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  • Any suggesstions for best gloves?

    I will be on the street in less than three months and was wanting to buy gloves. I guess the main purpose is for search and would like cut resistant gloves if possible. Is Kevlar a must? Also I work in Texas with hot temperatures. Any suggestions would help. Thanks

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    Yes, they're, err... "nice"



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      i prefer cheap...Kevlar and puncture resident is a must....keep them in my BDU pocket all day, when i need them there available.

      edit: these are the ones I use..they tend to make ur hands sweet when it is 80+, but I am sure any kevlar glove would?><


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      Last edited by Red Swan; 08-26-2008, 11:00 PM.
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      • #4
        LATEX, get them free at the station or fire dept (fire dept has better ones). Search gloves are gross. Rub all over some nasty meth addict or base head dig through their gross pockets filled with snot rags then take you gloves off and put them in your pocket!!! Not me my friend, you guys have at it. Take em off and toss em out.
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        • #5
          Hatch FM2000. My favs.....ordered several pair of them cause i keep losing one.

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          • #6
            I have a pair of Hatch Friskmaster's. They work pretty well and are cut resistant. They're worth a shot and cost about $40. The idea of the latex gloves is nice too, I use them alot if I need gloves and I am not worried about getting cut or if someone is a bloody mess.

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            • #7
              http://www.franklinsports.com/fsm/b2...rce/index.html

              Great gloves and reasonable pricing! I use antibacterial soap on the gloves after each shift, although its still a good idea to buy new ones every couple of months.
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              • #8
                Not sure if this helps or not, but I have been in law enforcement for over six years now and have had my fair share of gloves. I have found that baseball (batting gloves)gloves work very well. They protect your hands yet are thin enough that you can still pull the trigger if you need to and feel everything that is inside ones pocket. Hope this helps.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by rook21 View Post
                  Hatch FM2000. My favs.....ordered several pair of them cause i keep losing one.
                  I love my hatch gloves (have leather search with Kevlar cut resistance probably same ones) - I thought they wouldn't let me "feel" everything, but wow - get them nice and tight, and you can feel a lint ball in a pocket. Since they are leather, when I touch a dirt bag and his/her fluids, I just use bleach wipes, sanitizer, etc on them. Wash them with soap when needed and let them dry out.

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