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    1. Ironclad CCT-04-L Tundra Cold
    $28.49
    2. Ironclad CCG-04-L Zero Plus Cold
    $23.74
    3. Ironclad BHG-03-M Box Handler
    $24.69
    4. Ironclad HUG-04-LHeavy Utility
    $21.84
    5. Ironclad GUG-04-L General Utility
    $24.69
    6. Ironclad FUG-04-L Framer's Gloves,
    $33.24
    7. Ironclad GTA-03-M GripTec Advantage,
    $33.24
    8. Ironclad GTA-04-L GripTec Advantage,
    $18.99
    9. Ironclad WEG-24-L Evolution Women's
    $33.24
    10. Ironclad GTS-03-M GripTec Striker,
    $47.49
    11. Ironclad CCT-02-S Tundra Cold
    $21.84
    12. Ironclad WEG-22-S Evolution Women's
    $33.24
    13. Ironclad GTA-05-XL GripTec Advantage,
    $33.24
    14. Ironclad GTS-04-L GripTec Striker,
    $29.99
    15. Ironclad WFA-04-L WorkForce Advanced
    $18.99
    16. Ironclad CCO-04-L Cold Condition
    $21.84
    17. Ironclad WWX-04-L Wrenchworx Gloves,
    $58.89
    18. Ironclad EDG-04-L Extreme Duty
    $21.84
    19. Ironclad WWX-03-M Wrenchworx Gloves,
    $58.89
    20. Ironclad EDG-03-M Extreme Duty

    1. Ironclad CCT-04-L Tundra Cold Condition Gloves, Large
    by Ironclad
    Tools & Hardware (15 September, 2003)
    list price: $59.99 -- our price: $47.49
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0000CCXV4
    Sales Rank: 7561
    Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • Advanced wrist closure keeps the elements out and the heat in
    • Totally water and wind proof with Ironclad CryoFlex insulation system
    • Excellent grip in wet and dry conditions
    • Washable--breathable--form fitting--durable
    • DuPont kevlar knuckle protection

    Reviews (4)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Ironclad Tundra Gloves
    These are the best cold weather gloves you can get..they are worth every penny that you pay for them...as a material handler who works out in the elements, these are the best glove to have on your hands in the cold weather..the dexterity is excellent and I've had to take them off in the winter in the freezing weather because my hands got too hot! One downside is that once these get wet inside, they stay wet.....

    4-0 out of 5 stars Good Gloves
    I recenly bought thes gloves to make my winter work easier.So far I have not been disappointed.I poured concrete with them and theyproved to be waterproof on the clean up.They protect against the cold better than I expected.Combines the warmth of a good winter glove and the toughness Ironclad is famos for.

    5-0 out of 5 stars GREAT buy, worthy product!
    I bought the tundra to work outside, doing heavy labor out here on the east coast during the snow storm. They were totally worth every penny. These gloves kept my hands warm and stood up to hours of abuse. These guys definitely know what they are doing. I've seen companies copy their look, but don't be fooled. Their function is second best. I love Ironclad and recommend them to everyone. I tried Youngstown once because they were cheaper and well, you know the saying, "You get what you pay for." My hands are worth more. ... Read more

    Subjects:  1. Safety Equipment    2. Gloves    3. Work Wear    4. Clothing   


    2. Ironclad CCG-04-L Zero Plus Cold Condition Glove, Large
    by Ironclad
    Tools & Hardware
    list price: $32.79 -- our price: $28.49
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00004WZSL
    Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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    Editorial Review

    Ironclad has given hands a new lease with their high-tech approach to glove design. Ironclad gloves are made to protect workers' hands better than other work gloves, without feeling clumsy the way so many work gloves can. The first thing we noticed about these gloves is that they're tailored to fit the natural curve hands have in a resting position, rather than being cut straight, so when the hand isn't working, it can actually relax without the glove pulling the fingers in an uncomfortable direction. The palm of this general-utility glove is made of Amara, a synthetic material that mimics the resilience, grip, and comfort of suede while remaining machine-washable and resistant to water damage. High-wear areas are reinforced with thicker pads of this same material to add to the gloves' durability. The fingertips are also reinforced, yet we had no problem with dexterous tasks like picking up coins. We also like the cut of the cuff on these gloves. It comes in tight to the wrist to prevent dirt or other materials from pouring in. Why so many other gloves have gaping cuff designs is a mystery. While the gloves themselves won't be damaged by water, they won't keep your hands dry for long if you're working in really wet conditions. But that can be said of most work gloves, and everything considered, Ironclad gloves are some of the toughest, most comfortable, and easiest-to-work-in gloves we've tried. --Brian Trinen ... Read more

