Ironclad Framer Work Gloves FUG, High Dexterity, Performance Fit, Durable, Machine Washable, Sized S, M, L, XL, XXL (1 Pair)
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Framer - Fingerless Dexterity
The Framer offers open finger dexterity on the thumb, index and middle finger while providing outstanding protection and durability for the rest of your hand. This glove offers the rugged protection of Duraclad with dexterity only a fingerless glove can offer. Best uses include but are not limited to framing, carpentry, electrical set-up, rigging, trigger control for power tools & weapons.
Ironclad Framer Utility Glove
Duraclad reinforcements – Patented Palm Design
Duraclad reinforced saddle, palm, thumb and fingers for ultimate durability. Duraclad provides 8x more durability than normal synthetic leather. The patented palm design provides excellent dexterity.
Thermoplastic Knuckle Protection
The Ironclad logo across the knuckles is made of thermoplastic rubber that protects the knuckles from impact and abrasion.
Thermoplastic Cuff Puller - Hybrid Cuff System
The thermoplastic cuff puller allows the operator to get the glove in the proper position faster. Secure fit with built in quick release safety feature.
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|Palm Material||Synthetic Leather||Synthetic Leather||Synthetic Leather||Synthetic Leather||Goatskin Leather|
|Palm Construction||Duraclad Reinforcements||Synthetic Leather Reinforcements||Duraclad Reinforcements||Silicone Fused||Grain Goat Leather Padded Palm|
|Sizes Available||S - XXL||XS - XXL||S - XXL||S - XXL||S - XXXL|
|Knuckle Protection||Thermoplastic Rubber||Thermoplastic Rubber||Thermoplastic Rubber||Neoprene||Thermoplastic Rubber|
|Terry Cloth Thumb Sweat Wipe||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Breathable Back of Hand||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Full Finger Glove||✓||✓||✓||✓|
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Caring for your Ironclad Gloves
For extended durability and comfort, machine wash and hang dry your Ironclad gloves on a regular basis. Machine wash cool. Do not use bleach, machine dry or use an iron on Ironclad gloves. Air drying is recommended in order to keep the size consistent with its original form from time of purchase.
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By far, these Ironclad FRAMER (3 exposed fingers) gloves, have lasted the longest for me.
The one caveat is that the additional layer on the palm comes apart fairly quickly. But it doesn't matter! There is still another layer under it. But that's not what exposes my hand to injury. It's the fingers coming apart at the seams that always ruins a pair of gloves for me.
I usually get 3 months, if I stretch it, out of a pair of gloves. I easily get 6 months out of these on average. Sure, there are rare occasions where something drastic shortens the life of any glove. But we're talking about it NOT being the crappy material or shoddy construction right from the manufacturer.
As for the other's I've tried: IRWIN (2nd best), Custom Leathercraft, Youngstown, Handyman, CLC, Mechanix, along with the standards from HomeDepot and Lowe's.
As a point of preference- these gloves end prior to my wrist. The CLCs went up onto my wrist, which I did not like. Neither Velcro lasted, but I didn't care about that.
I'm a remodel contractor, always wear my gloves. So that's 8 he's or more per day