|Item Weight||3.5 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||12 x 1 x 5 inches|
|Item model number||MG-55-009|
|Material||Spandex, Synthetic Leather|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||90 Day Conditional Warranty. Defects in manufacturing covered. Abused product not covered under warranty. Must be washed prior to return.|
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Mechanix Wear Tactical Original Covert
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- Form-fitting TrekDry helps keep hands cool and comfortable.
- Thermal Plastic Rubber (TPR) closure with hook and loop provides a secure fit.
- Seamless single layer palm improves fit and dexterity.
- Nylon web loop provides convenient glove storage.
- Machine washable.
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Top Customer Reviews
Just received two new pairs from Amazon, one coyote (tan), one black. The black ones aren't the originals I know and love. The packaging still said "Original" with the correct model number and all but they've been redesigned. The material that covers the palm and fingers feels more stretchy, resulting in a slightly looser fit. The rubber velcro closer is also different, bigger and more ridiculous, which results in the gloves not sliding as easily in and out of pockets. An "ID" area has been added to the closer as well, where you could write a few characters, maybe initials or a number, tho I'd wager anything written there will rub off after a little use. Overall, pretty disappointed with the redesign. I'll try to post pictures.
I'd suggest if you love these gloves head to a local automotive store and buy up the original "Original" models before they disappear.
For years I have been searching for gloves that let me have a reasonable amount of dexterity, do a good job protecting my hands and don't wear out in a week or two. After reading all the great reviews I thought the Mechanix gloves were a "can't miss."
I am sad to say that just like all the other gloves I have tried, the Mechanix gloves had holes in the fingers after the first couple of weeks. I have stitched them up, so maybe I can get another week or two out of them, but the bang for the buck is terrible compared to all the other "disposable" gloves I have purchased for $2-3 a pair and would last at least a week.
The bottom line for my experience was great functionality, but horrible durability. I am hard pressed to imagine that the folks that are getting months or years out of their Mechanix gloves are actually wearing them for hard use 40-50 hours every week like I am.
They look and feel nice, and the "Mechanix" brand seemed to specialized in automotive use. These are just nothing more than thin cotton textile gloves. They have some suede like cloth on the palm, but it doesnt last.
Ive owned several of these originals, and a few of their padded expensive ones, and they always manage to rip and wear out after a short time. Im not even a mechanic, im just a guy who likes to work on cars, bikes, and do occasional house work. The seams start to tear after a couple of uses or so. My father also rips through these gloves. He's constantly working on his diesel rig, and I always see ripped and worn out Mechanix gloves all over the garage.
I kept buying them because they looked and felt nicer than the other brands of work gloves. I thought Mechanix was on top of their game. However, these gloves are a little tougher than standard gloves, but I still think rawhide work gloves outlast them.
For heavy duty macho work, I recommend using nitrile coated work gloves. Theyre the cheap cloth gloves that have a rubber coating on the palms. These gloves usually cost no more than several bucks and do not wear out on the palm like Mechanix's gloves.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Simply the best, great fit, very durable and they look amazing. I bought this for my workshop and now I use them to ride my Harley.Published 4 days ago by Alessandro Bergamo
Good gloves. Double stitching in most areas. These aren't meant for several years of heavy industrial use. They wear out eventually. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Ben Couse