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Outdoor Research Men's Ironsight Gloves

Outdoor Research Men's Ironsight Gloves

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Outdoor Research Men's Ironsight Gloves - This highly dexterour, breathable synthetic leather combat glove will be the perfect glove choice for any highly active person. The supple synthetic leather is quick drying and made to give you a solid grip on weapons.


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Outdoor Research Men's Ironsight Gloves - Slip-free grip pads on the palms and fingers and seamless Precision Grip™ construction provide superior tactility. Back-of-hand injection molding and reinforcements provide light impact protection.

  • Fabric: Highly breathable synthetic leather fabric palm and knuckles
  • Breathable, stretch nylon fabric fingers and back of hand
  • Hybric synthetic leather and fabric sidewalls for superior flex at joints and protection at high abrasion points
  • Synthetic leather reinforced back of fingers and knuckles for light abrasion protection
  • Injection molding of back of hand for light impact protection
  • Silicone grip pads on palm and tips of middle, ring, and pinky fingers to provide solid grip of weapons or tools
  • Pre-curve, boxed construction for anatomically correct fit
  • Precision Grip™ specifically designed for seamless contact between index finger and thumb and for next-to-skin tactility when moving
  • Hook/loop wrist closure
  • Pull loop for easy on/off
  • Close fitting for superior dexterity and tactility
  • Weight: 2.3oz

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Outdoor Research Men's Ironsight Gloves - Black XL
 
4.4

(based on 14 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

  • 5 Stars

     

    (9)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (4)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (0)

  • 2 Stars

     

    (0)

  • 1 Stars

     

    (1)

100%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

No Pros

Cons

No Cons

Best Uses

No Best Uses
    • Was this a gift?:
    • No (4)

Most Liked Positive Review

 

Awesome tactical glove

I have used these gloves for the past year and have really abused them. I originally bought them for Infantry Officer Basic Leader Course and then took them through 84 days of ranger school....Read complete review

I have used these gloves for the past year and have really abused them. I originally bought them for Infantry Officer Basic Leader Course and then took them through 84 days of ranger school. These gloves are by far the most tactile glove I have ever used! Even wearing these gloves I am able to disassemble my M4, change radio frequencies on ASIPs and MBIRTs, and pretty much do anything that doesn't require a touch screen. This is a huge plus to me because I hate taking my gloves on and off especially in a tactical environment.
The biggest downside of these gloves is their durability. The grip on the palm of the gloves comes of easily and leaves long rubber strips hanging off of your palm that you end up ripping off. This eventually leaves your palm with no grip, which I actually liked better but it did make it hard to grip certain materials. After putting these gloves through ranger school they definitely started to show wear and some of the finger seams have started to blow out.
While these gloves are very thin they still provide a good deal of protection. Once while changing a barrel on a machine gun my thumb touched the top of the barrel. Without this glove I would have suffered at least second degree burns but this glove kept me safe. While it did burn a hole in the glove.
Overall, I have loved these gloves and I have been very hard on them. And while these might not be the most durable glove with the OR lifetime warranty I was able to get my abused pair replaced. OR is a fantastic company and this is an outstanding glove.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

ignore the hype

These gloves fail to perform as advertised, are poorly designed, and of poor quality. The company tried to redesign a simple glove and ended up creating something half as good at double the...Read complete review

These gloves fail to perform as advertised, are poorly designed, and of poor quality. The company tried to redesign a simple glove and ended up creating something half as good at double the price. The box construction of the fingers places two seams at the fingertip. This design reduces the ability to perform fine motor movements such as manipulation of electronics or disassembly of weapons. It also makes the gloves uncomfortable to wear while working. The superfluous silicon adds nothing to the gloves. Go for Mechanix, Whitewater, or batting gloves. If you want to buy OR, go for one of their nomex and leather offerings, such as the firemark or overlord. The extra money spent will be entirely worth it. Whatever option you pursue, stay away from these gloves.

Reviewed by 14 customers

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5.0

Amazing grip!

By 

from Virginia Beach

About Me Avid Adventurer

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Good Grip
  • Tough

Cons

    Best Uses

    • skydiving

    Comments about Outdoor Research Men's Ironsight Gloves - Black XL:

    Great, wish there was a winter edition of this glove.

