Our Best Fingerless Work Gloves
If given a choice, most everyone would prefer to use their God-given hands to perform work activities. Unfortunately, our hands are fragile and can quickly become injured, which means gloves are a significant necessity for many workers.
Nothing compares to using your fingers on touchscreen devices.
If your someone who wants to keep as much of their hands protected as possible without losing the tactile dexterity needed, you’ll want to read more. Fingerless work gloves keep the majority of your hand safe while at the same time allowing superb sense-of-touch. They most times will offer wearers open fingers on the thumb, index, and middle finger.
In the below article, we’re going to highlight all the fingerless gloves we offer.
Benefits of Wearing Fingerless Gloves
The benefits of wearing gloves with no fingers are endless. Here are some of the top reasons we hear from users:
- Range of Motion
- Picking up objects
- Ability to write
- The capability of efficiently using the phone
- Provides easy access to trigger finger
- Handling Small Wire
- Grabbing nails from tool belt
Industries and Occupations
Workers across a wide range of occupation benefits from wearing fingerless gloves. Here is a quick look at the most common:
- Automotive: working on cars
- Construction Carpenters: measuring, cutting, and framing wood
handling small wires
- Manufacturing: assembling, holding small bolts, and screws
- Warehousing: lifting pallets, wrapping, labeling, using computers and printers
Additional industrial reasons for wearing fingerless gloves:
• Allows law enforcement agents precise trigger control
• Helps construction workers stay cool during the summer
• Permits detailed assembly when small parts are used
• Grants precision movement for automotive workers working under the hood of an automobile
Leather Work Gloves
Anyone working that needs abrasion resistance has most likely worn a pair of leather work gloves at some point.
9349D – Our highest-rated cut-resistant fingerless glove
Are you working in the kitchen and need cut-resistant gloves? Our 9349D is made with FDA approved materials and are an excellent choice for those working around food and sharp objects. Keep in mind, your fingers are exposed to sharp objects, but you will gain a tremendous advantage in picking up items.
Also, construction contractors work around a lot of metal: steel bandings, metal studs, etc. In fact, the construction industry is the second-highest ranked industry for cut injuries. For these workers who want to keep as much of their hands protected as possible without losing the tactile dexterity they need, you’ll want to check out these options.
9373 – made with DuPont Kevlar
9369 offers a dotted palm
General Purpose Cotton
Our multi-purpose string knit gloves are great for workers only needing general purpose protection. Those who are not exposed to hazards such as sharp objects and are handling, lifting, and moving objects will find general-purpose cotton gloves an excellent option. First, they’re less expensive than all other fingerless gloves we’ve shown. And, second, they’re highly comfortable.
9508LM – PVC Dots are ideal for gripping and grasping objects
Here are some activities where general purpose gloves are worn:
902 – Fingerless Padded Palm
Why would anyone want less protection around their fingers? Nothing compares to the natural feel of ones’ fingertips when handling objects. Fingerless gloves allow maximum feel with palm protection and are always an option to consider for those who need to achieve a snug fit, maximum dexterity, and premier precision. Also, they offer the most significant level of comfort due to natural venting.
The two gloves shown below are fingerless and provide an excellent grip for grabbing objects.
Predator PD1901 – Super Stretch Flex Tuff FT2902 – 2-Way Spandex
What is the point of fingerless gloves?
- We’ve list of handful of reasons above. The core reasons are dexterity, range of motion, sense-of-touch.
Do fingerless gloves work?
- Let’s be clear; if you need relief from the cold or water, this is not the type of glove you should be wearing. If there is any chance your fingers are exposed to a hazard that can quickly hurt your fingers, don’t wear fingerless gloves.
What are some sports and recreation activities where fingerless gloves are used?
- Bicycling, Fishing, Hiking, Kayaking, Motorcycling, Paddling, Sailing, Weightlifting
Are fingerless gloves warm?
- The drawback to having your fingers open is that your hands are directly exposed to cold temperatures.
Where can I get some fingerless gloves?
- Numerous nationwide industrial distributors regularly stock all of the gloves shown above. Request a quote with your information, and we will be in touch to provide local distributor information. You can also enter the part number into Google, and you will most likely find distributors selling the glove online.
Providing Gloves Users Require
Our goal at MCR Safety is always to keep you protected and safe from workplace hazards. So, we must warn you that fingerless gloves don’t provide complete protection as a full glove does. And for this reason, fingerless work gloves are not an option.
However, for many other workers, as long as open fingers don’t encounter dangerous threats, fingerless gloves are an excellent option for workers needing premier finger dexterity.
We welcome any comments, feedback, or suggestions for how we can best protect people at work.
For over 45 years, MCR Safety has proven to be a world leader in gloves, glasses, and garments. Whether it’s on the shop floor, an oil rig, or a construction site, we are there providing solutions to workplace hazards. It’s all part of our commitment to protect people.
No matter your industry, we have the personal protective equipment you need.
Learn more about MCR Safety by checking out our most recent video. For more information, browse our website, request a catalog, find a distributor, or give us a call at 800-955-6887.
Breath of the Wild, fingerless Link gloves tutorial
So the biggest concern with making these gloves was to prevent the stitching in the fingers from unraveling after cutting off the finger tips. But Mike made a pair of gloves for another costume a few months ago and solved that problem. You can purchase them <here>, or save some money and follow our tutorial.
What You’ll Need
1 pair of light color, leather gloves.
Scissors capable of cutting leather, or a good razor blade and straight edge
medium to dark leather dye
dye applicators (sponge brushes from Home Depot work too)
Fabric Glue (or super glue may work)
What Gloves to Buy.
One issue with the winter gloves from the Twilight Princess costume is that while incredibly soft, they weren’t very rugged. They looked broken in very quickly. I originally chose them because they were the correct color. This time though, I started with heavy duty work gloves from Home Depot. I purchased a set of gloves 2 sizes smaller than I normally wear. The glove fit the body of my hand well, but the fingers were too short. But that doesn’t matter, cause I am loping them off.
Gloves, size Ladies
So the most important thing is to choose a pair that fits your hand well, ignoring the fit of the fingers.
