Well, what gloves do you wear for structure gloves? I'm shopping for a new pair and just wanted some opinions of stuff other people are wearing.

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Austin

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We just started using the Shelby FDR Koala gloves with goretex...love em
Pro-Tech 8 Fusion awesome gloves
I am wearing a pair of gloves from American Firewear that are made out of Kangaroo hide. In the last 33 years I have tried many gloves and these are probably the best pair that I have found for structural firefighting. They are a bit bulky but they are very flexible with good dexterity, provide good grip, easy to wash and care for, wet or dry they are easy to put on,(a huge plus in my book)and they have not yet gotten hard, brittle or stiff. I have worn them for 3+ years now and they are still in pretty good shape so I guess because of their durability they really aren't over priced at a hundred bucks a pair.
We have the protech 8 gloves and we really like them. The fingertips are sewn in so when your gloves are wet you don't pull the lining out.
Pro-Tech 8
They are really good gloves I have them also, just watch though when they get really wet the little finger i believe it is pulls out some times.. Not sure if it may be the pair I have but when it happend it did it to both gloves..
How would you know if they are awesome all you do is traffic control,
Not anymore
Mine do the same the little finger is the only one not sewn in
what makes you mention gore-tex?
Pro Tech 8.Love em!
Shelby's...

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