Mechanix Pursuit E5 Cut Resistant Gloves

Apr 13, 2018

Category: Gear

Even if you just work with your hands in your free time, the last thing you want to do is damage your paws. Sure, busting your knuckles time and again will happen, but it is the big injuries you want to watch out for. That’s why Mechanix developed their tactical Pursuit E5 Cut Resistant Gloves.

The backing on the gloves is made from a mix of polyester and spandex, while the palm and fingers are made from 52% polyurethane and 47% nylon. Sandwiched between the fabric along the palm and fingers is an Armortex layer that is rated CE leve E and ANSI A5 blade cut resistant. Additionally, the gloves feature a touchscreen leather palm for interacting with your phone or other devices, as well as a breathable TrekDry fabric for keeping your mits from getting too clammy. At the end of the day – an ideal piece of equipment for those working in law enforcement and the military.

Purchase: $36

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