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ProFlex® 720 Heavy-Duty Framing Gloves

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Heavy-Duty Framing Gloves: Three open fingers for superb dexterity and functionality.

Features

  • Framing finger config for grasping fasteners
  • Padded palm with Tena-Grip™ reinforcement
  • Technical hex-stretch knit construction
  • Neoprene knuckle pad
  • Low-profile molded hook and loop closure with ID space
  • Pull-on tab for easy on/off
  • EN 388: 3132 X
  • Patent pending

Application

  • Heavy Duty Work
  • Construction
  • Framing/Carpentry
  • Roofing
  • Mechanics
  • Service Techs
  • Tool/Machine Operation
MSRP
$29.65
4 out of 5 stars
Based on 1 reviews, 80% of customers recommend this item.
4
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1 reviews
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ITEM # 720
Availability: In stock

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Heavy-Duty Framing Gloves: Three open fingers for superb dexterity and functionality.

Features

  • Framing finger config for grasping fasteners
  • Padded palm with Tena-Grip™ reinforcement
  • Technical hex-stretch knit construction
  • Neoprene knuckle pad
  • Low-profile molded hook and loop closure with ID space
  • Pull-on tab for easy on/off
  • EN 388: 3132 X
  • Patent pending

Application

  • Heavy Duty Work
  • Construction
  • Framing/Carpentry
  • Roofing
  • Mechanics
  • Service Techs
  • Tool/Machine Operation

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ProFlex® 720 Heavy-Duty Framing Gloves

Customer Ratings and Reviews

4 out of 5 stars
Based on 1 reviews, 80% of customers recommend this item.
4
1
1 reviews
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ProFlex® 720 Heavy-Duty Framing Gloves
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    Charles Green

    Reviewed on Nov 14, 2017

    I am a construction materials inspector. I'm the guy checking to make sure the rebar is put in place properly, the concrete is right, and the dirt is getting put back into place the way the engineers want it put back.
    I need gloves, because the work demands it.
    I hate gloves, because I have to take them off to write or to use the technology that is part of my job.
    I've always bought reasonably priced gloves and cut fingertips off of them in order to allow me to write and take photos during my inspections.
    They never lasted more than a couple of weeks because the material frayed or the glove otherwise came apart. Even leather gloves always seem to come apart because of the way they are constructed.
    These have lasted almost a month now, and I am impressed with them.
    The framer's gloves give me the necessary dexterity for the fine detail work I need to do with my electronics and with old-fashioned pencil and paper, while protecting my hands when I am moving rebar, inspecting rough wooden forms and moving wheelbarrows full of concrete.
    I have two reasons for why this is not a five-star review.
    1) they are little thin for cold weather.
    2) I think they would be stellar if they were made out of leather.

    Please Note: This review is of product that was provided to the user free of charge.

  • Tenacious Tester Tenacious
    Tester

    Charles Green

    Reviewed on Nov 14, 2017

    I am a construction materials inspector. I'm the guy checking to make sure the rebar is put in place properly, the concrete is right, and the dirt is getting put back into place the way the engineers want it put back.
    I need gloves, because the work demands it.
    I hate gloves, because I have to take them off to write or to use the technology that is part of my job.
    I've always bought reasonably priced gloves and cut fingertips off of them in order to allow me to write and take photos during my inspections.
    They never lasted more than a couple of weeks because the material frayed or the glove otherwise came apart. Even leather gloves always seem to come apart because of the way they are constructed.
    These have lasted almost a month now, and I am impressed with them.
    The framer's gloves give me the necessary dexterity for the fine detail work I need to do with my electronics and with old-fashioned pencil and paper, while protecting my hands when I am moving rebar, inspecting rough wooden forms and moving wheelbarrows full of concrete.
    I have two reasons for why this is not a five-star review.
    1) they are little thin for cold weather.
    2) I think they would be stellar if they were made out of leather.

    Please Note: This review is of product that was provided to the user free of charge.

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