Harbinger Pro Flexclosure Gloves Mens
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- 5 integrated palm vents release heat and keep hands cool
- Palm design features abrasion resistant leather construction surrounding a foam padding system to enhance comfort and increased durability
- Fully adjustable wrist closure for a snug but comfortable fit
- Stretch "Ventilator Mesh" allows hand and fingers to bend naturally while keeping them cool
- 1/2 finger length for a natural feel and increased contact with the lifting surface
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Top Customer Reviews
On Feb 14 2001, the stitching came undone on the right glove. So about 1.5 months of use and the gloves are now falling apart. Maybe you'll have better luck but I would be cautious of buying these again.
good thing I read the previous reviews in regards to size and ordered a size bigger than on the chart provided. my last harbinger was L size this one was XL and it is a tight fit , it is hard to take it off. so order 1 or 2 sizes bigger.
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.Read more ›
UPDATE: Been using my Extra Large gloves for three weeks now, normal gym lifting, 5 times a week. They're still very comfortable and well-made, but they seem a little stiff. Certain parts dig into my hands, and while I don't notice while lifing, it leaves nasty grooves in my skin. They're better than they were when I first used them, so I'm breaking them in, but they have a ways to go. I never did wash them when I got them. Maybe after a washing, they'll loosen up more. I'll post another update later.
I bought these the 2nd week of April and at exactly 2 months the stitching on both thumb pads is gone leaving partially attached pieces, the leather is separating from the stitching on the fingers etc....
Maybe 4 days week is too much usage for these.....it seems it maybe so.
Regardless I wish I had of been able to examine them prior to purchasing.
Prior to them falling apart they were good, B-.
The padding is just extremely thin foam with zero pressure absorption properties
I miss my old gloves and the quality that once was.....
And I'm beyond the return time by a month
Most Recent Customer Reviews
These have been my go to gym gloves for around 5 years. Without these my hands end up rough and callusy. With them I have no such issues.Published 5 days ago by Matthew H
Returned as they are very uncomfortable and fit poorly. Like others reviewers have stated the seams in these gloves dig into your fingers when lifting. Read morePublished 19 days ago by Chad
Waaaayyyy TOO Small. How can that be? So different than the same brand I bought at the gym for $10.Published 25 days ago by Max A.