While I normally wear a size Large in gloves, in this case I made my gloves from a Small pair. Even these were too big for my sister, so we had to go with a more expensive pair of Deer kin gloves for her. They were size ladies. Which I guess is a size in our modern society…
Cutting off the fingers
Aradani has a very nice pair of leather scissors that makes short work of any leather, and gives a perfectly clean cut. Most likely you won’t own a pair of scissors that could cut through leather, so your best bet is most likely to use a sharp razor. Make sure its sharp, as you want a nice, clean cut.
I recommend that your first cut be way to short. Just cut off the tips of the fingers like in this picture. You don’t want to cut off too much!
If you look carefully at the glove on the right, you will see pen marks on the gloves. After cutting off the tips, I slipped the gloves on, and lightly marked on the gloves right under the second knuckles on each finger. By making the fingerless gloves stop below the knuckle, it makes the gloves much more comfortable and flexible.
The Second Cut
So in this image, you can see how much I cut off in the first cut, and then the additional amount that I cut off on the second pass. Also notice how short the pinky finger is. Most people’s first pinky knuckle lines up with the second on their ring finger, so that means the glove’s pinky will be much shorter!
Also, most hands aren’t symmetrical, so it is just easier and quicker to repeat the above steps for the second glove. Trust me.
Today is a Good Day to Dye
I recommend dyeing the gloves next. You can try and glue the stitching, but you run the risk of getting glue on the surface of the glove, which will then dye differently that the leather (sorta like wood glue and stain, though with woodworking, you usually have to use the glue first).
To achieve a nice color, I mixed two colors of Tandy’s Eco-Flo Waterstain. Aradani had a Medium Brown on hand, but it tends to dry very red, and light as well. Normally this is toned down with a nice layering of antiquing. But since I wasn’t planning on using antiquing, I went with a mix of Medium Brown and Black (approx. 70% brown, 30% black).
I applied the dye using a Wool Dauber, also found from Tandy. I wear nitrile gloves when working with leather dye. And after I good application of dye, I typically rub the leather with my gloved hand. This helps rub in the dye, as well as pop any bubbles or froth that is made by the dye (which will leave a funky pattern on the glove is if dries). You can continue rubbing in the dye with the dauber, but I find that usually continues to add additional dye to the leather, thus getting darker and darker. And for some reason, a non-porous surface (gloved hand) gives me better results.
Gluing the Stitches
So this is the step that really excited me in making these gloves. Rather than sewing up every single stitch, you simply glue them shut. I can attest to the problems involved to hand sew leather. Just use glue.
My brother recommended Super Glue, but I couldn’t get it to adhere the leather. Instead I used some fabric glue, specifically Beacon Fabri-Fix. It adheres pretty quickly, and dries solid overnight.
Carefully pry back the edge of the seam, put a small drop of glue, and squeeze gently. I glued all the stitches, and then just left the gloves overnight.
And that’s it! Here are some pictures of the Link gloves complete, and in action.
Front of gloves
Not the front of gloves. Oh yeah, the back
Best cycling gloves: mitts and full-finger gloves for spring and summer cycling
The best cycling gloves don’t just complement the rest of your kit; they’re there to protect your hands from road rash in the event of a crash, aid with grip, keep the chill off and more.
They come in various guises, from full-finger warmers to half-finger mitts that prevent overheating. Some will have gel or foam padding on the palm to prevent compressed nerves, while others may feature insulation and waterproofing.
With spring very much underway here in the northern hemisphere, it’s finally time to store away those winter cycling gloves in favour of the lighter-weight summer gloves and mitts. If you’re in the market for a new pair, then we’ve got you covered here with our guide to the best cycling gloves available today.
Scroll down for our look at our pick of the best cycling gloves for riding during the spring and summer, or – if you’re after buying advice – you can skip to our guide on how to choose cycling gloves.
Best cycling gloves(Image credit: Endura)
Endura FS260-Pro Aerogel Mitts
Breathable, durable and functional, in a range of colours
Closure: Elastic | Padding: None | Palm: Synthetic leather
Gel pads with open venting for breathable support
Comfortable, wicking and supportive
Lots of colour options
Sizing runs small
With its Pro Aerogel Mitt, Endura set out to create a cycling glove that would actually breathe while also standing the test of time. Dense gel padding is used to absorb some of the shocks from the road, while airflow ‘voids’ within the pads help your hands to shed heat.
They come with all the standard features you’d expect from a decent road glove, including a terry cloth thumb panel to wipe away sweat, and finger tabs to help with removal.
High-stretch and moisture-wicking fabric is used on the back, making for a comfortable and supportive fit, while the flexible micro-fibre palm with silicone print details offers long-lasting wear and a firm grip on the bars.
A velcro strap closure allows for an adjustable fit, though it’s worth bearing in mind that the sizing comes up on the small side, so go a size up if you fall between two options.(Image credit: Courtesy)
Let the wind blow through your gloves
Closure: Elastic | Padding: Foam | Palm: Mesh
Some have noted durability issues
An updated version of the Swiss brand’s CYC gloves, the Assos summerGloves_s7 is designed to disappear on your hands but still provide a bit of support and protection. The entire glove is made from mesh, including the palm to keep your mitts cool and dry.
The palm also sees a bit of foam padding, which Assos says is carefully placed to absorb ‘road chatter’, and silicone logos add some extra traction when the road gets bumpy.(Image credit: Courtesy)
Eye-catching minimalist cycling mitts
Closure: Elastic | Padding: None | Palm: Clarino leather
Silicone on palm
Difficult to get on and off
If all you’re looking for in a glove is a bit of abrasion-protection in a crash, the SupaCaz SupaG will keep your palms road-rash free and add some style to your wardrobe in the process.
With a snug aero cut, the mesh-backed SupaG gloves are based around lightweight fabrics and use a slip-on design. The palm is made from perforated Clarino leather and sees a silicone SupaCaz logo for added purchase. For the crit racers among us, they also come in a full-finger version for added protection.(Image credit: Courtesy)
Castelli Arenberg Gel 2
Shock-absorbing cycling gloves for rough riders
Closure: Velcro | Padding: Gel | Palm: Synthetic leather
Gel padding used heavily throughout
Microsuede nose wipe
Sizing runs a little small
Named after the infamous cobbles in the Forest of Arenberg, Castelli’s Arenberg Gel 2 mitts are designed to absorb shock and vibration from rough-and-tumble road surfaces. The palm features Castelli’s Dampening System (CDS), with gel padding under the knuckles and the heel of the hand to dampen vibrations from weight-bearing areas of your paws. The gel padding is finished with silicone details to maximise grip, even when your bar tape is saturated.