    Features

    • Machine washable/ air dry
    • Water and wind resistant
    • Keeps hands warm in cold temperatures
    • Glove provides maximum dexterity and breathability
    • Durability that matches its performance

    Reviews (13)

    4-0 out of 5 stars Best gloves I've used.
    The best thing about them is the way they fit, like a glove -so to speak.Perfect for working in cold but dry conditions.The stiching started coming undone after about 3 months of constant use of outdoor and indoor carpentry work.The only thing I don't like is the price.None the less, at one pair a winter and untill I find a better type I'll keep buying these over the compitition.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Nice gloves
    These gloves fit great. I also purchased the True grip Insulated gloves and the Ironclad are MUCH better (although more expensive).

    2-0 out of 5 stars not gloves for work, not gloves for the cold
    These gloves aren't the worst I've ever had, but they're really not up to the rigors of outdoor work in cold climates.Wet snow seeps right through thematerial.And if it's raining, forget it.Your hands will be wet and numb with cold in minutes.And to top it off, they smell musty and mildewy -- eeew!I'm still looking for a decent pair of outdoor work gloves, so I'd love to hear some suggestions. ... Read more


    3. Ironclad BHG-03-M Box Handler Gloves, Medium
    by Ironclad
    Tools & Hardware
    list price: $26.30 -- our price: $23.74
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00004WZRJ
    Sales Rank: 5100
    Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • Machine washable, air dry
    • Spandex upper takes heat and moisture away from the hand
    • Man-made leather palm is reinforced in the excessive wear areas
    • Double stitched for added durability
    • You can wear the glove the entire day without ever having to take it off

    Reviews (6)

    1-0 out of 5 stars Gloves wore out in less than a week
    I also work for a major delivery company in the distribution center. Granted, we handle a huge number of boxes (over 1,000 per hour), but these gloves wore out in less than a week. The first two days the gloves performed wonderfully and made my job easier, but on the third day the rubber coating began to wear off. By the end of day four, the smooth leather was showing through. By the end of day five, the fingertips were all bare of the rubber coating and the terry cloth sweat wipe was starting to fail. If you're only handling a small number of packages, then maybe these will work for you. Otherwise, you might want to wait until Ironclad issues their new version, which is supposed to be a box handler glove for those that actually handle boxes for a living. For now, I didn't think the money was at all well spent considering I only got one week of use.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Ironclad Box Handler - Large
    Excellent grip, comfortable to wear.I use it for carpentry, work on my car, and shotgunning.The towel-like thumb works well to take sweat off the face in warm conditions.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Its Jan 14, 2002 and I have not recieved my gloves yet
    Its Jan 14, 2002 and I have not recieved my gloves yet
    Its Jan 14, 2002 and I have not recieved my gloves yet
    Its Jan 14, 2002 and I have not recieved my gloves yet
    Its Jan 14, 2002 and I have not recieved my gloves yet
    Its Jan 14, 2002 and I have not recieved my gloves yet
    Its Jan 14, 2002 and I have not recieved my gloves yet
    Its Jan 14, 2002 and I have not recieved my gloves yet
    Its Jan 14, 2002 and I have not recieved my gloves yet
    Its Jan 14, 2002 and I have not recieved my gloves yet ... Read more

    Subjects:  1. Work Wear    2. Clothing    3. Gloves   


    4. Ironclad HUG-04-LHeavy Utility Gloves, Large
    by Ironclad
    Tools & Hardware
    list price: $32.90 -- our price: $24.69
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00004XOHB
    Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
    US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan

