Rugged gloves for hunting, ATV riding, paintball, or other outdoor activities. Made from a combination of microfiber, leather, lycra, and nylon, they offer great grip, protection, and utility. Available in full or half-finger versions for increased tactile feedback.
Winter is upon us in most of North America, so it’s time to dig out the coat, hat, scarf, and gloves. And if you have any plan to use your smartphone without freezing your fingers off, you need a pair of these stretchy and comfy knit gloves with conductive fingertips.
Tailgate parties can be a blast, unless you’re freezing your butt off. Keep your beer cold and your hand warm with this cozy knit wool and acrylic beer koozie mitt. They’re ambidextrous, so buy two if you like to dual-wield your drinks.
Supreme goes all-in on paisley with its winter collaboration with The North Face. The collection features parkas, sleeping bags, mule slippers, gloves and suitcases in black, red or blue paisley print. Goes on sale 11/20.
While you probably wouldn’t want to wear these in the ring, any fan of pugilism would love to have these hand-stitched leather boxing gloves proudly on display in their sports collection.
Most touchscreen-friendly gloves are synthetic, but these gloves are made from soft, warm and durable lambskin with wool lining. They use nanotechnology to mimic the properties of human skin.
A pair of gloves meant for self-defense. Embedded with 8oz of steel shot in the back of the hand. Also have steel plates over the fingers as well as extra padding to cushion impact. Not fair in a fight.
Guys who love to get a baseball glove ready by smacking the hell out of it while also bothering their wives should check out Louisville Slugger’s Pro Flare Code 55 stiff leather gloves. (Thanks Albert!)
Perhaps the most awesome oven mitt prototype ever: Aaron Trocola’s Fire Gauntlet, an articulated hard-shelled glove based on a 3D scan of his hand, 3D printed with room for a Nomex cloth lining.
Ideal for folks living in chilly climes, Steve Hoefer teaches you how to make any pair of gloves touch screen-friendly: all you’ll need is a needle and about 12″ of conductive thread.
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