The top of the glove is a mix of mesh and lycra for wicking and breathability, while the thumb is made using micro suede, so you don’t rub your nose raw. Castelli has opted for a velcro closure to ensure a proper fit, and there is a massive pull tab so it’s not a wrestling match to get the Arenberg Gel 2 over your hands. They also come in a full-finger version for those after a bit of extra protection.(Image credit: Courtesy)
Giro Siv road glove
Classic mitts brought into the modern age
Closure: Elastic | Padding: Gel | Palm: Microfiber
Don’t forget to put sunscreen on the back of your hands
Roadies have a soft spot for classically styled kit, and the Giro Siv takes the traditional road mitt design and brings it into the modern age.
The nylon-mesh back takes on the classic crocheted look of yesteryear while still using modern materials for wicking and ventilation, and the three-piece microfibre palm is padded and breathes considerably better than leather. The thumb sees a plush nose wipe and, best of all, the price tag won’t leave a big dent in your wallet.(Image credit: Future)
GripGrab Aero TT
Best cycling gloves for time trial efforts
Closure: Elastic | Padding: 2mm gel | Palm: Synthetic leather
Wicking and breathability
Padding optimised for TT position only
For those of us looking to the summer ahead and thinking about dusting off the time trial bike, these GripGrab Aero TT short finger gloves will be perfect. With 2mm of gel padding designed specifically for use on the aero bars, these mitts are made for racing.
The long wrist cuff is designed to interact smoothly with your speed suit, and the aero finish will help you slip through the wind with ease.(Image credit: Courtesy)
Leatt DBX 2.0 X-Flow XC MTB gloves
Lightweight XC gloves that are perfect for road riding
Closure: Elastic | Padding: None | Palm: MicronGrip
Wicking and breathability
MTB aesthetic might clash with your road kit
Yes, we have included a pair of mountain bike gloves in this round-up of road cycling mitts, but hear us out. These cycling gloves from South African outfit Leatt are mesh-backed, and the palm is made from a microfibre material called MicronGrip. The individual fibres are incredibly pliable, wick like the dickens and are thinner than a human hair.
The DBX 2.0 X-Flow gloves are light and comfortable, but still provide a barrier against abrasion should you hit the deck. They started out as our go-to crit racing gloves, but have found their way into the more-regular rotation because they offer as much dexterity as if you weren’t wearing gloves at all, as well as unmatched breathability.(Image credit: La Passione)
La Passione PSN
Minimal, simple and lightweight mitts for summer riding
Closure: Elastic | Padding: Foam | Palm: Synthetic leather
14 colour choices
No nose wipe panel
Sizes up small
Whether you’re looking for something simple and lightweight, or you’re the kind of person who has the need for matching kit, La Passione’s PSN gloves are designed to match its jersey of the same name, right down to the fabric on the back.
While they are missing some features commonly found on cheaper alternatives, like a nose wipe panel and adjustable velcro closure, the PSN gloves are really comfortable to wear, thanks to the minimal seams across the palm and the light foam insert padding to soak up the bumps without getting in the way.
The PSN gloves are available in a whopping 14 colour options, all designed to perfectly match the jersey in the same shade, with some very nice spring colours newly arrived.(Image credit: Courtesy)
GripGrab ProGel Short glove
Luxurious cycling gloves that use magnets to stay together
Closure: Velcro | Padding: Gel | Palm: Serino leather
Serino leather palm
GripGrab’s ProGel Short gloves are a bit like a La-Z-Boy for your digits. Starting with the luxurious plush Serino leather palm, GripGrab has employed its DoctorGel padding which was developed in collaboration with its sponsored athletes and doctors to help combat what’s known as ‘Cyclist’s palsy’ – pins and needles in the fingers caused by nerves being squished between your bars and the bones in your hand for an extended period.
The backside of the glove is made using lycra with reflective logos, and the thumb features a suede nose wipe for when your ‘farmer’s blow’ doesn’t go quite according to plan. One of our favourite things about the ProGel gloves has nothing to do with the padding or fit: it’s the ‘gMagnets’ that allow you to stick the gloves together for storage; never again will you need to tear apart your drawers when you’re late for a group ride because you can only find one glove.
How to choose the best cycling gloves
Cycling gloves will fit differently depending on their weight, but, generally, look for a snug fit that doesn’t inhibit dexterity or inhibit range of motion. Gloves that are too tight may cut off circulation; too loose and the glove can bunch and cause hotspots, or even blisters.
Cycling gloves come with all different levels of padding, with racing mitts offering minimal cushioning all the way to plush gel-padded versions designed to keep your palms comfy for hours on end.
There are a couple of different schools of thought when it comes to padding. Most brands prioritise cushioning the heel of your hand, while other brands like Specialized are placing the padding in the middle of the palm to relieve nerve pressure. What works for you comes down to personal preference and the terrain you’re riding – glassy Swiss tarmac won’t require padded cycling gloves, while hours of washboard gravel likely does.
Most cycling gloves will have a synthetic leather palm, which breathes well and stands up to general wear, tear and abrasion.
3. Half finger vs long finger
Half-finger cycling gloves – or mitts – are the norm for road riding, and will have a lightweight, breathable material over the back of the hand and a synthetic-leather palm to protect against abrasion. With your fingertips unencumbered, there’s no loss in dexterity, and you’ll be able to use smartphones and touchscreens with ease.
But half-finger gloves aren’t perfect, with reduced protection, comfort, how hard the suckers are to get off your hands, and the resulting tan line being cited as the usual reasons to avoid. We will usually don lightweight full-finger gloves when lining up for a crit, in case of a pile-up, or on a mixed-surface ride.
4. Nose wipe
If you’re anything like us, the moment you begin to pedal, your nose also starts to run. Look for cycling gloves with a nose wipe on the thumb that is made from fleece or terry cloth as the material is softer on the skin and provides better camouflage for stowaway boogers.
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The Beauty of Fingerless Gloves
A brief historyThe fingerless glove became a fashion statement in the 1980s, made iconic by celebrities such as Billy Idol and Madonna.
The lace fingerless glove can however, be traced back as early as the 19th Century. Gloves were an essential item in a lady’s wardrobe during this time and lace mitts could be paired with a woman’s day, or evening dress.
