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Old 03-24-2009
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I have a pair of Ironclad's, not sure which model, but I like them cause there thin and fit my hand good, but haven't wore them much as of yet....
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Old 03-24-2009
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i use these for work, kevlar knuckles and palms and theyre built very well...
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I love the Atlas 370 & 372
they also make a thick Kevlar glove but you lose some dexterity.

The thing I like about these gloves is that they are thin breathable and allow you to feel incredibly well. they don't offer much knuckle protection but will keep you from ripping the skin open. these last me about a month on the job site. No glove will last forever just buy in bulk.
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Old 08-20-2009
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I like this work gloves help protect your hands while getting work done. In the field, there's always work to be done. Clearing brush, cutting branches, gathering bedding material, digging or sawing.

You should include gloves in your survival kit. Handling rough branches and doing other manual labor work can be hard on your hands. Excessive rubbing from doing work can cause painful blisters and open sores on your hands.

Helps prevent insect bites too. If you're picking up logs, branches, or moving brush around, gloves will help prevent stings and bites from unseen critters.
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