    Editorial Review

    Ironclad has given hands a new lease with their high-tech approach to glove design. Ironclad gloves are made to protect workers' hands better than other work gloves, without feeling clumsy the way so many work gloves can. The first thing we noticed about these gloves is that they're tailored to fit the natural curve hands have in a resting position, rather than being cut straight, so when the hand isn't working, it can actually relax without the glove pulling the fingers in an uncomfortable direction. The palm of this general-utility glove is made of Amara, a synthetic material that mimics the resilience, grip, and comfort of suede while remaining machine-washable and resistant to water damage. High-wear areas are reinforced with tough DuraClad fabric, making these the toughest-grip gloves we've ever worn. The fingertips are also reinforced, yet we had no problem with dexterous tasks like picking up coins. We also like the cut of the cuff on these gloves. It comes in tight to the wrist to prevent dirt or other materials from pouring in. Why so many other gloves have gaping cuff designs is a mystery. While the gloves themselves won't be damaged by water, they won't keep your hands dry for long if you're working in really wet conditions. But that can be said of most work gloves, and everything considered, Ironclad gloves are some of the toughest, most comfortable, and easiest-to-work-in gloves we've tried. --Brian Trinen ... Read more

    Features

    • Size Large
    • For abrasive applications
    • DuraClad reinforced palm and fingertips
    • Machine washable/ air dry

    Reviews (35)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Don't Lose Your "FEEL"
    These gloves fit tight to the skin while increasing your grip and providing some protection.The key here is to wear the right glove for the job.If I am handling something sharp, I'll wear something heavier than these.Perhaps the only flaw is in the labeling that these are Heavy Utility.

    I've been using these as a general work glove for a year now and love the fact that I still have some "feel" with these.I plan on picking up the framer style for situations that require more finger dexterity.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Can't go without them!!!
    My gloves (Ironclad IC-0300GRBYU-S) that I have had and used regularly since 2000, have grown legs and walked off!!!I can't believe it.After almost 5 years of use, they leave me!!!

    So I am buying another pair just like them.I have used the gloves a lot and they stand up to to anything.Highly recommended.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Fits like a glove!
    I was the first to try these gloves out now everyone in our crew uses them and now so does the loading dock/mail room. We don't do any really heavey construction so for us they work out well. Even the terry cloth on the top side of the thumb comes in handy to wipe the sweat from the brow. My first 2 pairs fit fine and were great. My 3rd pair had some glue on the inside holding down the thread which rubbed against my palm and was quite bothersome but it wore and before long I didn't even notice it. I have used these for minor construction to working on equipment with small screws. Even if your hands get soaking wet the gloves still fit well where a full leather glove has a tendacy to stretch and want to fall off. I am ordering 10 more pairs right now! ... Read more

    Subjects:  1. Safety Equipment    2. Gloves    3. Work Wear    4. Clothing   


    5. Ironclad GUG-04-L General Utility Gloves, Large
    by Ironclad
    Tools & Hardware
    list price: $28.00 -- our price: $21.84
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00004XOH8
    Sales Rank: 968
    Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • Machine washable/ air dry
    • Size Large
    • For non-abrasive applications
    • Protected knuckle area
    • Reinforced palm and fingertips

    Reviews (15)

    4-0 out of 5 stars Never bin a big fan of gloves, but
    These glove have changed my mind.Very good dexterity.I am no longer a full time tradesman, and I can't afford to have my hands in the shape they were in when I was in the field.I do more sales then work in the field, and I have developed "office hands".These gloves have saved me more than once when I have to go back in the field.I recently re-shingled my house and wore the gloves from start to finish.No calluses, no tar under the nails, and best of all I had skin on my finger tips at the end of the job.The gloves did take a beating, and I don't think they would make it thru another 15 square, but they fared much better than a pair of brown jerseys would have.A litte tattered and a blown seam or two, but the finger tips stayed on and no holes.They are a little pricey and if they were priced at around $12 to $14, I'd feel that they would be more in line with what I like to spend, but my hands are glad I made the investment.Somebody who uses them everyday will be going thru too many pairs in a year and at the price they are now you would be spend a good bit of your hard earned cash. But price them at $12 bucks and suppliers would not be able to keep'em in stock.

