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These gloves provide big-time freedom of movement via cut outs and relief areas while still protecting your fingers and hands with good quality leather.  But bionic?  They don’t feature any of the super-cool gizmo tech I think of when I hear “bionic.”  Bummer.

They’re made from top-grade, water-resistant leather and feature cutout “motion zones” over the knuckles that provide flexibility for better fit and comfort.  Nylon areas near the webs of the fingers deliver enhanced “breathability” to help your hands stay cool and sweat-free, and relief pads built into the fingertips of the first three fingers and the palm improve grip strength, reduce hand fatigue, and provide more control when handling tools.

I still think anything called “bionic” should give you mad Superman strength or the ability to fly, but I guess I’ll settle for keeping my hands from getting skinned up.   Street pricing starts at $35.

Heavy Duty Work Gloves [Bionic Gloves]
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2 Responses to Bionic? Maybe Not. A Nice Pair Of Gloves? Sure.

  1. eschoendorff says:

    Damn… I’ve been looking for another pair of gloves. But at $35???? Hell, I USE my gloves and for $35 I’d be afraid to tear them.

  2. Bruce says:

    Great site! Came here via a link from one of my readers.

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