A tactical glove that is both reliable and durable, without giving up the mobility of lighter wear alternatives. First Tactical's Slash & Flash Hard Knuckle Glove boasts a Kevlar® lined palm that is Level II certified and a flame resistant Nomex® jersey so you can be ready for any situation at hand. Finished with a hard, TPR knuckle protection and TouchTac™ fingertip this design comes together to give you the most complete and functional tactical glove available.
- Machine washable goatskin palm for long·term utility
- Kevlar® lined palm
- Nomex® jersey
Cut Resistant Palm
The Kevlar® lined palm is certified to Cut Resistance Level II and provides ease of mind to operators who are handling sharp objects while on the job.
The Slash & Flash Hard Knuckle Glove features a Nomex® jersey with flame resistant silicon overprint that provides security as well as improved stretch and recovery.
TouchTac™ Fingertip Construction
The tip of the index finger does not feature Kevlar™, allowing the glove to be touchscreen friendly and more sensitive than ever before.
- Machine wash cold
- Do not bleach
- Line dry
- Do not iron
- Do not dry clean
Customers Also Purchased
Two issues I have had is that have to take a glove off to use my phone and a hole has developed on the nuckle of my right thumb. Not sure how it got there since it does not look like a rip.
These gloves do exactly that. The dexterity is the best I’ve felt so far in any tactical glove. My everyday carry is a Glock 17, X26 Taser and I use a HK G36 carbine. I’ve used the gloves operationally and on the range, and I’m more than happy with the feel. There was no loss of function with any weapon systems. The hard knuckle gives me confidence around the damaged area, and the glove is a really close comfortable fit. The styling is good, and I love the Kevlar palms as it allows me to use them as a search glove.
Slight negatives for me..
I wear an Apple Watch on my left wrist. I’ve had to alter the bezel to the left of the watch, as the glove kept pressing it. A bezel cut out the same as other models would be good.
An improved touchtip material for the fingers would be good. I can just about use a touchscreen with these, but in my role I use as much tech as weapons, so touchscreen ability is a must.
Overall pretty good, and I would recommend