Although a little more revealing than a conventional glove, the fingerless style would have still been deemed respectable in social circles and the ideal accessory on a warm summer’s day. Not as restrictive, the fingerless glove also provided greater freedom for movement and for those Victorian women wearing corsets, I’m sure this would’ve been welcomed!
What’s the purpose of fingerless gloves?
Fingerless gloves have been wrongly dismissed as ‘useless’ for failing to fulfil their purpose; keeping your hands warm. This simply isn’t true. Like other styles, the glove covers your pulse point as well as your palm and wrist. So even though your fingers are exposed, you can be assured that your hands will remain toasty.
The clear advantage of the fingerless glove is its non-restrictive qualities. The mobility they provide makes them ideal for driving and cycling. It also cannot be denied that this style of glove makes quite the statement piece.
Driving Our Snetterton driving glove (pictured below) is the perfect accessory for the car enthusiast. Made from premium hairsheep leather, it’s supple in nature and acts like a second skin. There’s no doubt you’ll feel safe and stylish behind the wheel with this fingerless glove.
Men’s Fingerless Leather Driving Gloves.
Almost identical in design, we also have our women’s Lashana glove available. Similarly to the Snetterton, this glove design is unlined and helps to ensure a firm grip.
With a pair of fingerless gloves, the unpredictable British weather won’t be able to stop you from taking a bike ride. Our Aldersley glove will help keep your hands warm, without compromising your grip on the handlebars. The elasticated wrist and padded palms that feature in this design will provide added comfort.
As the celebrity looks have shown, the fingerless glove can elevate any look. Our women’s short fingerless lace gloves (pictured below) provide an edgy alternative to the conventional occasion glove and for those brave enough, are a stand out accessory when about town. The style of this black pair is timeless and their intricate floral pattern make them ooze femininity.
It seems then, that the fingerless glove isn’t so pointless after all!
Taking off the gloves: There’s no reason for noncompliance | 2014-03-04If you watch workers labor in an industrial plant for a period of time, chances are you’ll see someone take off their work gloves for a task — and perhaps keep them off. Workers remove their hand protection products for various reasons, ranging from discomfort to job interference.
Taking gloves off during work used to be an unavoidable necessity for many workers. Today, however, innovations in fabrics, technology and production techniques are changing the hand protection experience for workers, providing incentive to wear work gloves for the duration of a shift. Consider the following three reasons workers tend to give for removing their gloves — and innovations which have stopped these excuses in their tracks:
1. “Gloves are not as comfortable as bare hands.”
Studies show that discomfort is the number one reason many workers remove hand protection. Gloves may be bulky and loose, hampering workers’ ability to perform job-related tasks or even getting caught in machinery. Improperly fitting hand protection may also restrict movement, causing hand fatigue, especially among older workers.
Comfort is essential for all applications, which is why more work gloves are now ergonomically designed to the shape of the hands, providing the flexibility required to perform tasks in fast-paced manufacturing environments. Innovative knitting technology varies the stitching in high stress areas — such as across the knuckles and back of the hand — to improve fit and allow hand movement for greater dexterity and less fatigue.
In the past, traditional hand protection products failed to manage perspiration and often resulted in wet, uncomfortable hands and persistent dermatitis, causing workers to remove their gloves. Employees at a chemical plant, for example, were unlikely to wear hand protection products for long periods during the summer when temperatures soared above 90ºF and their hands became hot and sweaty. Newer products are available that incorporate moisture management technology to significantly reduce perspiration build-up inside gloves in hot and humid environments.
Additionally, modern work gloves are breathable and keep hands cool and dry while protecting against job-related hazards such as cuts and abrasions.
2. “There’s no glove that provides all the protection that I need — and wearing multiple gloves at once just won’t cut it.”
In the past, many workers combined leather and heavy cotton gloves to provide protection against cut hazards. Or, they depended on multiple pairs of chemical-resistant gloves made of PVC or latex that were unable to breathe and offered little flexibility or provided limited protection against organic solvents.
Work gloves should always protect against the hazard that presents the greatest risk, whether it is cuts, abrasions, chemical burns or impact-related injuries. Luckily more gloves on the market today are designed for high levels of protection against multiple hazards such as cut and chemicals — while also being comfortable and improving workers’ ability to perform their jobs.
Some of today’s new technology includes a liquid-impermeable layer added to knit gloves to prevent oil or lubricants from making incidental contact with the wearer’s skin. Some cut-resistant gloves blend high performance polyethylene yarn with a polyurethane palm coating to provide ANSI Level 2 cut protection and ANSI Level 5 abrasion resistance. In addition, many gloves may be washed and re-used without reducing the cut protective properties, thereby extending the products’ service life.
Other state-of-the-art technology combines engineered, synthetic and natural fibers into high performance yarns to offer advanced levels of cut protection and dexterity. For example, a new hand protection product for the food industry combines advanced cut protection with spandex so the gloves conform to the hands and retain an ergonomic shape during use. In the past, an uncomfortable chain mesh glove was used to protect workers in high risk applications such as meat cutting. But today, with current innovations in hand protection, it often seems like anything is possible.
3. “I can’t work as fast with gloves on.”
In the past, heavy, bulky work gloves hampered hand movement and provided almost no sensitivity in the fingertips. As a result, workers often cut off the fingertips of their gloves or removed the product entirely to perform certain tasks, exposing fingers and hands to potential injury. In today’s world, however, workers who wear modern hand protection incorporating performance combined features such as dexterity and tactility are comfortable and productive.
Products are available today that offer an ultralight feel with flexibility, tactility and bare hand-like sensation. Special coatings can help keep hands cool and dry but at the same time offer ANSI Level 2 cut protection and ANSI Level 3 abrasion resistance to protect workers in assembly, packaging, machining and stamping applications.
Grip is a performance factor in many plant, oil field and construction applications. In order to securely grasp an object such as a pipe or sledge hammer, workers must have sufficient friction between the object and the hand. Workers often apply up to 40 percent more grip force than what they need to maintain a secure grasp. The grip force increases when objects are slippery due to oils or lubricants. Applying excessive grip force for a period of time can lead to hand and arm fatigue, which impacts performance. Over the long term, exerting excessive grip force can result in musculoskeletal disorders, including carpal tunnel syndrome. Microscopic channels used as a coating treatment in work gloves minimize the force required to maintain a firm grip on wet or oily objects and reduce hand and arm fatigue and improve dexterity. Current technology uses microscopic channels to wick away oil and moisture, thereby reducing the need for excessive grip force and the resulting fatigue.
