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Hatch Specialist Neoprene Gloves
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Hatch Specialist Neoprene Gloves

Hatch Specialist Neoprene Gloves

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Hatch Specialist Neoprene Gloves are ideal for all-weather handgun use and all day wear. The snug, comfortable fit has made them a favorite choice of law enforcement professionals. Also available (#25509) with Thinsulate liner.

  • Constructed of neoprene fabric for comfort, flexibility and warmth
  • Palms made of Synsi-feel synthetic leather for excellent grip and accurate feel
  • Extreme-grip sewn onto palms and fingertips for maximum grip
  • Hook and loop closures with rubber logo cover keep gloves firmly in place
  • Imported

COLOR: Black


Weight: 0.25 lbs.
 

Good at its job!

I use these gloves on patrol when the temperature reaches about 5 degrees celsius or less and then they become my first layer. I like the fact that I get a lot of dexterity, sensitivity and moderate warmth. They held up pretty well so far, my last similar pair was made by Uncle Mike and lasted a year. With these, I just had to repair 4mm of stitching on the index finger and they're still going strong. They show wear and tear but all gloves do. It sometimes bugs me that I have to switch from these to search gloves whenever I have to frisk a suspect. A little cut resistant liner would make it perfect!
Dominic Arseneault - November 20, 2007
awesome

These gloves have a real nice feel. I can feel change in someones front pocket. So far so good
thomas R paton - June 15, 2007
Durability

I wore these gloves 2 times for no more than 5 mins a time before the stiching between the fingers ripped.
Jonathan Nesbitt - February 4, 2007
Dexterity maintained

These gloves are like a wind breaker for your hands. They still have their limits, but in unprictable weather and when the sun goes down, they help maintain body temperature to help keep you on the job during inclimate weather.
Daniel Rodi - March 29, 2006
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