32 Degrees fingerless gloves come in black or green. They are available in Small, Medium, Large, and X-Large. They have a hard plastic backing, to protect your hands from getting hit. Has a velcro wrap around wrist band to keep gloves on securely. Very comfortable and affordable.
The 32 Degrees Fingerless Gloves are older, so while they may be available used and in a few cases new, they are not commonly available anymore.
They're comfortable and cheap. I got mine for 8 bucks (I own the 2 eXtreme ones you buy at Wal-Mart, but there is absolutely no difference. Same freakin gloves right down to the design of the plastic). The plastic works well against hand hits and the thick padded palm is great for play in the woods where you crawl and what not. The straps keep these things on your hands tightly as well.
They stain your hands as if you just wiped your @$$ with them. The plastic on the back of the hands looks like it could break/rip easily if it gets caught on something. Since the gloves are kind of thick, they're aren't as flexable as other gloves.
These things are very comfortable. Nice, thick, and soft. For 8 bucks you can't get a better deal when it comes to comfort and protection. I don't think any other fingerless gloves work quite as well as these. I'd for sure recommend these to someone, but I'd tell em to get the 2 eXtreme ones at Walmart since there's no differece and they're 8 bucks. These gloves get an 8 since they stain your hands like a mofo.
Provides good protection. Comfortable. Comes in dark colors for camo. Don't get too sweaty.
Plastic can poke your nuckles making it uncomfortable. Can get caught in shrubs and stuff. Absorb a lot of water and can mold unless treated right after use.
The gloves were pretty good. The hard top protect you from paintballs and sticker bushes. They can be both uncomfortable and comfortable. I have one glove that feels perfect, but the other will never break in and the plastic hurts. Also when you use the babies let them air out after you use them. I thought they were just clean, put them in a plastic bag in my room and left them there for 2 weeks. I came to get them out and they had mold on them. YUCK!! That isn't a designer error, but I just think you guys should know not to do this.
Just look at the gloves! i would say these gloves look really sweet! and the hard plastic really protects you and since they are fingerless you can still use your fingers very easily.
there is two bad thing i noticed about these gloves. In the winter you can really freeze your fingers off wearing these suckers, because they are fingerless and plus it's hard to find good warm gloves that fit under these gloves. the other thing that i noticed was the hard plastic sort of jabs into your knuckles when you are wearing them. but that was a small problem because i just bought a cheap pair of gloves (those gloves that are just 2 bucks and are only made out of cloth) and just cut the fingers off and i just wear those under the pb gloves and i'm fine.
All and all i think these are good pb gloves but they have some problems. so that is why i gave this a 8 out of 10. get the gloves when you want protection but you don't wanna spend that much.