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Material 4X: High abrasion Material 4X finger panels outlast leather and can only be found on Mechanix Wear gloves. Flexible Warmth: 3M C-40 Thinsulate insulation encased between interior fleece and exterior nylon makes this glove tough but not bulky. Exposed hands and raw weather just dont mix. For the guy who still needs to work when the mercury drops, weve created our Winter Armor Pro. Featuring our specially designed, high abrasion Material 4X on the thumb and fingertips and an internal, anatomically placed palm padding, this glove allows you to complete tasks that require the dexterity of bare hands without them actually being bare. Fleece-lined with 3M Thinsulate insulation and encased in a water repellent nylon shell, the Winter Armor Pro provides maximum warmth and wind resistance. Additional protective features include an embossed Neoprene thumb panel for flexibility and warmth, full length Thermal Plastic Rubber on the fingers and flexible accordion foam knuckle panel. With this rugged glove in your toolbox, you might actually look forward to the weather turning cold.
Are these seriously supposed to be work gloves? After about 4 days of light duty work, the rubberized palms wore through. No longer even marginally water resistant! Read morePublished 11 days ago by tk
My dad has a woodstove so my boyfriend sometimes helps him chop wood in the winter. When cutting/stacking wood when it's cold out, he needs to keep his hands arm but most gloves... Read morePublished 17 days ago by Emily
Not the warmest if you're just sitting, but if you are active you can wear these down to the below comfortably. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Eric Osburn
Very warm but you do loose alot of mobility in fingers. Don't recommend trying to frame houses in them..Published 3 months ago by Max
too thick and my fingers are still cold. no good for motorcycles.Published 4 months ago by bain mullina