Harbinger Pro Non-Wristwrap Vented Wash & Dry Glove with Padded Leather Palm (Old Style)
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- Double leather palm for durability and feel on bar
- Open cell foam palm and finger cushioning
- ½ finger length
- Fully adjustable wrist closure
- Wrap-around thumb protection
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The Harbinger Men's Pro Glove feature double leather palms to protect the hands with ½ finger length to increase contact with the grip surface while not losing touch with the bar. The fully adjustable wrist closure gives a custom fit, while the wrap-around thumb protection offers more coverage. These gloves can be washed by hand and air dried.
Style Name: Large (Fits 8 - 8.5 Inches)
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These gloves were easy to break in and that took 2 days tops. They are very comfortable and of course decrease calluses tremendously while not giving in on grip. They never really picked up smells and did not smell in general. I hand washed them a few times and air dried and they felt like they were new again.
The reason I got a new pair after all these years is because the old ones started tearing, but what can you expect after 5 years.
I feel like I got the maximum utility from these and more.
In summary they got the job done, were high quality and saved my hands. Oh, and the price was also decent. I don't think most people will feel a difference between a $15 pair and a $50 pair.
Recently, I ordered a pair of Harbinger Pro gloves as a set second to my usual shooting gloves. I prefer ½ finger gloves and perused information about many gloves before settling on the Harbinger. I had used P.A.S.T gloves in the past (no pun intended) and they were fine gloves until they weren’t. The stitching finally gave out and I decided to no longer spend a fortune on shooting gloves.
I like the protection that shooting gloves provide to my hand. I had TCS (Tunnel-Carpal Syndrome) once. It seemed to come on from using a mouse while going about the tedious work of technical writing. I switched to a track-ball mouse and the CTS disappeared. Since that time, I have been concerned about nerve damage to the hand when shooting calibers above .22.
About a year ago, I started to wear a shooting glove. Actually intended for riding bicycles, the glove provided support in the thumb area and that is where most of the recoil heads when you shoot a handgun.
Some say that I won’t be wearing gloves in a defensive situation and I should practice in real-world condition. I know people that can no longer shoot a handgun because of various ailments, such as arthritis, because it is too painful to shoot. I fully understand that. I have, after a shooting session, suffered from hand cramps on occasion. Wearing shooting glove has eliminated that and I enjoy shooting more. Shooting more rounds and shooting more often makes for a pleasant day.
The Harbinger Pro glove is made from real leather. It has a double leather palm for durability and a fully-adjustable wrist closure. Additionally, it is comprised of open cell foam padding and finger cushioning. It is double stitched for durability. Most important to me, there is wrap-around thumb protection and it exist just where you will experience the push or snap of a handgun’s recoil.
The Harbinger Pro glove does add width to your gun-gripping technique. The padding, for me, is near perfect whether I am holding a Glock G21, a 1911-style pistol, or my favorite carry – the Springfield XDs 3.3 .45. The padding also help to hold the gun in place within my grip and helps me to get back on target faster after the gun fires. Even the Glock G26 feels at home within the open cell foam padding of the glove.
Although intended for lifting weights, the Harbinger Pro glove is perfectly at home at the shooting range.
The ½ finger design allows for that tactile feel of a trigger that we have come to know and love. Full-fingered gloves, even those very expensive tactical gloves don’t provide me with that feeling. I am person who loves the throaty exhaust of a well-tuned Harley Davidson with drag-pipes and the tune of a big V-8 motor cruising down the road. Why would I insulate myself from the feeling the pull of a trigger?
A shooting glove is part of my recoil management system and also aids me in controlling firearms other than handguns – like pistol-gripped shotguns and an AR10-based rifle. A shooting glove has helped me overcome flinching, as I no longer concern myself with it even after a long shooting session. This is a case of no pain is gain.
The gloves fit nicely and are not stiff when new; they get better as they get worn in. Give the Harbinger Pro gloves a try. It may take a while to become accustomed to them, but I believe that you will be calling them your shooting buddies in the long run. The Harbinger Pro gloves has really affected my shooting in a positive way. I am more than satisfied with them.
I ordered a size small. I fit a size small in all gloves I have had previously but these ones were a bit big. The main problem was that the finger holes when up and over my second knuckle and bit into my skin while lifting. I will have to cut them and see if they will be better.
My other issue with these is that the gloves shed. The leather sloughs off and covers my hands in little black bits. They also stain my hands. Such a shame.
One star because the item looks true to picture and did help with calluses while lifting.
I will likely replace them with something much better in the near future. I started lifting about two months ago and thought gloves would help. Though they do help they were of inferior quality. I would pass these over. I ordered a pair of women's from the same company and had the same issues.