British aramid contact gloves, surplus
How can you make a pair of cheap yet actually good all-round gloves for mass issue? The British answer is quite genius.
These are damn simple, knitted from fire retardant aramid fibres and fitted with numerous small rubber dots on the palms and fingers. The fit is snug and good for fine tasks such as handling a rifle, fire retardancy is a must these days and the rubber dots give the grip you need to safely handle gear and tools. And best of all these are damn cheap!
All in all these are like gardening gloves on steroids. The fire retardancy means that even if you manage to burn the fabric, it won't melt on your skin.
Sizes in bog standard glove sizes. If you fall between sizes, pick the smaller one.
Used military surplus, but still in perfectly serviceable condition. The worst sign of wear is probably that some of the rubber dots have worn off, oh no how terrible.
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