True Trade Tactical Hardknuckle Gloves - True Trade
True Trade Tactical Hardknuckle Gloves
Average Rating: Average Rating: 4 Stars
Description

Hard polymer knuckle protection for your next field mission.
User Reviews
True Trade Tactical Gloves
Rating: 5.0 Stars
I purchased these gloves to have ready in my 3 day pack for search and rescue. I used in sub freezing temps., in land navigation in rough terrane. They were comfortable kept my hands warm and held together. When at home I used to stack a cord of oak firewood, to my amazement they never failed and protected my hands. Best money ever spent for this type of use of glove. Still intact and ready to go.
mulderick@atlanticbb.net - November 4, 2010

Good enough for Gov'ment work
Rating: 4.0 Stars
Had these for about a year, only a month of which was hard STX training. the ACU pattern isnt quite right, but noone has given me grief for it. Cheap for hard knuckle gloves, they only show moderate wear and still get the job done. Not at all water resistant, or cold resistant, they'll get soaked through and then your hands'll freeze, best for warmer weather. they fit comfortably like a second skin and while the palm provides only a little grip you can write fine with it on.
Sean - March 21, 2010

They will work
Rating: 5.0 Stars
Bought these gloves thinking they would match the color of my ACU's because that is how it appears in the pcture but they are alot lighter colored. They work great but look very faded as farr as color goes.
Eric - December 4, 2009

Worked for a little while.
Rating: 2.0 Stars
Although they look nice and feel good on your hands they cannot withstand combat training, let a lone actual combat. They come apart at the seams around the fingers, palm, and web between the thumb and forefinger. Had for about 2 weeks in training before they started to fall apart.
William - September 11, 2009

Outstanding gloves
Rating: 5.0 Stars
I'm very pleased with this glove. It fits great, it's very light, and the price is cheap for the quality your getting.
Brian - February 10, 2009