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XPRT HardTime Gauntlet Gloves

Purpose Built

The toughest glove in the 5.11 Tactical wardrobe, XPRT HardTime™ Gauntlet Gloves provide unbeatable protection that stands up to the toughest and most hazardous mission environments. Heavy duty all-knuckle and upper finger armor, a Kevlar® knit back panel, and Duraclad-reinforced palm and grip areas provide supreme flash and slash protection, while our patented Tactical Touch™ fingertips offer enhanced tactility when presenting firearms or performing pat-downs. Three cuff stretch zones ensure snug comfort and repel debris, while an extra-wide hook and loop closure strap ensures a snug fit under or over your sleeves.

 

Overview:

  • Armored hard knuckle gauntlet gloves
  • Maximum impact protection
  • Heavy duty all-knuckle and upper finger plates
  • Duraclad-reinforced palm and grips
  • Tactical Touch precision fingertips
  • Three cuff stretch zones for comfort

 

Specifications:

  • Kevlar knit fabric back panel
  • Goatskin palm, fingers, and outer armor
  • Reinforced finger joints
  • Full gauntlet length
  • Secure hook and loop closure

 

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XPRT HardTime Gauntlet Gloves

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$109.99
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Purpose Built

The toughest glove in the 5.11 Tactical wardrobe, XPRT HardTime™ Gauntlet Gloves provide unbeatable protection that stands up to the toughest and most hazardous mission environments. Heavy duty all-knuckle and upper finger armor, a Kevlar® knit back panel, and Duraclad-reinforced palm and grip areas provide supreme flash and slash protection, while our patented Tactical Touch™ fingertips offer enhanced tactility when presenting firearms or performing pat-downs. Three cuff stretch zones ensure snug comfort and repel debris, while an extra-wide hook and loop closure strap ensures a snug fit under or over your sleeves.

 

Overview:

  • Armored hard knuckle gauntlet gloves
  • Maximum impact protection
  • Heavy duty all-knuckle and upper finger plates
  • Duraclad-reinforced palm and grips
  • Tactical Touch precision fingertips
  • Three cuff stretch zones for comfort

 

Specifications:

  • Kevlar knit fabric back panel
  • Goatskin palm, fingers, and outer armor
  • Reinforced finger joints
  • Full gauntlet length
  • Secure hook and loop closure

 

Ratings and Reviews

 
3

(based on 2 reviews)

60 %

Pros

  • Snug Fit/Stretch (2)
  • Rugged (2)
  • Good Grip (2)
  • Sturdy (1)
  • Great For Motorcycles (1)

Cons

  • Loose Some Areas (1)
  • Tight Some Areas (1)
  • Tight Around Fingers (1)
  • Near Velcro Can Bunch Up (1)

Best Uses

  • Everyday Wear (2)
  • During Operations (2)
  • Field Training (2)
  • Hot Weather (1)
  • Motorcycling (1)

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5.0

Best Motorcycle gloves!

By Chris

from Orange County, CA

Cons

  • Tight Around Fingers
  • Near Velcro Can Bunch Up

My profession is

  • Other

Describe Yourself

  • Motorcyclist
  • Outdoor Enthusiast

Sizing

  • Feels true to size

Best Uses

  • Hot Weather
  • Everyday Wear
  • Motorcycling
  • Cold Weather
  • Field Training
  • During Operations

Pros

  • Good Grip
  • Great For Motorcycles
  • Rugged
  • Great Insulation
  • Hands Stay In Tight
  • True To Size
  • Breathable
  • Snug Fit/Stretch

Was this a gift?

  • No

I have used this product for

  • Less than a month

Great set of gloves, fit true to their size chart! Very comfortable on long rides, has tons of grip and doesn't slide around. Knuckle protector is flexible so its more comfy on longer rides. My only gripe is near the Velcro it tends to bunch up under my jacket some, but not enough to be a problem.

Other things to note, they feel SOLID, they don't feel like if you did crash they would slide off or rip in any way. They block the wind excellent as well but breathe enough not to make your hands sweaty.

Another great 5.11 product!

 
3.0

Good, but may need some improvement.

By Matt

from CT

Cons

  • Loose Some Areas
  • Tight Some Areas

My profession is

  • Other

Describe Yourself

  • Outdoor Enthusiast
  • Motorcyclist
  • Hunter

Sizing

  • Feels half size too small

Best Uses

  • Everyday Wear
  • During Operations
  • Field Training

Pros

  • Snug Fit/Stretch
  • Rugged
  • Sturdy
  • Good Grip

Was this a gift?

  • No

I have used this product for

  • Less than a month

I have only had these gloves about 2 weeks but, overall, so far, I rate these gloves as good. They fit mostly very well, feel very durable, and have a pretty good grip on most surfaces. My primary use is for when I ride (motorcycle) but I have used them shooting, and will be using them for general purpose wear/driving as the weather cools.

The major con with these gloves is the lack of proper fit in two key areas. 1 is the thumb. The thumb is too long on each hand making it impossible to manipulate all but the biggest things. Even doing snaps or using a zipper is challenging because of the thumb. All other fingers fit properly and the glove fits very snuggly across my hand so it should not be an improper size issue. In addition I used the sizing chart before buying. Place number 2 is between the index finger and middle finger on both hands. It feels like the seam at the webbing between each finger is much lower than the other fingers. The result is the seam digs and cuts into the webbing between the fingers. This is tolerable for short lengths of time but after about an hour (or less) of wear my fingers were sore and the webbing between them was beat red and very tender.

I hate to say it because I am a big supporter of 5.11 products, the belt, pouches, and boots I have are phenominal, but in this case I think this product needs a little development. I have a similar pair of Condor glvoes that have worn out after about 1 year of use but fit perfectly from day 1. They use a numbered sizing system as opposed to the general Small, Medium, etc. which I think helps fit in between sizes much more effectively. At more than double what I paid for the Condor gloves, I was expecting the 5.11 gloves to fit well, like a glove.

Overall because of the not great fit and cost over another pair of Condor gloves I give these 3 stars. The saving grace is the heavy duty stiching and better construction that provides much greater durability over the Condor glvoes. To me 3 stars is good still, it is basically satisfied, but not blown away.

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