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DescriptionDon't sacrifice comfort and mobility for protection! These high quality Black Mesh and Leather training gloves are a necessity in any active lifestyle. These highly functional black leather and mesh gloves are perfect for the avid weight-lifter or athlete, or even simply for use while driving or any other forms of manual labor to prevent callousing of the palms. These versatile training gloves are also great for gardening and yard work. These black mesh and leather gloves feature comfortable and durable top grain black leather palms and soft cotton mesh backs for air circulation. The elastic velcro closure provides an adjustable and exact fit for any man, woman or child. These Black Leather and Mesh Training Gloves are on sale now for more than half their original price. Order today while supplies last! Sizes range from M to 2X, but please take into account when ordering that these gloves may run small.
Fingerless gloves are often padded in the palm area, to provide protection to the hand, and the exposed fingers do not interfere with sensation or gripping. In contrast to traditional gloves, often worn for warmth, fingerless gloves will often have a ventilated back to allow the hands to cool; this is commonly seen in weightlifting gloves.
Fingerless gloves are also worn by bikers as a means to better grip the handlebars, as well as by skateboarders and roller bladers, to protect the palms of the hands and add grip in the event of a fall. Some anglers, particularly fly fishermen, favor fingerless gloves to allow manipulation of line and tackle in cooler conditions.
Fingerless gloves are usually leather and have a distinct appearance. Much like rocker jackets, they are sometimes worn by people who wish to display a certain sense of rebellion, recklessness, "toughness" or general disregard for the standards of society (such as John Bender in The Breakfast Club). This is why they are quite common in heavy metal and punk fashion, for example Billy Idol, and are sometimes decorated with metal studs or spikes. Some non-conformist individuals, notably Michael Jackson, would wear a single glove on one hand leaving the other hand glove-less.
A woolen variety became popular in the early 1980s, largely due to the example of English pop star Nik Kershaw.
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Black Leather and Mesh Training Gloves