CLC 定制皮革承包商 XtraCoverage Flex Grip 工作手套 中 多色 160M
- Clarino 合成皮革坚韧、柔软舒适，不缩水、拉伸和硬化
- Clarino 指节提供缓冲垫
- 压花 PVC 手掌垫具有出色的抓地力和耐用性
Custom leathercraft Contractor XtraCoverage Flex Grip Work Medium Glove. Our Contractor XC gloves are the perfect blend of durability and comfort with our XtraCoverage abrasion resistant palm, spandex back, padded knuckles and cuff. XtraCoverage palm is reinforced for added abrasion resistance and better grip. Full neoprene cuff with medical grade hook & loop closure and textured pull-on tab. Terry-wipe thumb helps gently remove sweat or debris from face. Padded fingers and knuckles for protection against bumps. Stretch-Fit thumb and spandex back for flexibility and fit. These work gloves call the job site "home".
World Class Contractor Glove
Plenty of features
Made for comfort and durability
- Syntrex microfiber palm (more durable microfiber)
- Textured reinforcing on palm and all fingers for added wear and grip
- Textured reinforcing on fingertips, palm, thumb and all fingers
- Textured reinforcing on index/thumb crotch
- Spandex back with embossed neoprene padded knuckles and padded fingers
- Full neoprene padded cuff with hook and loop close
- Texture Tab for easier donning
- Stretrch Fit panel at thumb for increased dexterity
Custom Leathercraft 160 Gloves
The choice of contractors of all trades
Custom Leathercraft designed a perfect pair of gloves for work and outdoor activities, its called the Contractor Gloves (160). CLC used a Syntrex microfiber palm along with textured reinforcing on the palm and all fingers for added wear and grip. You will love wearing these gloves. These gloves have spandex on the back with embossed neoprene padded knuckles and padded fingers helping to protect your fingers during heavy and dangerous work. There is also a Stretch Fit panel at the thumbs giving you the dexterity you need to complete detail work with ease in cooler climates.
- Clarino synthetic leather is tough, soft and comfortable to wear, resists shrinking, stretching and hardening
- Embossed PVC palm pads for excellent grip and durability
- Lycra side panels for improved dexterity
- Extra coverage palms
- Terry-wipe thumb to remove sweat
- Textured TPR wrist with hook and loop closure
|130 Subcontractor Flex Grip Work Gloves||135 Boxer Glove||123 Workright open cuff||145 Tradesman||125 Handyman Flex Grip|
|TPR Reinforced Knuckl||✓|
|Synthetic Leather Reinforced Palm||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Full Neoprene Cuff with Hook and Loop Closure||✓||✓|
|Elastic Cuff with Hook and Loop Closure||✓||✓|
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UPDATE: I returned the first pair to Amazon and they replaced them.
Original Review: I ordered both a set of this 160L and the 125s to compare. The 160L is a better design with more rugged material and in more locations, however the workmanship of the pair I got was very poor. The sewing is not straight, and it goes too close to the edge of the material making a poor joint. In fact one of the knuckle pads is already fraying and it's never been used. Just tried them on to check the fit. The hook and loop strap has a much larger area for a more secure grip than the 125s, however again the sewing on this one is too far in from the edge and leaves a edge that's like a flap just waiting to snag on something.
The 125's are much, much better sewn. The stitches are nearly perfectly placed and parallel to each other. The fit, cuts and finish are in every way superior to these slightly more expensive gloves. It could be a got a bad set but the 160's are going back and I'm keeping the 125s. I know with such poor stitching it's just a matter of time before a seam blows out and then I have a useless glove.
160's are a better design, but that does not mean much if the glove comes apart prematurely.
The down side is they have really poor durability, which really disappointed me. I wore them for 4 days straight building a shed, so doing some light digging, running tractors, moving lumber, hammering, etc, and by the end of the 4th day (started brand new) I could see multiple places where the stitching was missing, and even a spot where I could see my finger through the glove. Really wished they held up better, but I guess on to the next brand to try and find a high dextarity glove.
First of all they smelt really bad. When I would use these at work people would comment about it when they walked by.
Second, they only lasted me about 2 months. This is where people will say yeah but you only paid $20 for them. And I would say you're right. However, I have been using a pair of iron clad gloves that only cost me $26 and they are going on 3 months now with just a little bit of fraying on some of the stitching so far.
For me this product was just a bad choice. There are better ones out there at just a slightly higher price point.