3 combat tours (and all training rotations inbetween) before it had worn down to the bare fabric, but the fabric and stitching held.

The thumb, index, and middle finger are clipped short between the first and second knuckle, but the other fingers are long, which is great for pretty much everything. You've got two covered fingers for un-jamming a hot 240B or whatever, but with your exposed fingers you can accurately and efficiently give the enemy the good news, feed your suck, or take a leak. The only drawback is there's no subdued version of these gloves, so you'll have to take a sharpie, or paint marker to the yellow logo as I did every month or so. But that's a small modification, and hardly a drawback, so these get a major plus, and 5 stars.

RLTW!
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Size: MediumColor: Blk/Grey
This is my third pair of Ironclads. I had a pair of general use gloves that served me well and I have a pair of Extreme Cold gloves that worked INCREDIBLY well while installing 108' of porch railings and balusters in 10 degree cold last January. I am not a pro but do a lot of volunteer carpentry and personal work on my house and a summer lake house, both are 100+ years old so they keep me busy. My current pair of framer's gloves have been fantastic. I have been using them for about 6 months and have washed them 2 or 3 times. I have built decks, installed 900 sq ft of bamboo flooring (beautiful stuff but you can get INSIDIOUSLY NASTY splinters from it if you are not wearing gloves!), framed doors and windows and repaired/reglazed and rehung 10 sixteen pane windows, each 6 ft tall and the gloves are still going strong. There is some thread fraying going on but all seams are still intact. Ironclad does need to come up with a better thread, but I am very satisfied with the value of these gloves. I would have worn through the fingertips of 2 or 3 pair of leather gloves by now, not to mention the grief of having to take them off frequently to pick things up or do tasks requiring touch and dexterity. Its hard to imagine going back to leather now.
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By A Customer on December 21, 2003
Size: MediumColor: Blk/Grey
I bought these gloves because I had a large metal framing project going on. These gloves saved my hands from the usual cuts associated from working with metal studs and track. They were especially helpful because you could grab even the smallest screw out of your pouch without having to stop and remove the gloves. There was some fraying of the seams, but nothing that harmed the integrity of the glove. These gloves are probably not for large demo projects, but nothing short of heavy leather is. I would definitely buy another pair when these wear out.
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By Eric on August 23, 2001
Size: MediumColor: Blk/Grey
I purchased these gloves last winter while framing a large oceanfront home. They wore like iron. Handled the frozen wood and repeated weetings like a pro.After I used them for heavy framing for the next 6 weeks, I gave them to my helper and he used them for general clean-up work for the next two months. Would not hesitate to purchase a second pair
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Size: MediumColor: Blk/Grey
I used these gloves for about 2 weeks, delivering US mail, not framing houses. The thread on the middle finger of the right glove failed and the glove finger came apart.
Save your money. Go to Home Depot and purchase a cheaper pair of Stanley gloves. They don't fall apart so easily.
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