    5-0 out of 5 stars IronClad for Years Now
    I have had these gloves for at least 4 or 5 years.They have held up great with medium use.I will use these gloves because they are tough and not bulky at all.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Great gloves, so far.Feel good, look good.
    Only had them for a full workweek so far.Delivery driver.Great palm and fingertip feel, and I can do all the things I need to do in them (DIAD).Great X cross grip on the palm, the terrycloth part over the thumb is good for keeping the sweat out of your eyes.And the back is a light spandex mesh.Now if only they can last.Week one: just broken in.If they last a month I'll get another pair.When people ask where you got your gloves, you know they look good. ... Read more

    Subjects:  1. Safety Equipment    2. Gloves    3. Work Wear    4. Clothing   


    6. Ironclad FUG-04-L Framer's Gloves, Large
    by Ironclad
    Tools & Hardware
    list price: $34.20 -- our price: $24.69
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00004XOHE
    Sales Rank: 1117
    Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • Machine washable/ air dry
    • Size Large
    • Short-3 finger design
    • Dexterous
    • DuraClad reinforced palm

    Reviews (19)

    1-0 out of 5 stars don't be fooled, these gloves suck!
    after three weeks of purchase, wearing them for only 3 1/2 days of continuous use, the stiching started to come apart. these gloves are a complete waste of money. i normally buy the blue vinyl gloves and they last 4-6 months of continuous use, unless i abuse them or use in a circumstance i know will tear them. but better the gloves than the hand. with the blue vinyl gloves, i can pick up a washer on a concrete slab. i've also bought leather gloves for 11.00 and cut off the fingers i use most often, just like the ironclad gloves offer. leather feels better than the ironclad. these gloves are just a gimic-gadget, not a quality, durable product, at least that has been my personal experience.

    3-0 out of 5 stars Contractor's Use
    These gloves are durable for the first month as long as the don't get wet - then they shrink like O.J.'s gloves did. I have found that in handling OSB or other sheathing that the material is not quite capable of stopping the smallest of splinters from piercing your hand through the glove either. Aside from having to spend $25 a month to replace your gloves, one good aspect their ability to grip materials or help you hang onto a new roof loaded with sawdust...

    The Makita gloves are far superior - just not skin tight.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Could use better thread, BUT...
    This is my third pair of Ironclads. I had a pair of general use gloves that served me well and I have a pair of Extreme Cold gloves that worked INCREDIBLY well while installing 108' of porch railings and balusters in 10 degree cold last January. I am not a pro but doa lot of volunteer carpentry and personal work on my house and a summer lake house, both are 100+ years old so they keep me busy. My current pair of framer's gloves have been fantastic. I have been using them for about 6 months and have washed them 2 or 3 times. I have built decks, installed 900 sq ft of bamboo flooring (beautiful stuff but you can get INSIDIOUSLY NASTY splinters from it if you are not wearing gloves!), framed doors and windows and repaired/reglazed and rehung 10 sixteen pane windows, each 6 ft tall and the gloves are still going strong. There is some thread fraying going on but all seams are still intact. Ironclad does need to come up with a better thread, but I am very satisfied with the value of these gloves. I would have worn through the fingertips of 2 or 3 pair of leather gloves by now, not to mention the grief of having to take them off frequently to pick things up or do tasks requiring touch and dexterity. Its hard to imagine going back to leather now. ... Read more

    Subjects:  1. Safety Equipment    2. Gloves    3. Work Wear    4. Clothing   


    7. Ironclad GTA-03-M GripTec Advantage, Medium
    by Ironclad
    Tools & Hardware (31 January, 2003)
    list price: $39.99 -- our price: $33.24
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00008AJSW
    Sales Rank: 9744
    Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • Machine washable / air dry
    • Size Medium
    • Provides maximum dexterity
    • Full knuckle padding
    • gReptile reinforced palm and finger

    Reviews (1)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Ironclad GTA-03-M Griptec Advantage Gloves
    I'm not sure if I've proven all the hype about this new product or not. Ironclad makes a heck of a product.But, to use these gloves and get theGripTec Advantage, the 3M GripTec stuff has to be on your tool also. So, you have the expense of the gloves AND an additional outlay to equip all your hammers, etc (I use hammers as an example because that seems to be the target of utilizing this product according to all the advertising).

