|Item Weight||6.4 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||11.2 x 7 x 1.5 inches|
|Item model number||DZ9|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||90 days against manufacturing defects|
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Damascus DZ9 SubZero Maximum Warmth Winter Gloves, X-Large
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- Goat Hide Leather 50%/ Cow Hide Suede 30%/Fleece 20%
- Guaranteed to keep your hands warm from any temperature to subzero temperatures
- Performance articulated pre-curved design to maximize hand comfort and fit
- Full leather palm
- Water resistant Spandura backs
- Patent pending
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I tried manipulating my duty weapon (in my case a Glock 17) and this is where I had issues. The fingers are just too cumbersome to work the mag release or trigger effectively. I actually couldn't even get the trigger finger into the trigger guard area.
Otherwise a great glove.
These kept me warm like champs, and also kept out the moisture after shoveling snow for about 50+ straight hours over a span of 3 months.
These are in fact TOO GOOD in keeping moisture out because while cold wet slush and snow, and even rain and ice were not a problem, I would get home and my own sweat would be drenching the inside of the gloves and were very hard to dry out consequently. sp. that's my only real "gripe" drying them out of your own sweat, because I'm 100% sure that isn't the rain or snow getting the inside wet, I would have known if freezing ice or whatever was inside, no, it was 100% warmth, but yea, that is a catalyst for perspiration, and have a system of drying these ready, I still haven't figured out how to dry them, I'll pick them up 2 days later and they're still wet inside, but that's a testament to them keeping out moisture as well as keeping moisture in, in my humble opinion, so I won't take ANY stars off for that. Life Savers
Other than the sizing issue (probably due to the insulation inside), Damascus made a solid product. The gloves are well manufactured and are made of high quality materials. The full leather palm has good tack to it and doesn't feel like it will cut or tear easily. The backing is some sort of neoprene-like material that stretches well when balling up your hands or grabbing tools to work with. The cuff is a little too close to the wrist joint, which for some can be a nuisance, and the velcro closure is hard to get tight around your wrist, as the opening is alot bigger than most gloves. The liner has a nice feel to it and stays in the glove, unlike other liners in gloves that tend to pull out of the fingers. The feel of the glove is a little overstuffed, but I was surprised at how much dexterity I still had when I started working with them. Initially, they felt like they needed to stretch out a bit before my hands could get real comfortable with them.
I first used them while changing a tire in sub-20 weather with a northern breeze and they worked just as they are intended to. My hands stayed warm and dry, I was able to screw the lug nuts off and on while losing little dexterity. The gloves took the abuse well and showed no signs of wear.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great gloves! I use them all the time in harsh winter conditions.Published 5 months ago by Nicholas P.
It said that the gloves would keep hands warm in sub zero weather finger tips froze at 30 degrees. Not happ😩Published 6 months ago by Eileen Inman
Work pretty well for above zero Fahrenheit. We were looking for something better for below zero. We will try them next year with glove liners! Read morePublished 15 months ago by Kimberly L. Witmer