NAVAIR approved* // Massif® Wolverine Stretch Nomex® fabric passes stringent ASTM D 6413 standard for flame resistance // Fabric offers abrasion resistance and FR protection // Thumb, index, and middle finger are fingerless at first knuckle for full-contact dexterity; reinforced ends for superior fit and durability // Digital FR leather palm and fingers for excellent durability and tactility // Thumb seam contoured away from inside of thumb for minimal bulk and greater flexibility // Leather and stretch fabric combination improves dexterity and venting // Articulated thumb for increased control // Leather wrist stirrup creates support and a snug fit // Long cuff for overlapping FR protection // Double-needle stitching for durability // Kevlar thread provides additional FR protection // Fingerless Overlord Gloves™ have closer fit than Overlord or Overlord Short Gloves™ // *This statement does not imply an endorsement by any DoD agency, and Military Personnel are always encouraged to validate official approvals for use with their respective agencies.
Avg. Weight (oz./g): 2.8oz / 79g (L)
- Great Flight Gloves (Review by agm984)
I bought a pair of these just prior to a 6 week training exercise. I logged quite a few hours with these gloves and they performed just as advertised. Great fit, ordered a large thinking they might be too big but they fit snug. Great dexterity and not hot at all. Highly recommend.
(Posted on 3/31/14)
- Fingerless Overlord Gloves (Review by By klc)
I received these from a OR representative after looking for previous users on a mil/le forum. I have been a user of the regular short version with full fingers for carbine courses and am very happy with them. I had been looking for a fingerless glove from other manufacturers but have not been satisfied with what was available. After using the fingerless version now during 3 intensive carbine courses as a student, and numerous academy classes as an instructor, I will say that these gloves are about as perfect for my use as it gets. While there is some loss of protection on 3 fingers, I have not found that to be a detriment at all. I still have most of the protection afforded by the gloves for things like removing hot suppressors, heat from sustained carbine fire, nicks and cuts from sharp edges during weapon manipulation, etc. The exposed fingertips allow performance of tasks that would otherwise require removal of the gloves, i.e., weapon maintenance, dealing with small parts, etc. So far they have held up very well. The stitching in the areas that sustain the most punishment has not deteriorated at all, the same as I have noticed on the full finger version. A high quality product! Overall I loves these gloves and look forward to being able to purchase additional pairs when they become generally available.
(Posted on 1/2/11)