    What this product does do:
    You do get a better grip on tool handles. 300% I don't know though.
    There is some relief from vibration ie smacking a hammer on a nail.
    This DOES help turning screwdrivers. Just make sure the tool surface is TOTALLY oil and dirt free when applying the GripTec to it.
    What I'm unsure that this product does:
    I don't suffer from Carpenter's Elbow which this product is suppose to relieve. My hand doesn't feel as fatigued at the end of a hammering session though (another claim of the product).
    This would get REALLY expensive to apply to every tool in your arsenal as a say an auto mechanic. Screwdrivers, wrenches, etc
    I suspect that any "nailbender" who's been around awhile has already ruined elbows. I don't think this product corrects any previous damage.

    Ironclad makes quality products. I just don't know YET if the extra money is worth it or if this is another gimmick.

    So far though, other than my concerns above, I'm happy with this product. It grips, and it protects your hands like a regular everyday glove.
    John Row ... Read more

    Subjects:  1. Work Wear    2. Clothing    3. Gloves   


    8. Ironclad GTA-04-L GripTec Advantage, Large
    by Ironclad
    Tools & Hardware (31 January, 2003)
    list price: $39.99 -- our price: $33.24
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00008AJSX
    Sales Rank: 3177
    Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • Machine washable / air dry
    • Size Large
    • Provides maximum dexterity
    • Full knuckle padding
    • gReptile reinforced palm and finger

    Reviews (1)

    4-0 out of 5 stars great value for a well made glove
    i work with many tools and materials on the job and many times in inclement weather. i purchased these gloves for the 'gripping power' they offered and for a layer of protection. first and foremost, the g-reptile gripping material is made of a sort of rubber hair-like material that has been shaved down to produce grip. the stuff worked great until i tried to loosen a round plastic assembly by hand and the rubber dots turned into smooth rubber. but then it's really made to be mated with the 'gripping material' you are supposed to put on your tools and stuff. but as for the rest... the glove fits extremely well, is well made, looks great, is somewhat heat and weather resistant and so far hasn't lost any of its double stitched seams. the synthetic materials used are all good and placed appropriately to afford the comfort and flexibility factors. for the money i don't think i couldn've choosen a better glove. ... Read more

    Subjects:  1. Work Wear    2. Clothing    3. Gloves   


    9. Ironclad WEG-24-L Evolution Women's Glove, Large
    by Ironclad
    Tools & Hardware
    list price: $22.99 -- our price: $18.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B000093S94
    Sales Rank: 3831
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    Features

    • Size Large
    • For non-abrasive applications
    • Designed for the contours of a woman's hand
    • Advanced Touch Technology provides superior touching sensation

    Subjects:  1. Safety Equipment    2. Gloves    3. Work Wear    4. Clothing    5. Landscaping Tools    6. Clothing & Gear   


    10. Ironclad GTS-03-M GripTec Striker, Medium
    by Ironclad
    Tools & Hardware (31 January, 2003)
    list price: $39.99 -- our price: $33.24
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00008AJSZ
    Sales Rank: 7191
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    Features

    • Machine washable / air dry
    • Size Medium
    • Where increased grip is neccesary
    • Short 3 finger design
    • gReptile reinforced palm and finger

    Subjects:  1. Work Wear    2. Clothing    3. Gloves   


    11. Ironclad CCT-02-S Tundra Cold Condition Gloves, Small
    by Ironclad
    Tools & Hardware (15 September, 2003)
    list price: $59.99 -- our price: $47.49
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0000CCXV2
    Sales Rank: 17382
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    Features

    • Totally water and wind proof w/ Ironclad CryoFlex insulation system
    • Excellent grip in wet and dry conditions
    • Washable--breathable--form fitting--durable
    • DuPont kevlar knuckle protection
    • Advanced wrist closure keeps the elements out and the heat in

    Subjects:  1. Safety Equipment    2. Gloves    3. Work Wear    4. Clothing   


    12. Ironclad WEG-22-S Evolution Women's Glove, Small
    by Ironclad
    Tools & Hardware
    list price: $22.99 -- our price: $21.84
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B000093S91
    Sales Rank: 7170
    Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • Size Small
    • For non-abrasive applications
    • Designed for the contours of a woman's hand
    • Advanced Touch Technology provides superior touching sensation

    Reviews (1)

