dgbot Posted November 13, 2014 Share #1 Posted November 13, 2014 (edited) My anti cut gloves arrived yesterday. I ordered the larges side they had. At first glance they resemble the throw away gloves that they use at work. However, when i looked them over they were thicker material and all Kelvar. The material looks like it was knitted. This could be good or bad depending on your point of view. I have a pair of heavy duty gloves I use for work and after a short time my hands start getting clammy and because they are thick my sense of touch is dulled. This is important when you are using a blade that can fillet a fish very easily and are working to tight tolerances, A miscut can be expensive. I wore them yesterday and tested them out. My hands were not clammy and because of the PVC dots on the surface helped to keep everything secure. Because of the weave they will not protect your hands from splinters or a piercing cut. But they should do well. For the occasional mishap. I remember back home there was a gentleman who lived near us who did wood carving for a hobby. He had a mishap while going through the part he encountered a hard spot and then a soft one, Needless to say his wife was more upset than he was. 35 stitches later and about 6 months of therapy he was as good as new, the blade went through and hit the side of his hand and cut the flesh to almost to the bone. He said it was his own fault because he was holding the part in his hand without wearing protection. He would have gone through the glove but it would have slowed or stopped it from doing damage that kept his hand motionless and bandaged for about a month. Fortunately his son was old enough to work the farm while he was incapacitated. Some will laugh at me but I have been around sharp tools most of my life and I got tired wearing finger guards all the time. Thus speaks a guy who has been nicked several times. David B Edited November 13, 2014 by dgbot Landlubber Mike and cristikc 2 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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