|Item Weight||1.6 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||8 x 4 x 0.2 inches|
|Item model number||FUG-02-S|
|Material||Duraclad Reinforcements, Synthetic Leather Palm and Finger Sidewalls, TPR Knuckle Protection, Terry Cloth Sweat Wipe|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||Against defect|
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- 49% Synthectic Leather/35% Stretch Nylon/6% Terry/10% PVC Palm Patches
- Duraclad reinforced palm, saddle and fingers with recessed double stitched seams for long lasting toughness
- Rubberized knuckle impact protection
- One piece synthetic leather palm and finger sidewalls
- Integrated pull-tabs for easy glove take-off
- Machine washable
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saying, durability - or should I say lack of durability.
These gloves are a great idea & the previous version had a palm that was thick enough to save my hands from nails, monster splinters & pressure treated lumber - but the seems shred like crazy. I also have the general utility glove - that's even worse -
every finger is taped! They have a great idea w/ these gloves though - they fit great, my hands breath in them, the dexterity is excellent & they do really keep your hands from becoming something resembling 60 grit sandpaper... they just don't last. At the price they charge for them they need to hold up longer. Maybe someone should forward all these reviews to the folks at Ironclad. If they could make them tougher, I'd buy a case... in the meantime, save the bucks - they just don't hold up well enough if you do this kind of work for a living.
The Makita gloves are far superior - just not skin tight.
The gloves look good and are very comfortable. You almost forget that you've got them on. With the thumb, index & middle finger exposed, you've got the freedom to pick up anything while keeping your hands protected. Just what I needed.
An Ironclad rep told me that the newer glove models have improved stitching quality. I am going to order another pair to see if I can note the improvements.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
How many Union framer and I wear gloves all year round. I've been in search of a glove at a fair price that can hold up. Seriously, these are it.Published 1 month ago by Aaron Harapat
Ironclad are some of the best gloves on the market... I'm a rigger and use these at work all the time, they are the only ones that hold up to the abuse...Published 2 months ago by Nick
True to size. Great price and great gloves.
The TPR knuckle protection feature a good idea.
Great as they always are! Awesome bicycling glove road or mountain!Published 6 months ago by D. Williams