    3-0 out of 5 stars No substite for the Wonen's Utility
    Ironclad makes great gloves, and these are no exception.The problem is in the fit. Ironclad's old women's fit gloves,the Women's Utility (no longer available), were amazing. I went through two pairs a year doing barn chores, gardening, and hauling firewood. The fingers of these new gloves are significantly longer,leaving half-inch flaps at the ends of my fingers--just like most gloves, but not Ironclad's old women's fit.If you've got long fingers, these are great gloves. If, like me, you need gloves made for short fingers (a lot of women), keep looking. ... Read more

    Subjects:  1. Safety Equipment    2. Gloves    3. Work Wear    4. Clothing    5. Landscaping Tools    6. Clothing & Gear   


    13. Ironclad GTA-05-XL GripTec Advantage, X-Large
    by Ironclad
    Tools & Hardware (31 January, 2003)
    list price: $39.99 -- our price: $33.24
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00008AJSY
    Sales Rank: 8200
    Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • Machine washable / air dry
    • Size Extra Large
    • Provides maximum dexterity
    • Full knuckle padding
    • gReptile reinforced palm and finger

    Reviews (1)

    4-0 out of 5 stars Protect your hands
    These gloves work very well in protecting your hands from wood splinters and dust.I got these gloves because the wood dust was completely drying out my hands and with these gloves I don't have to worry about.Unlike traditional leather gloves, you don't have to remove these gloves to do small work - I can write, pick up screws, etc.. without taking off my gloves.
    I gave them four stars instead of five because after three months of heavy use some of the stitching is coming off.At this point it is mostly cosmetic but I worry about the long run. ... Read more

    Subjects:  1. Work Wear    2. Clothing    3. Gloves   


    14. Ironclad GTS-04-L GripTec Striker, Large
    by Ironclad
    Tools & Hardware (31 January, 2003)
    list price: $39.99 -- our price: $33.24
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00008AJT0
    Sales Rank: 13585
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    Features

    • Machine washable / air dry
    • Size Large
    • Where increased grip is neccesary
    • Short 3 finger design
    • gReptile reinforced palm and finger

    Subjects:  1. Work Wear    2. Clothing    3. Gloves   


    15. Ironclad WFA-04-L WorkForce Advanced Touch Gloves, Large
    by Ironclad
    Tools & Hardware (15 September, 2003)
    list price: $22.99 -- our price: $29.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0000CCXV9
    Sales Rank: 16182
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    Features

    • Washable--breathable--form fitting--durable
    • Roll top--advanced touch technology
    • Double stitched palm pads
    • Rubberized knuckle protection
    • Cowboy cuff wrist protection

    Subjects:  1. Safety Equipment    2. Gloves    3. Work Wear    4. Clothing   


    16. Ironclad CCO-04-L Cold Condition Safety Orange, Large
    by Ironclad
    Tools & Hardware (31 January, 2003)
    list price: $37.99 -- our price: $18.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00008AJT3
    Sales Rank: 9193
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    Features

    • Machine washable / air dry
    • Protect hands from wind, rain, and cold while allowing total dexterity, breathability, and durability
    • Clarino water resistant synthetic leather palm, reinforced non-slip-grip Clarino palm pads, and a neoprene cuff closure that helps prevent the elements from reaching your hand
    • Pulls heat and perspiration from your hand while resisting the entry of water and wind
    • Glove provides maximum dexterity and breathability

    Subjects:  1. Work Wear    2. Clothing    3. Gloves   


    17. Ironclad WWX-04-L Wrenchworx Gloves, Large
    by Ironclad
    Tools & Hardware (15 September, 2003)
    list price: $25.99 -- our price: $21.84
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0000CCXV0
    Sales Rank: 6251
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    Features

    • Washable--breathable--form fitting--durable
    • Teflon coated palm--like your pots and pans, nothing sticks
    • Reinforced palm with clarino synthetic leather
    • Terry cloth sweat wipe--thirsty thumb
    • Low profile airprene knuckle protection

    Subjects:  1. Safety Equipment    2. Gloves    3. Work Wear    4. Clothing   


    18. Ironclad EDG-04-L Extreme Duty Glove, Large
    by Ironclad
    Tools & Hardware (15 February, 2003)
    list price: $69.99 -- our price: $58.89
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00008AJSU
    Sales Rank: 11832
    Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • "The toughest glove on the planet"
    • Great for masonry, search & rescue, heavy demolition, auto extrication
    • Extreme protection on knuckles and fingertips
    • Reinforced 1-piece rubber molded palm
    • Machine washable, air dry