Comfortable, productive workers save their employers money because they work faster and more confidently, which boosts productivity. Workers with comfortable gloves that provide sufficient protection and performance characteristics are unlikely to remove their hand protection, which helps control overall glove spend and glove loss. More important, injury rates decline, resulting in reduced medical indemnity costs and less time away from work.
Safety directors and purchasing personnel can ensure workers enjoy the above benefits by providing individuals the right glove for each application. Conducting a personal protective equipment (PPE) assessment will provide the opportunity to observe workers on the job and identify whether the gloves they are presently using provide the performance expected or need to be replaced. The assessment will also reveal whether workers wear hand protection for the duration of the shift.
To ensure that workers are compliant, they should receive training any time the company provides new hand protection products so they understand why they have new gloves, when and how they should be used, the product’s benefits and expected results. Glove boards, product use assessment and continued education can help ensure product acceptance and correct long-term use. With today’s technology and knowledge about hand protection, there is simply no reason not to keep gloves on.
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What are fingerless gloves and what are they called?
Fashion does not stand still and new styles of things or their names are constantly being invented. Fashionable today pullover, sweatshirt and hoodie, earlier would have been called simply a sweater. But due to the difference in the style of clothing, different names were invented.
And this feature applies not only to outer or basic clothing, ordinary gloves have also entered this cycle of names. And one of their varieties is fingerless gloves.
Fingerless gloves are divided into men and women.And women, in turn, are divided into long, leather and knitted. The first mentions of this wardrobe item were in Ancient Egypt. There they served as an indicator of wealth and power.
There are 2 types of fingerless gloves:
- mitts – more like a sleeve, with a separate element for the thumb. They are attached either due to the elasticity of the tissue, or membranes are made between the fingers;
REFERENCE! The name of the mitts was given in France in the 18th century.Then the ladies of the court wore them as an addition to luxurious dresses, and the working class with their help protected their hands while working. Materials for both classes were appropriate.
- Glovelettes are the younger counterparts of mitts. Instead of webbing, Glovelettes have “cropped” toes. These fingers reach the middle of the phalanx, and were invented in the society of American informals at the end of the 20th century.
REFERENCE! Later, glovelettes were common among athletes, show business stars, bikers and at fashion shows.For every event, a matching style of fingerless gloves has been invented.
Women love both types of fingerless gloves. They are practical, beautiful, and elegant in evening dresses. Of course, if a girl wants to add boldness to her look, she chooses leather products, and if she wants to emphasize femininity – lace or openwork knitting in winter.
In addition to gloves for evening and wedding dresses, mitts and glovelettes are available in knitted versions.This model will warm your pens in a cool winter and will be a great addition to a cozy winter photo shoot. Therefore, fingerless gloves have become more of a decorative attribute. There are several of them in the women’s wardrobe:
- mitts with jumpers;
- Classic Glovelettes;
- Glovelettes with clip-on mitten. This option looks stylish, and if your open fingers get cold, just cover them with a mitten;
- pipe gloves – more like a long sleeve.They have neither webbing nor a compartment for the thumb;
- short glovelettes – ending just above the wrist.
Long, knitted, leather
Short leather or suede fingerless gloves most often become an addition to a brutal feminine look. They are combined with jeans, rough boots and a leather jacket. They serve as part of a biker or rocker style, but often such models are found in combination with a delicate dress. So girls play in a rough-tender contrast, emphasizing femininity and fragility.
REFERENCE! A kind of short leather glovelettes – gloves for driving a car. Cutouts are made on them in the knuckle area, this does not interfere with the bending of the arm. This model eliminates the sliding of the hands on the steering wheel, and does not allow the hands to get tired quickly.
Knitted fingerless gloves are found in winter-spring and late autumn. They become a stylish accessory for a walk or photo shoot. Warm models with clip-on mittens keep you warm on frosty days, and allow you to free your fingers at any time to answer a phone call, have hot tea on the street or urgently write down important information.
Winter mitts made of thick yarn or soft cashmere, combined with knitted clothes, down jacket, fur coat and sheepskin coat.
Long warm mitts look harmonious with sleeves ¾, especially on outerwear. Slim or openwork elongated models are suitable for an evening celebration or a wedding dress.
Elongated fingerless gloves are worn so that a piece of skin on the forearm is exposed, of course, if the weather permits. This technique adds femininity to the image.The second option is to choose very long mitts, combine them with a shortened sleeve so that the pipe forms folds. This method will emphasize the fragility of the girl.
Men’s without fingers
For men they make 2 types of glovelettes – leather and sports. The first help when driving a car or bike. They blend harmoniously with leather jackets or denim.
REFERENCE! Fingerless gloves are also featured in children’s wardrobe. These are either models with cropped toes, or with a clip-on mitten.
Sports men’s variants allow the hand to not slip when working with iron. They also protect from rubbing corns, which often happens when working with a lot of weight.
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Once an essential accessory for informals, bikers and drivers, glovelettes are becoming one of the favorite attributes of true fashionistas.Glovelets are a type of glove with clipped fingers. They are often associated with the image of a “bad girl”, however, this accessory always adds mischief and playfulness to the image.
They are very similar to mitts, which are held on the hand by the jumper on the thumb. Simply put, glovelets are fingerless gloves, and mitts are fingerless mittens. Another similar accessory is hand gaiters, they do not have fingers at all and are held on the hands due to the elasticity of the material.
Fingerless gloves were invented in the USA, they were worn exclusively by low-income people for whom new clothes were an unattainable dream. After the gloveletts were recognized by the bulk of people, they began to improve. One of these innovations was small holes in the palms of leather gloves without fingers (a kind of ventilation). Bikers and cyclists began to wear this accessory en masse because it combined practicality and convenience. Gloves did not restrain finger movements, protected hands from rubbing against the steering wheel, and the holes allowed the skin to breathe.
Metalists, informals and punks also became fans of leather glovellets. Cut-off gloves have become one of their hallmarks. People who were against the rules imposed by the public wore leather glovelettes, thereby emphasizing their depravity. Rock musicians at their concerts wore leather fingerless gloves, decorated with all kinds of spikes and rivets. This gave their image rigidity and severity. The accessory has become not only an element of clothing, but also an integral part of the image.
