Mechanix Wear – MultiCam M-Pact Tactical Gloves (Large, Camouflage)

July 22, 2018 - Comment

Blend in. The M-Pact with MultiCam transitional camouflage features a Thermoplastic Rubber (TPR) knuckle guard and dedicated finger guards to reduce impact and abrasion injuries in the field. The dual-layer internal fingertip construction reinforces the thumb and index finger for improved abrasion resistance, while the embossed fingertip pattern improves feel and overall dexterity. D3O palm

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(as of December 10, 2018 3:45 pm GMT - Details)

Blend in. The M-Pact with MultiCam transitional camouflage features a Thermoplastic Rubber (TPR) knuckle guard and dedicated finger guards to reduce impact and abrasion injuries in the field. The dual-layer internal fingertip construction reinforces the thumb and index finger for improved abrasion resistance, while the embossed fingertip pattern improves feel and overall dexterity. D3O palm padding absorbs and dissipates high-impact energy through the palm when you’re fully engaged so you can maintain your focus.

Comments

Smitty says:

Seriously awesome gloves I love these gloves! I had a pair of Oakley gloves that I picked up and took through pre-deployment training (military). They ripped on day one. I was pissed because they were $80 and supposed to be awesome. I had these in my bag and slipped them on. They took a beating and had no issues with tears or rips.The padding on the palms was a life saver as well as the padding on the knuckles. No, they aren’t carbon fiber but they protected my hands through multiple buildings, rocks, and getting in and out of tactical vehicles. The little “grippers” on the index finger wore off pretty quickly but we did a lot of shooting and I didn’t really expect it to stick around.I picked up a second pair before shipping out just in case these wore out. The first pair made it all the way through the deployment and now I have a second set I can keep in my truck. Awesome gloves!

Matthew S. Carpenter says:

Surprised by how well they held up. Wonderful protective gloves, new design improves upon the old one ever so slightly.A tip for other owners, buy some “McNett SeamGrip” and rub it on all the stitching, let dry. then add a coat to the pads of all the digits, this will greatly extend the usable life of the gloves.I mostly use mine for running any kind of heavy tools or equipment where I want to minimize the amount of shock that is transferred to my hands and lower arms, but I can also see them working well as both a mechanic’s glove and for use by someone in the military/Law Enforcement fields.

Just a dude reviewing stuff says:

Nice gloves, run a bit BIG, go with a smaller size in my opinon I ordered Xtra Large being 6’1″ tall that usually fits my needs. However each finger had an extra ⅛ to ¼ inch in the tips of the fingers. The build quality is superb and I would buy again for the price. The loop to pull the gloves on is sewn in and very sturdy, I feel that these could last a long time with light duty use. I would not recommend these for someone working with corse materials like concrete since they just don’t have the type of thick leather. These are more for shooting guns, and working around the house or in the garage. Just consider getting a pair maybe a size smaller than you usually would.

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