    Reviews (1)

    3-0 out of 5 stars thrilled, yet dissapointed.
    i am a ups worker. when it comes to work, i need a high amount of grip and abrasion resistance. to me, this was it. so i bought it, and it was 70 percent of what i was looking for.

    many people in the industry know that material handling needs are mostly in the fingertips. i am looking for a glove that wears and acts like a shoe. i come in contact with alot of items and my fingertips are required for alot of the work. but unfortunately it turns out that this glove could not hold up to its claims.

    for one, the fingertips had the least amout of grip. and that is where i need the most grip. but i was ok with that. that is not bad after all, because the gloves were giving me all that extra ummph that i needed to preform my best.

    two, the rubber molding began to fall apart. but this was in one glove. now they are no use to me.

    i am going to get my money back. or perferrably, get another pair. i am dissapointed with this as i wanted it so badly, but ok, one of the gloves managed to stay together. so maybe the next pair will stick. ... Read more

    Subjects:  1. Work Wear    2. Clothing    3. Gloves   


    19. Ironclad WWX-03-M Wrenchworx Gloves, Medium
    by Ironclad
    Tools & Hardware (15 September, 2003)
    list price: $25.99 -- our price: $21.84
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00004WZS4
    Sales Rank: 9797
    Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • Washable--breathable--form fitting--durable
    • Teflon coated palm--like your pots and pans, nothing sticks
    • Reinforced palm with clarino synthetic leather
    • Terry cloth sweat wipe--thirsty thumb
    • Low profile airprene knuckle protection

    Reviews (2)

    4-0 out of 5 stars The best I've ever worn.Could be better, though
    As a theatre technician, I often have to work with hot lighting equipmentwood, rope, and just about any other construction substance you could think of.I bought the Ironclad Wrenchworx gloves on the recomendation of a friend, and I'm very glad I have.These gloves have saved me from numerous cuts and burns in the month since I bought them.The double layered palm enables me to handle even the hottest lighting fixtures for limited times, and the terry cloth upper to the thumb is a life-saver when focusing these instruments.I've worn them for hours without removing them, all because of the spandex upper.They have a natural hand shape that makes them comfortable to wear and easy to work in.
    I've only got two complaints.First, the double stitching doesn't double back on itself, like most clothing stitching does, so they've started to fray a bit in a couple of places.Second, I was unable to find a sizing guide anywhere on the web, so I ordered a size medium based on my own glove size.When they arrived, they were just a bit large for me, and had I to do it again, I would get a small this time around.

    4-0 out of 5 stars The best I've ever worn.Could be better, though
    As a theatre technician, I often have to work with hot lighting equipmentwood, rope, and just about any other construction substance you could think of.I bought the Ironclad Wrenchworx gloves on the recomendation of a friend, and I'm very glad I have.These gloves have saved me from numerous cuts and burns in the month since I bought them.The double layered palm enables me to handle even the hottest lighting fixtures for limited times, and the terry cloth upper to the thumb is a life-saver when focusing these instruments.I've worn them for hours without removing them, all because of the spandex upper.They have a natural hand shape that makes them comfortable to wear and easy to work in.
    I've only got two complaints.First, the double stitching doesn't double back on itself, like most clothing stitching does, so they've started to fray a bit in a couple of places.Second, I was unable to find a sizing guide anywhere on the web, so I ordered a size medium based on my own glove size.When they arrived, they were just a bit large for me, and had I to do it again, I would get a small this time around. ... Read more

    Subjects:  1. Work Wear    2. Clothing    3. Gloves   


    20. Ironclad EDG-03-M Extreme Duty Glove, Medium
    by Ironclad
    Tools & Hardware (15 February, 2003)
    list price: $69.99 -- our price: $58.89
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00008AJST
    Sales Rank: 15608
    US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan

    Features

    • Machine washable / air dry
    • Size Medium
    • For extreme applications
    • Extreme protection on knuckles and fingertips
    • Reinforced 1-piece rubber molded palm

    Subjects:  1. Work Wear    2. Clothing    3. Gloves   


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