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Mechanix Wear Element - Black

€28,50
Mechanix Element
Brisk temperatures are known to hinder grip strength as the body fights to preserve warmth in cold conditions. The Element is a lightweight fleecelined precision duty glove with a SoftShell™ water-resistant back-of-hand to help kee...
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Mechanix Wear Element - Black

Mechanix Element

Brisk temperatures are known to hinder grip strength as the body fights to preserve warmth in cold conditions. The Element is a lightweight fleecelined precision duty glove with a SoftShell™ water-resistant back-of-hand to help keep you dry when manipulating firearms or performing searches in cold weather. The unique trigger finger design is non-insulated to provide optimal dexterity. Stay connected to your touchscreen devices, without removing your gloves, with TouchTec® touchscreen capable technology on your thumb and index finger. The Element is anatomically shaped to the natural curvatures of the hand using three-dimensional patterning to create a warm, second-skin fit.

Water-resistant
SoftShell™ water-resistant & wind-resistant stretch fabric.

Trigger Finger
Non-insulated trigger finger provides optimal dexterity.

Features
1. Low-profile Thermal Plastic Rubber (TPR) hook and loop closure provides a secure fit to the wrist.
2. SoftShell™ water-resistant & windresistant stretch fabric.
3. Fleece-lined back-of-hand provides insulation.
4. Three-dimensional patterning forms to the natural curvature of the hand.
5. Non-insulated trigger finger provides optimal dexterity.
6. Durable synthetic leather palm.
7. TouchTec® touchscreen capable thumb and index finger.
8. Nylon loop with bar tack stitch assists when putting the gloves on as well as convenient storage.

Intended uses

  • Military
  • Law Enforcement
  • Shooting Sports 

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