    • Sizing:
    • Feels true to size
    • Was this a gift?:
    • No

    (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    great gloves for use on patrol and manipulating pistol

    By 

    from calgary, alberta

    About Me Military/Law Enforcement

    Verified Buyer

    Pros

    • Good Grip
    • Snug Fit/Stretch

    Cons

    • Wears Out Quickly

    Best Uses

      Comments about Outdoor Research Men's Ironsight Gloves - Black XL:

      use everyday while on patrol

      • Sizing:
      • Feels true to size
      • Was this a gift?:
      • No

      (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      Fantastic

      By 

      from US

      Comments about Outdoor Research Men's Ironsight Gloves - Black XL:

      I used the gloves not so much in a tactical sense, but while conducting work in SE Asia. The work was mostly manual labor, and screening soil that we dug up through a screen which is the equivalent of a large cheese grater. I did this every day for about 30 days, After washing the gloves they are practically brand new again. Most durable tactical glove I've ever purchased!!!

       
      4.0

      Great Gloves

      By 

      from US

      Comments about Outdoor Research Men's Ironsight Gloves - Black XL:

      I was issued these gloves by my agency ( FLEO) and they have been great. I have spent long days at the range with these gloves and they have held up wonderfully.

       
      4.0

      Awesome fit and function

      By 

      from CA

      Comments about Outdoor Research Men's Ironsight Gloves - Black XL:

      Gloves fit true to size. Very lightweight and low profile. Great tactile feel and excellent grip, even in wet weather. Grip issues on super smooth surfaces, but then most gloves have grip issues on super smooth surfaces.
      No issues with delimitation of silicone after 6 months of useナナ yet.

      Buy 'em, they're awesome!

      (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      Excellent

      By 

      from CA

      Comments about Outdoor Research Men's Ironsight Gloves - Black XL:

      Not what they are originally intended for, but these make excellent diving gloves. Synthetic leather dries fast, and the grip is decent for a submerged grip.

      (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

       
      4.0

      Awesome tactical glove

      By 

      from CA

      Comments about Outdoor Research Men's Ironsight Gloves - Black XL:

      I have used these gloves for the past year and have really abused them. I originally bought them for Infantry Officer Basic Leader Course and then took them through 84 days of ranger school. These gloves are by far the most tactile glove I have ever used! Even wearing these gloves I am able to disassemble my M4, change radio frequencies on ASIPs and MBIRTs, and pretty much do anything that doesn't require a touch screen. This is a huge plus to me because I hate taking my gloves on and off especially in a tactical environment.
      The biggest downside of these gloves is their durability. The grip on the palm of the gloves comes of easily and leaves long rubber strips hanging off of your palm that you end up ripping off. This eventually leaves your palm with no grip, which I actually liked better but it did make it hard to grip certain materials. After putting these gloves through ranger school they definitely started to show wear and some of the finger seams have started to blow out.
      While these gloves are very thin they still provide a good deal of protection. Once while changing a barrel on a machine gun my thumb touched the top of the barrel. Without this glove I would have suffered at least second degree burns but this glove kept me safe. While it did burn a hole in the glove.
      Overall, I have loved these gloves and I have been very hard on them. And while these might not be the most durable glove with the OR lifetime warranty I was able to get my abused pair replaced. OR is a fantastic company and this is an outstanding glove.

       
      1.0

      ignore the hype

      By 

      from CA

      Comments about Outdoor Research Men's Ironsight Gloves - Black XL:

      These gloves fail to perform as advertised, are poorly designed, and of poor quality. The company tried to redesign a simple glove and ended up creating something half as good at double the price. The box construction of the fingers places two seams at the fingertip. This design reduces the ability to perform fine motor movements such as manipulation of electronics or disassembly of weapons. It also makes the gloves uncomfortable to wear while working. The superfluous silicon adds nothing to the gloves. Go for Mechanix, Whitewater, or batting gloves. If you want to buy OR, go for one of their nomex and leather offerings, such as the firemark or overlord. The extra money spent will be entirely worth it. Whatever option you pursue, stay away from these gloves.

      (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

       
      4.0

      Awesome overall gloves

      By 

      from CA

      Comments about Outdoor Research Men's Ironsight Gloves - Black XL:

      What I do : Canadian Paratrooper

      Where I have used them : CQB, Water, Boats, Aircraft and Under Canopy, Jungle, Woods, Woods and Woods.

      Pros : Lightweight, Dry very fast, Excellent grip on most surface (less on metal when wet), Perfect snug fit.

      Cons : When used in the woods, with weather changing, the silicone on the palm tend to tear after a certain time because of the the glove being wet and dry quickly.

      Overall perfect.

      I would positively recommend those gloves to anyone in the military/police department/shooter.

       
      5.0

      Best shooting glove

      By 

      from US

      Comments about Outdoor Research Men's Ironsight Gloves - Black XL:

      These are my go to shooting gloves. Super comfy. The tacky grip material is perfect for handling guns. Thin, great dexterity, and not too warm. I also use the Silencer gloves, but these are more comfortable and provide more grip. It would be nice to get them in multi-cam pattern like some of the OR hats.

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