First Tactical Lightweight Patrol Glove

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posted on March 14, 2016
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Oh, sure. We know the drill. "You won't have time to put on gloves when the S hits the F." While it is true that you more than likely won't have time to don protective gear like gloves in a worst-case scenario, there's no reason to go into an extended training session without said gear. 

First Tactical offers several different types of gloves, the lightest of which is the Lightweight Patrol Glove. These gloves are lightweight (2 ounces), reinforced at junctions for longevity, are compatible with touchscreen devices and even have a custom hook-and-loop closure designed to accommodate large-bezel tactical-type watches.

You'll appreciate the extra purchased afforded by the goatskin palm that allows a firmer grasp on your handgun or pistol grip. Lightweight construction won't add appreciable heft to your gear or your grip, but the extra layer between you and your firearm will allow a much longer range session and prevent attention-sapping blisters.

MSRP: $29.99. Available in sizes Small through XXLarge.

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