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Carhartt A536 Ballistic Glove | Black


Price: £22.73
X Large Sizing info
Black
Usually dispatched within 4 to 5 days.
Dispatched from and sold by Rugged & Tough Ltd.
  • Textured, breathable elastane
  • synthetic palm reinforcement
  • breathable elastane with synthetic pa
  • Case Pack Quantity: 1
  • A536
  • TPR knuckle protection
  • Neoprene cuff
  • EN 388 Protection against mechanical risks

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Product Description

Carhartt's A536 Ballistic glove is designed for the work environment. It is CE certified for your peace of mind. The glove is breathable and also has built in knuckle protection. Looks good and works hard

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Amazon.com: 23 reviews
8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
UPSer 5 Mar 2013
By Carlos Torres-Loera - Published on Amazon.com
Colour Name: BlackSize Name: Medium Verified Purchase
Loader for UPS for about 6 years now; just started investing in gloves the past year since peak season... Usually gloves for loaders don't last any more than a couple of months at BEST! They usually start to wear down and split at the finger tips or palms; These Carhartt gloves started to fall apart on the end of of my 1st shift... (cracking on the resin line for index finger). At the end of day 2 they started to split at the bottom of the resin cover finger tips. They also suffercate the hands and tent to make them sweater after long periods of use... Not what i was expecting for the price... On a side note I usually get these cheap utility gloves from smart and final (7.99$). These gloves last at least 2 months. I've decided to put away the Carhartt gloves and use them for or activities instead of loading. Well made gloves, not made for loading boxes.
8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
Good gloves, so far [good, not great] 12 July 2012
By Timmah Timmah Timmah - Published on Amazon.com
Colour Name: BlackSize Name: X Large Verified Purchase
Haven't had much chance to use these yet, but they fit good and feel solid. I like the knuckle pads and that was part of the reason I chose these.

The XL size fits my above average sized hands well and does not cut into the webbing between my fingers.

No complaints so far.

EDIT/UPDATE - After using these gloves here and there over the last couple months I had to add to this review.

The cloth around the thumb is kind of strange. Almost like sweatpants. Not very heavy duty like the rest of the glove. I am sure this is for flex and freedom of movement but it feels kind of cheap or weak, like it might tear. I think there has to be a better design for durability that still allows movement.

Also, the finger tips are not the greatest. It is hard to do fine control tasks. They are clumsy and bulky in the finger tips. I realize these are heavy duty work gloves, but I think a better middle-ground could be made between durability and senstivity.

I like the areas of the gloves that do flex (except the thumbs fabric), but I am not sure why Carhartt did not do something better with the finger tips. The whole point of spandex would seem to be comfort and dexterity. So why not make the finers better for fine control?

All in all, still a decent pair of work gloves, but I had to remove a star.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
These didn't last a week... 5 April 2014
By Conal Garrity - Published on Amazon.com
Colour Name: BlackSize Name: 2X Large Verified Purchase
I used this as a produce buyer with at least 3 large loads to put away each day and they hardly held up a week.
GREAT GLOVES 8 May 2014
By rjames - Published on Amazon.com
Colour Name: BlackSize Name: 2X Large Verified Purchase
These gloves by Carhartt are what I knew they would be because they make good products all the time. I will buy them again.
Good driving gloves 22 Mar 2014
By S. Remington - Published on Amazon.com
Colour Name: BlackSize Name: X Large Verified Purchase
These gloves work great for driving in cold weather and would probably be good if you're working outside. However, they don't have any insulation and I found that my hands were frozen by the time I spent 5 minutes outside scraping the snow and ice off my truck's windows. Probably not the best choice but I didn't see anything that really jumped out at me as being a best choice. All the gloves I've had in the past were worthless for manual dexterity. These gloves are much better in that regard.

So, I'm still looking for the Perfect Glove.
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