CLC 定制皮革分包商弹性握把工作手套 小号 130S
- Clarino 合成皮革坚韧、柔软舒适，不缩水、拉伸和硬化
Kuny's Subcontractor Flexgrip 手套拥有一个 Ring-Cut 功能，可轻松将它们覆盖到无指手套中，提高灵活性。
手套采用 Syntrex 合成手掌，增强耐磨性和抗撕裂性。 软垫手掌、手指和指关节提供防撞保护。 袖口还配有衬垫，*级钩环紧固，确保紧密贴合。
手套具有 Stretch-Fit 拇指，提供更好的抓握和灵活性。 这款拇指配有毛圈擦拭，可轻轻去除脸部上的汗水或碎屑。
Tradesman Hi Dexterity Glove
Textured TPR wrist closure
- Full neoprene cuff
- Textured TPR wrist strap for easy closure
- Medical grade hook and loop closure
- Pull on easily in wet conditions
Custom Leathercraft 130 Subcontractor Flex Grip Work Gloves
Style, Function, and Quality
The CLC 130 subcontractor glove was designed for the do-everything guy. The flex grip subcontractor was made for versatility, comfort and support. It features tough clarino leather palm plus padded knuckles for added comfort and wearability on any job, anytime. Custom Leathercraft used quality materials and time-tested construction methods to make this best-in-class high dexterity glove The synthetic palm material provides increased abrasion resistance for long life and better wear.
- Extra coverage palm
- Padded fingers and knuckles
- Terry-wipe thumb to keep sweat under control
- Full neoprene cuff with professional, will work when wet & cold, hook and loop closure
- Stretch-fit thumb and spandex back
- Textured TPR wrist closure
|124 Workright||135 Boxer Glove||123 Workright Open cuff||145 Tradesman||125 Handyman Flex Grip|
|TPR Reinforced Knuckle||✓|
|Synthetic Leather Reinforced Palm||✓||✓||✓|
|Full Neoprene Cuff with Hook and Loop Closure||✓|
|Elastic Cuff with Hook and Loop Closure||✓||✓||✓|
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|4 星 (0%)||0%|
|3 星 (0%)||0%|
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As for the glove them selves, they are well built and very fictional. The tips of the gloves work great to use the phone, I never have any problems with them connecting even when it's cold. There is an option to cut the tips of the 3 main fingers (along the red line in picture) and it will fold open so you can use your fingers tips and then they will fold back closed. I am not real sure of the use for this, I guess if you needed to be able to feel things more carefully?? I don't know but it is a really cool feature. The design is great for working or doing things because they flex with your hands. They have held up to a few washes and the icy cold weather of Colorado this year.... They can also be worn when it is warmer and you just need a work glove... I will be buying another pair as back up since they work so well!!
Oh and don't worry about packaging they come like they are fragile and could break lol ( I thought I would show their "amazing" over packaging just for fun) ;-)
CLC is the only brand I could find that's tough enough to be called a work glove and also perfectly fits me. The CLC Contractor Gloves are medium-duty, lightweight gloves that I wear for everything that requires protection and some dexterity, which means I wear them for everything except moving concrete blocks and other super abrasive projects (I wear five dollar leather work gloves for that stuff).
They're double-stitched at crucial points and the material is double-layered on the fingertips, but not so thick you can't feel anything. I find I can keep using them once the first layer fails, I just trim away the frayed first layer and then I'm more careful what I grab. Once the second layer fails I dump them, but believe me, these gloves last a LONG time.
The internal padding is well-placed so there's lots of flexibility and dexterity. The non-contact areas are breathable mesh so my hands don't get hot even in very hot weather.
I haven't had problems with melting or poor materials as other guys have posted here... I don't get it, but whatever. Your mileage may vary with regard to fit, but aside from that these are the best you'll find.
I used a different model of CLCs (gel pro framers) for a while, as my work changed, but when my current position called for new gloves, I knew exactly where to turn.
CLC is using a different material for the palm and it is not good. The old pair I had from 2008 had a 'clarino synthetic leather' palm and it was grippy and wore for a good long time. The new material is soft and cloth like; they call it 'syntrex', almost like a micro terry cloth or something, and is very slippery, especially on wooden handled tools and carrying anything smooth.
They still fit very well and have great dexterity and have the awesome dirt/sweat wiping terrycloth patch on the thumb, but grip is so essential when it comes to gloves, I hesitate to give it a full 3 stars, a slippery glove carrying heavy steel truss is a dangerous glove.
Update: 2/27/18- on my third or fourth pair. Considering the fact that I abuse these gloves more than the average user, I upgraded to 4 stars. I get about 6 months of use before I have to replace due to wear and tear.