Only some time later, the English singer Nick Kershau first put on knitted glovelettes, after which all the fashionistas of the world realized that these gloves can also warm up.
Today they are adorned with various decorations, ranging from romantic bows to metal spikes. Glovelettes no longer evoke associations associated with protest. This accessory was not overlooked by the celebrity women of fashion.
What to wear glovelettes with in 2021 (fingerless gloves)?
One of the most popular fingerless gloves in 2021 are leather models.They are often used to create glam rock or rock looks. They go well with ripped jeans, short shorts, leather jackets, leather trousers, ankle boots.
These gloves fit well in casual as well as sporty styles. A tandem of leather glovelettes with a long scarf will look very interesting.
Some models can be made of lace, they will serve as an excellent wedding option and complement the image of the bride.
Knitted gloves are an alternative to not very comfortable mittens, they will warm you in winter cold and refresh your look.Satin models can be combined with evening dresses. They will bring brightness to any outfit!
Fingerless gloves were also liked by athletes. In biathlon, cycling or archery, a strong finger grip is needed, so full gloves will get in the way. Sports gloveletts came to the rescue. They can also be seen on the streets to complement the athletic look. It is very convenient to ride a motorcycle or moped in such products.
Glovelets made of wool and cashmere are especially relevant this season.They are best combined with knitted items. The designers have also come up with fun gloves with “caps”, thanks to which fingerless gloves can be turned into full-fledged gloves.
Men’s fingerless gloves: winter models
Men’s fingerless gloves are a trendy trend of recent seasons. They will keep your hands and wrists warm without pinching your fingers. Such an accessory is worn not only by athletes, but also by ordinary men who follow fashion.Designers have developed various models of men’s fingerless gloves: light summer models, insulated winter gloves or simply decorative.
What are called
There are two types of fingerless gloves:
- Mitts are short gloves with open fingers, excluding the thumb. They are made of elastic materials, thanks to which they are held on the hand.They are also called fingerless mittens.
- Glovelets are short cut-off gloves. They are also called fingerless gloves.
The choice of material for sewing men’s fingerless gloves is quite large.There are leather, suede, velor, lycra gloves.
Leather fingerless gloves differ from ordinary gloves by their softness and the need to fit snugly to the hand. Therefore, leather is used for their production:
- large horned animals – these leather gloves are very elastic;
- deer – men’s leather fingerless gloves made of this material, elastic, warm and durable;
- Sheep – Sheepskin mitts are smooth and retain their original appearance for a long time;
- goats – such glovelettes are wear-resistant and durable, you can wear them for several seasons in a row;
- pigs – these fingerless leather gloves are excellent at keeping warm and absorbing excess moisture.But do not wet them, as pork skin can be deformed from contact with water.
Fashionable leather gloves for men without fingers are decorated with various decorative components: lacing, overlays and fancy cutouts. There are models with colored inserts.
Knitted wool and cashmere glovelets are available for winter.Men’s fingerless gloves made of acrylic wool will not shrink or shed after washing. The leather in such material breathes, and your hands will always be warm.
Winter mitts and glovelets are best in harmony with knitted items. Match a scarf and hat to match your winter fingerless gloves. Fashion designers have developed interesting models of woolen gloves with “caps”. This design allows cut-off gloves to be converted to regular gloves.
Men’s knitted woolen gloves with open fingers are a stylish and fashionable accessory. They are warm and will perfectly complement your everyday style.
If you plan to work out in the gym, do not forget to get gym mitts.In contrast to the casual style, in which mitts act more as an extraordinary accessory, gloves with open fingers for the gym are designed:
- to protect the skin of the hand from the appearance of calluses;
- comfortable to hold a barbell or dumbbells;
- keep your hands from sliding on the simulator. Mitts absorb the resulting moisture, so that your hands do not slip off the handle of the simulator;
- protect against germs – a huge number of people go to the gym, and bacteria spread very quickly in a warm environment.
When choosing fingerless sports gloves, pay attention to their characteristics:
- Should be light and comfortable.
- Made of elastic material and fits snugly around your hands. In this case, the palm will not move with gloves without fingers.
- There should be elasticated wrist cuffs or Velcro straps so you can adjust the size of the gloves.
- Made of moisture-permeable materials.
- The back side should be perforated, that is, contain a special mesh that will help remove moisture if your hands sweat during training.
- The presence of internal linings, eg gel. Thanks to this, the fingerless sports gloves for men will last you longer.
Men’s cut-off sport gloves are a must-have for professional work.If you love to ride a bike or motorcycle, sports mitts will become an indispensable item in your sports wardrobe.
For drivers, men’s fingerless gloves will not only emphasize a unique style, but also bring a certain amount of comfort to driving.For example:
- Driver mitts protect hands from the cold in winter.
- Men’s fingerless gloves reduce grip force and will not fatigue as quickly while driving.
- With fingerless driving gloves, your hands are always dry and you can easily make various maneuvers and turns.
- In the driver’s mitts, you can easily switch the speed, as well as press the buttons.
For ice fishing enthusiasts
Especially for those who like winter fishing, Fishtex has developed 2 models of men’s fingerless gloves:
- Fishtex neoprene and leather gloves with removable fingers, black. 3 fingers are removed, thanks to which you can safely attach the bait to the hook, you do not need to take off your gloves for this.Neoprene does not get wet in water and retains heat well. These short gloves protect your hands from dirt and damage. They have special fasteners to securely fasten on the hands. There are leather inserts on the palm. In such gloves, you are not afraid of frost down to -20C.
- Fishtex green neoprene gloves with removable toes. 2 fingers are removed, which is also very convenient for winter fishing. These gloves are reinforced in the palm area. In such gloves, your hands will not freeze at temperatures down to -5C, they will be clean and dry.
Men who prefer a classic style buy gloves with cropped fingers and open fingers in discreet shades: black, gray, blue or brown. They are suitable for any clothing.
Guys who prefer a youth style can buy ultra-fashionable models in bright neon shades with color inserts.
Leather gloves for men without fingers, made in white color, look extraordinary and extravagant.
What clothes to wear
The most common option is to wear mitts or glovelets with outerwear. A properly chosen headdress and scarf will create a unique fashionable look.
