I had been looking for gloves for about 6 months or so. I wanted something fingerless and didn't want to buy anything that I had to cut myself, then I saw the Gauntlets. At first I was like "only 2 finger holes? That's strange". I was going to get them online until I saw the finger holes.
I saw them at the Eclipse tent at the NPPL Boston and tried them on. They were comfortable, fit nice and snug, didn't mind the fingerholes, and cost only $22 (where I bought them). I did a total 180 degrees on my opinion of them. I loved them. I couldn't go wrong.
The extra padding on the knuckles is nice and thick but not so thick that you notice, which is good. And the palm is slightly tackified which I like also.
I highly reccomend these to anyone who wants gloves but needs to feel the trigger with their bare hands.
I do suggest you try them on in person before ordering.
For me they are a 10.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Friday, August 3rd, 2007 at 7:46 pm PST
I bought these gloves online, I was skeptical about them because of the price, but I couldn't be more satisfied. Used them in my first game of the day on sunday and became in love with them at that moment. Theres gel type padding in the bottom of the hands, making it very comfortable to crawl using the butt of your hand. the material on the inside of the gloves helps grips your gun with a secure, firm hold without slip, even after they get dirty!
If you get these gloves, get a size that will fit snug and comfortable, not too tight, or loose. I got medium and they are perfect!
Best gloves I've ever used, you don't even feel hand shots because of the padding on the back, and bottom of the hand, great for snake players because of the comfort when crawling on your hands.