|Item Weight||6.4 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||14.2 x 5 x 1.6 inches|
|Item model number||313-09|
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Ringers Gloves 313-09 Extrication Short Cuff Glove, Black, Medium
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- 52% Synthetic Leather/24% Stretch Cordura/15% Armortex/5% EVA Padding/2% Genuine Cow Leather/2% Rubber
- Premium synthetic leather palm and finger material
- Tough Armortex reinforced index finger and thumb
- Tough Armortex puncture and abrasion resistant
- Elastic cuff keeps out cut glass
- Anatomically designed palm pads
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They are lightweight, even when wet, and they dry well over a heat duct, or just on a bench in a work room. They are tough and you can grab something without being cut. They work well for firewood cutting because with the elastic cuff, your gloves don't fill up with chips. If you work in a muddy situation, you can rinse the gloves off with a hose.
The XXX-Large gloves are difficult to find, and I am glad Amazon carries them. They have a broad reach between thumb and index finger when picking up pieces of firewood. They grip well. The yellow color makes them easier to find in a work area.
After working with them for a while, when I went to put on my gloves, I found a cut in one of the fingers. I appreciated that it wasn't in my hand, but the rest of the glove was still in good condition. I put on a pair of latex gloves, put my finger into the cut glove finger then spread Shoe Goo, or some form of GOOP glues over the cut on the outside. When the glue dried, I could use the gloves again. [ You do not have to keep your finger in the glove, until the glue dries... ]
Also you can use Shoe Goo or some form of GOOP glues when the reinforcement "leather" comes loose because of the little stitches they use. Just spread a little glue under the loose flap, press it down and hold it in place with masking tape for a while, and the glove is "good as new."
BTW- If you're in blackberry country, these don't work for pulling them. The thorns pierce right through. For that work, you may well want to go back to thick leather gloves.
Here's what I liked: These gloves are very well made. Good stitching, reinforcements on the stress points, quality material. I will give them full marks for that. Also, I compared the padded areas (knuckles, etc) to some other gloves I have and they were far superior. When I flipped them over and saw the texture on the palm I was all excited... until I tried gripping something with them... and that gets us into...
Here's what I did NOT like: The Palms... based on the texturing I was expecting some kind of enhanced grip. In reality these were so slippery that I found myself losing grip. I would say that these grip worse then regular leather gloves. Also, the wrist gauntlet is a very nice feature but I found the elastic was gaping in places and could easily see glass or debris making it down there (the exact opposite of what that gauntlet was there for). My biggest gripe though was the interior/fit. On the interior edges of the fingers (where the top of the finger and the bottom of the finger come together) was like little razors. Just a few minutes of wearing these produced chaffing and discomfort. Also the sizing was weird. I ordered a Large (which is what I am in most other gloves) and found the fingers to be too long and the palm to be too tight.
All in all I think there is some real possibility in this glove (esp if they change the palm pads) but it just wasn't' what I needed.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Best pair of Ringers I've owned, new reinforced fingers last longer than old style, don't dye your hands when they get wet. Fit as expected very happy!Published 1 month ago by Sedonaguy
Use these for protection while working fire/rescue at the local stock-car track. Easy movement, comfortable, and I personally have no worries about protection wearing these.Published 13 months ago by Michael Sweeney