Dragon Fire Alpha X Gauntlet Glove

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  1. Great gloves

    Posted by Kelly on 29th Dec 2015

    These gloves are durable and fairly easy to get on and off at a fire scene compared to several other models I have tested. The size stays true and they are pretty durable (so far, anyways).

$79.99 $65.00
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Dragon Fire
SKU:
XGLOVE-G
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Product Description

Dragon Fire Alpha X Structural Firefighting Glove

Certified by SEI to latest NFPA 1971 standard (2007 edition)

Full and complete natural leather outer shell

  • premium Italian top grain cow and swine hide
  • no fabric utilized on outer shell
  • unequaled wet grip strength
  • strategic wear and grip pads on finger tips/thumb
  • excellent cut/rip/abrasion resistance
  • overall anatomically correct ergonomic design

Thermal urethane vapor barrier

  • proprietary formulation specifically designed for the fire service
  • robotic welded seams (not glued)
  • 350% elongation prior to burst (memory free performance)
  • degradation (melt point) well above NFPA requirements
  • superior liquid penetration resistance
  • multiple sizes to accommodate various glove sizing

Kovenex thermal liner

Unique features

  • extreme dexterity with no sacrifice of protection
  • glove refuses to harden or stiffen and remains soft/pliable after repeated use
  • hand is effortlessly able to be inserted and removed when glove and or hand is wet or sweaty
  • liner remains intact (no pull out) and is guaranteed
  • critical palm and back of hand (greater knuckle region) have highest obtainable certification TPP rating of greater than 60
  • all sizes and configurations in stock and ready to ship
  • each pair packaged with versatile reusable utility bag
  • wristlet option available

 

 

Product Reviews

Write Review

  1. Great gloves

    Posted by Kelly on 29th Dec 2015

    These gloves are durable and fairly easy to get on and off at a fire scene compared to several other models I have tested. The size stays true and they are pretty durable (so far, anyways).