Wiley-X CAG-1 Combat Assault Gloves
Wiley-X CAG-1 Combat Assault Gloves provides superior hand protection without compromising control and finger dexterity.
- TEAM SOLDIER CERTIFIED GEAR - Army Combat Glove List (ACGL) Approved What's This?
- 80% Nomex/20% Kevlar weave
- Flame-resistant treated Goat Leather
- Meets military flame resistance requirement
- Custom designed to match U.S. military uniforms
- Patent pending injection-molded hard knuckle protector
- Superior flame-resistance and cut protection
COLORS: Black, Foliage Green or Tan
WEIGHT: 0.75 lbs.
Posted by Kerr
Amazing dexterity with these gloves but they don't last quite as long as you would expect for how expensive they are.
Posted by Robert
I had these gloves for a month in the field and the stitching was coming out and the knuckle started to break. Would not buy these gloves again. Recommend buying oakley.
Posted by John
My unit used to issue these gloves. They have since changed to another wiley x glove because supply was getting so many of them returned and exchanged. They don't last as long as even a mechanic's glove. It even beats this so called combat glove. I am trying to get the supp o to look at hatch.
Posted by Andrew
I recently purchased these gloves to wear while riding my motorcycle. After a short break-in period (about 3-4 days), these gloves fit my hands very well. I'm able to operate the switchgear on my bike with no difficulty as well as being able to find things in my jeans pockets, adjusting my helmet strap or virtually anything I need to do while riding. I'm also confident in their ability to protect me from abrasion and broken knuckles in the event of an unplanned dismount.
Don'T Waste you're Money
Posted by Harlen
Absolutely the worst set of gloves. had mine for a week and already the stitching is coming out and 2 of my fingers are hanging out of the glove. A few others that i've seen after only three weeks were held together by just a few stitches. And this was not in the field this was just a few times at the range qualifying. The stitching simply does not hold up to standard wear. They were coming apart before the hard work even came. Do yourself a favor and buy hatch gloves or oakley.