Men who are not afraid of bold fashion experiments can combine leather fingerless gloves with a sweater, jacket or T-shirt.
If you are an avid rocker or biker, you will definitely love short leather mitts with rivets. Combined with a leather jacket and ripped jeans, they create the brutal look of a real rocker or biker.
Men’s fingerless gloves will undoubtedly make your look original, adding a little brutality to it.Mitts and glovelets are very comfortable and comfortable, making them a necessary and favorite accessory in your wardrobe.90,000 what are they called, what are they for? All types of cut-off gloves, their application, size chart.
Author: Oleg Maltsev
Summary of the article:
Many, probably, paid attention to gloves with cut fingers in clothing stores.They come in different types and from different materials: beautiful lace and leather, woolen and made of mesh. But what is their purpose is not clear to everyone, because they do not really warm their hands, why then wear such? Below we want to talk about fingerless gloves: what they are called, where they are used and what is the difference. So that you know if you need these or whether it is better to buy ordinary ones.
Clothes for hands
Gloves with clipped fingers or mitts (where only the thumb has its hole) and glovelettes (where each finger has its own hole) are not at all an invention of modern fashion designers.When exactly they appeared – no one will say, but the first mentions are found in the early 19th century. Then they were used by peasants to work in the cold on the street.
Later, however, French fashionistas from high society began to wear mitts. They were made for these purposes from thin lace or silk. Ladies decorated their wrists with them when going out to a gala reception, or during everyday walks. It turned out to be very convenient, because you could not remove your favorite rings.
In the 80s of the 20th century, the punk and rock movements became fashionable glovelettes, as they are convenient for playing various musical instruments.Then they were an integral attribute of bikers.
Today, mitts and glovelets are back again, worn by girls who want to look stylish, athletes, military and tourists. Modern designers have a somewhat variety of lineup and now mitts are of three types:
- Regular without fingers;
- With a clip-on mitten;
- Without compartment for palms and fingers – “Tubes”.
Well, the material, length and color are very diverse, depending on the purpose.
Gloveletts for sports
This is a separate category of products, made taking into account the characteristics of the sport in which they will be used. Wear them:
- Racers and cyclists for a comfortable grip on the handlebars and a rigid wrist restraint in case of falls. They also save hands during races in bad weather;
- Mixed martial arts fighters for fist protection.This is a kind of alternative to boxing gloves, they are called shingarts . They have special plastic or rubber pads to soften the impact and better protect the brush. Especially in the area of the joints. Shingarts quickly gained popularity among wrestlers, as they allow them to preserve the motor abilities of the hand, but at the same time they protect it well;
- Fitness People . The use of glovelets seems to be optional here. But even working in the gym can easily injure your hand.Active power loads lead to the formation of calluses, cracks and scratches on the palms. Dirt can easily get into them and then inflammation will begin. This is what gloves are designed to protect against. For these purposes, ordinary models without pads and inserts are suitable, the main thing is that they hold well on the hand.
It is important to be able to choose the right product, otherwise it will rub or fall off and will no longer be able to fully perform its functions.
It is better to choose gloves in a store where you can try them on.First of all, pay attention to the tailoring quality . If it is leather or leatherette, the integrity of the model must be assessed. The fact is that the more pieces are sewn together, the more likely they will come apart at the seams. Prefer things made from one or two pieces. After all, it will sit tightly on the wrist, plus the loads from operation – it can literally fall apart quickly.
And be sure to check if the mitts have special holes or a mesh for ventilation.If not, your palms will sweat great.
If you decide to make a purchase over the Internet, decide on the size. To do this, you need to measure the circumference of the palm of the dominant hand (usually the right one). Take a tailor’s tape and grab your palm in a circle at the widest point (around the bones), compare the result with the table:
Palm circumference (cm)
When taking measurements, use the tailor’s tape firmly, but do not squeeze your hand.
Fingerless leather gloves
Leather models are worn by drivers of cars, motorcycles and bicycles, or people who adhere to a certain style of clothing. They cannot be worn under a lace dress or business suit, they are products for everyday, sports or outdoor use.
When purchasing them in the store, remember that after washing, they may shrink. Therefore, when trying on, you need to choose those that will hold on to your hand a little freely.
What are the advantages of these models?
- They are made from natural materials. It can be the skin of a cow, pig or lamb;
- They do not get wet in wet weather, in cold weather they keep warm well, especially if they have additional insulation;
- Suitable for weightlifters, as they allow the palms not to slip when lifting heavy barbells;
- Much stronger than other models. It is difficult to break them, having hooked on a nail, they do not lose their shape longer.
Modern fashion designers have learned to make extremely elegant leather mitts for girls. They are decorated with rhinestones, bows and flowers. These can be worn under a fur coat or sheepskin coat.
Tactical Fingerless Gloves
And a separate view – tactical glovelettes . They are suitable for military, academic or tourist use. Manufacturers of these models usually do not think about the color and design of the product, they are more concerned with the strength of the material, its water resistance and thermal insulation.The color is taken either ordinary black or camouflage.
These products provide good protection for your hands in all conditions, while allowing you to work with outdoor equipment, weapons and equipment with open fingers. You can buy them in special tourist shops, military shops and tourist departments.
So, now you know almost everything about fingerless gloves: what they are called, where they are used and how to choose. This clothing accessory has a universal purpose and is suitable both for girls to go to the ball, and for wrestlers or military men.Perhaps not every thing can boast of such practicality, therefore mitts and glovelets are very popular today.
Video: Unpacking Fingerless Gloves
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Leather gloves with clipped fingers – MOREREMONTA
Men’s mitts, also commonly called cut or fingerless gloves, are today one of the most favorite types of gloves among men.Basically, men’s mitts are willingly bought and used as automobile gloves, gloves for fishing and hunting, gloves for sports. In recent years, men’s fingerless driving gloves have been especially popular. Made of high-quality natural leather or textile materials, mitts will protect men’s hands and will serve their owner for a long time.
You can buy fashionable men’s fingerless gloves by visiting our StyleGloves online gloves store.
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Feel like a rock’n’roll star wearing stylish fingerless gloves from the Positife store! Smooth with embroidery, studs and rivets, they look very hot! We have presented fashionable winter and summer gloves in different sizes, from different materials, ideal for parties, driving a car or motorcycle.
