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.
These gloves work great. They are plastic and it does not hurt at all when you get hit. The downside is that the plastic is hard and needs to be broken in for a while. Try wearing them around for a day, it works. Recently I noticed a hole in my left glove, I sewed it back up and everything was fine, but they still did tear. Also they are not the prettiest gloves, but I say function before form.
I give them an 7 just because of the plastic thing and that they tore.
7 out of 10
Last edited on Sunday, December 12th, 2004 at 9:06 am PST
Stained hands; kinda bulky; smell like ass if you don't wash them.
I have a pair of JT Power Gloves before getting these. The JT did a good job of protecting my hands, but I decided to experiment with the fingerless ones instead. So I bought the 32 degrees at my local paintball shop for $12. These 32 degrees provide really good protection. Right after I got them, wouldn't you know it, my idiot cousin shot me in the hands less than 10 feet away (near point blank). The hard plastic and thick paddings did an awesome job of taking the hits. I felt no pain what so ever. The JT gloves prevent welts on my hands but they still sting like crazy. With the 32, no pain, no welts. Just make sure you wash them after a while because they smell like ass if you don't.
Overall, a very good product for a reasonable price. A good investment for your hands.
PMI Piranha BL G2
Psycho-Ballistics Drop Foreward with On/Off
Bob Long 1200 PSI Gauge on the drop
20oz. PMI Pure Energy System
They really protect your hands
smell like anus if you don't wash them
stiff when there new
I first got these gloves because like anyone, it only takes one solid hit to the hand to make you learn. I bought these for like...10 bills and i was pretty happy. They were really stiff in the knuckle area when i first played with them. After a full day of paintballing, my knuckles were irritated but my hands were happy!
After I played a few games, They loosened up and worked great. They saved my hands on numerout occations but still have the opened fingers. I can walk the triggder much faster with fingerless gloves, and it's easier to find the sweet-spot on the trigger.
The only downfall of the gloves is that you HAVE TO WASH THEM. they smell like a rotten skunk in the desert sun. Wash them or you'll be sorry. THe enemy will be able to smell where you are...so watch out.
Good gloves.....good price....good quality.....BUT FOR GOD'S SAKE WASH THEM ONCE IN A WHILE!!
Tippmann 98 Custom
14" J&J Ceramic Barrel
BSA Red Dot Scope
PMI Remote Line
no fingers so you can easily work with equipment
These gloves are pretty good gloves. They look cool, have good protection, theyre comfortable, they dont have fingers to get in your way when you work on your gun or put on your mask. Overall, they do their job well, and for a cheap price. I just got them because they looked cool and matched with my friend's, and Im thinking about cuttin off the armor part. Anyways, these are great gloves.
I'm hearing about the dye stains staying your hands, niether me or my friend have had this problem. They come in a box that you can open, so try them before you buy them to see if they leave stains.
Cheap, cool, reliable. If you want some gloves, dont hesitate to get these.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Tuesday, February 15th, 2005 at 12:55 pm PST
- Awesome Protection
- Great Look
None apparent to me.
This is the only pair of paintball protective gloves I have and will ever buy. They are very flexible and comfortable while at the same time providing great protection, a good grip on your gun, and a cool look. I've taken 3 in the hand since wearing these and have never felt a thing.
If you're looking for the best in protective gloves, hook yourself up with a pair of 32 Degrees Gloves, fingerless or not, depending on your preference. 10 out of 10.
Palm wears away over time,plastic can poke u,watch ur fingers
Overall not that bad of gloves.And for the price and protection most starters or even experienced ppl appreciate this.Been shot w/ em on 3x and only one left a minor bruise on my thumb.Rubbing against trees and diving will wear the palm down to where it has cloths coming off a lil bit.Pretty breathable.May cause a lil but not an extreme amount of hand sweat.
Get it if ur wanten a cheap protective glove.Doesnt look that bad and doesnt stick out if ur decked in camo.
9 out of 10
Last edited on Wednesday, April 14th, 2004 at 3:46 pm PST
Comfortable,PRICE,the perfect gloves,the perfect size and awesome protection
None that I can think of except they look like something Darth Vader would wear!
I have paintballed for awhile and resontly bought these gloves for a reasonal price.Awesome gloves bought them awhile ago and they still fit me and in good condition.They only costed me only $15 and looks are alright as I Said above! Fit well with my Tippmann 98 custom gun. Well let me say GOOD JOB 32 Degrees!
In Conclusion if you are looking for any type of gloves for your hand size.Here yah go!
10 out of 10
Last edited on Wednesday, March 31st, 2004 at 2:06 pm PST
Ever since I got hit in the pocket between my fingers, I swore never to go paintballing with out gloves. I started out with using my work out gloves. They were made of hard, strong leather with padded sued palms. I never had a problem with them at all. Very light and easy to move. Getting hit in the hands would still sting alot, but at least my skin would not bleed as it did before. Then I saw these and decided to buy them since they were only $10. At first, I didnt like them too much. They were very stiff and the plastic dug into my knuckles. I figured I could fix it so I started to play with them a little. I rolled them up, as to make a fist, and put books on them to hold them in that possition. I figured if I could bend the plastic more to conform to my hand, I would'nt have any problems... or at least I would have less problems. After letting them sit for a day or two, I noticed that it was alot more confortable. I could move my hands and grasp my gun easier. Then I decided to break them in.... if there was going to be a problem wearing them for a prolonged amount of time, I want to know about it before I play... and not while I'm in the middle of a game. So I wore them around for a couple of days to wear them in. I no longer had a problem with the plastic and the leather palm wasnt as stiff since I broke them in.
I like having my fingers open, and if you do, then this would be a good buy. Its only $10 which makes it a great buy. Compared to my work out gloves, they can be a little thick, but I dont have a problem with that anymore. For all the work I had to do to make it confortable, I will give it an 8. I think if they designed the plastic armor to conform more to the back of a hand, it would be better.
-PMI Piranha Pro TS (Added Storm Electronic Trigger, 14" All American barrel, and Ricochet AK Electronic Hopper)
-Sheridan PGP (Added C02 quick change, wrap-around rubber grips, velocity adjuster, quick loader, and new pump handle) held at my side by a cops911.com tactical holster
Honestly I don't know why anyone would want to spend any more money on gloves, unless you wanted the added safety of full-fingered gloves. Though I've been shot in the hand so few times maybe that is why, but even then I've never been hit on the tips of the fingers where the armor from these doesn't cover.
They've lasted me forever. Everytime I get shot in the hand I barely feel it due to the plastic armor.
Don't bother spending a ton of money on gloves. These are more than you will ever need.
Blue Ricochet 2k Hopper
20 OZ C02 Tank
Gluvs and XRay Mask
They stop paintballs from hitting the webs and other parts of ur fingers.
For some reason they turn my hand a dark purple after a day of play.
These gluvs are pretty cool. Just put them on and it gives u very good grip on a gun. If u were thinking of getting something from ur pocket with these on then forget about it. They are very large. But they will stop paintball hits to very sensitive parts of the fingers. But for some reason my right hand turns dark purple/black after games. I think it's they dye or something. I tried washing them but that isn't working. Must just be my gluvs but whatever. They are very good for walking triggers. A cheap 15$ buy at retail.
Get them. Better safe than sorry. Xtra grip is always a must