Better than Hatch for less money
I like these gloves a lot more than Hatch gloves and they cost less. Hatch are made really tight and the fingertips wear out prematurely. These are made a little more loosly, and are more durable as a result. Also, these have a better lining and your hands stay warmer. I use these in fall and in winter for driving and shooting. When it's really cold out, I wear these under a pair of bulkier leather insulated gloves. When I need to do fine detail operations, I still have good gloves. I often shoot in F-class and M1 competitions during the winter time.
Felicia - October 5, 2010