Cropped toe gloves gained incredible popularity in the 1980s as one of the attributes of the new romance music movement.David Bowie and Duran Duran, who were the flagships of the movement, opted for an aristocratic, artsy style with leather mitts and lace shirts. Billy Idol and Madonna added fire. Then, both teenagers and mature men and women from Moscow to Michigan dreamed of buying elegant fingerless gloves. Today, 80s fashion is back, but getting the item you need is much easier – just visit the Positife rock store!
Check out the coolest selection of men’s and women’s fingerless gloves:
- Tru-rockers – made of soft genuine leather with perforations, rivets, studs, embroidery.They are distinguished by high strength and durability, ideally sit on the hand, do not interfere with doing their usual things;
- automobiles and bikers – they do not have a very noticeable design, simple, concise, very comfortable. In them, your hands will not slip on the steering wheel, you will not be hot;
- in a romantic style – decorated with lace ruffles, decorative ties. They look bold and elegant at the same time, they can become the main detail of the image. Feel free to experiment, they can be worn with either a leather jacket or a cute girlish dress.
Fashionable rocker clothes, footwear and other rock attributes for connoisseurs of style are presented in the “Positif” online store. Cropped toe gloves can be worn not only in clubs and parties, but also in everyday life. They are practically not felt on the hands, because they sit like a second skin. They allow you to use your smartphone and tablet, as well as other touch screen gadgets. Find your leather mitts in our catalog! We have a huge assortment of original accessories for women and men for alternatives at steep prices.
Would you like to buy long or short fingerless gloves with fitting? We are waiting for you in the “Positif” brand store (Moscow, Suschevsky Val, 66).
Leather gloves “without fingers” – photo
Most modern girls use gloves to protect their hands from the cold. It is difficult for them to imagine that once the ladies of a certain stratum of society could not appear in public without gloves. This accessory not only protected hands from sunlight, but also adorned one of the most beautiful parts of a woman’s body.Gloves were embroidered with lace, pearls and precious stones. It is logical that their cost was high, therefore only a select few could wear them.
Elegance replaces coarseness
Gloves are now available to every modern woman. The most popular of all have become leather and insulated gloves for cool days. More recently, it has become fashionable to wear leather fingerless gloves. This trend, taken from the biker days, is again loved by girls.Of course, now these are not the same rough gloves with self-cut finger compartments. Contemporary leather fingerless gloves are created by leading designers. They are adorned with rhinestones with chains, and their role is to decorate women’s arms, not to imitate masculine bikers.
Which leather fingerless gloves are in trend?
Women’s leather fingerless gloves are of two types. The first ones have a separate hole for each finger and expose only their upper part.They are called glovelets. Others are called mitts and are a fully bare-finger glove with a single thumb compartment.
Designers present mitts and glovelets of various styles. A variety of directions and colors will allow you to choose this original accessory for absolutely any type of clothing. These are mainly fingerless gloves made of leather. Depending on the way of execution, they can be worn, both with an evening dress with rhinestones, and with everyday things.
Among the designer creations are snakeskin-effect gloves and more romantic mitts decorated with bows and butterflies.
Glovelettes and mitts can be of different lengths. Short gloves that do not reach the wrist are close to the theme of bikering and are imbued with a rebellious spirit. Decorated with rivets, studs and all kinds of buckles, they are perfect for a women’s leather jacket.
Long fingerless gloves are available in both black and color.Long mitts in various shades are presented in fashion collections. It is good if such an accessory is combined with a branded bag to match.
What are leather fingerless gloves for?
Leather fingerless gloves designed to decorate a woman’s hand. It is customary to wear them on warm days of the cold season, in autumn or spring. Leather mitts are designed to create a touching and sexy image. The combination of smooth leather of good workmanship and velvety well-groomed skin of the hands attracts the eyes of others.In addition, leather mitts and glovelettes are the trend of the current season, which means that by wearing such an accessory, you will certainly declare yourself as a girl keeping up with the times.
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Score: 5 90,779 Review rating: 34 90,780 Date: 22.06.20
The gloves are cool, but it seems that the blue pads won’t last long and will break, but to hell with them, the gloves are comfortable and soft
The gloves turned out to be complete shit * m !! !! The material is declared – leather, in fact, thin garbage, a plastic bag will probably be stronger. The hand is sweating after a long ride, the soft pads are all disheveled.The quality turned out to be terrible. I will open a dispute and return the money !!! 01 Jul 2020 07:13
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Received gloves, at first I really liked them, beautiful, breathable, but after 2 hours of cycling, the whole coating peeled off, very disappointing. Beautiful yes, but they are not usable. I do not advise.
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delivery of the week 3. quality is normal, but a dull feeling that one on M is another on L. at the base of the hand, tobish is not very high quality. but for this price
drove three times and here’s the result.nightmare! 26 Jul 2020 15:07
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Fast delivery recommendation for the seller. Only poor quality of material after 20 km mountainbike parcour its broken on the hand pillows
After 2 times there broken on the hand pillows.
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I order gloves not for the first time, I like everything
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20 Days to the Irkutsk region.The track was tracked all the way. Good quality gloves, very comfortable. Silicone inserts on the palms. Recommend)
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Cool gloves, came quickly. I’ve been riding them for a week now. Bottom material, something like a thin split (thin suede), fabric on top (stretch well). Silicone inserts where necessary, convenient.The only thing on the white fabric is dirt, it gets very dirty, you will have to wash them periodically. And so everything is fine, I like it.
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Delivery shvidka, mittens are very cool, є pads, edges are not chipped, є open, the hand was dying, yakisnі.
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took some more expensive from this supplier and some cheaper, in the end they practically do not differ in anything, maybe only the pads are of a little quality. I took a photo of the inner seams and the material – nothing particularly pleases. In general, if you buy, then handle it very carefully, maybe they will last a bit.
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Les bouts des doigts sont coupé nettes mais pas cousus, dommage jai peur que ca s’effiloche. Sinon bien
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The quality of the materials and materials available. The size is one to one sp_vpadaє with the stated list of sizes.I recommend it before replacement, for a change!
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Delivery to Moscow 16 days. Gloves are good, they will definitely last one season, or maybe more, we’ll see. I like the model, it is comfortable and breathable. I recommend the store, gloves too, deserved 5 points!
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Delivery to Moscow 16 days.