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Defender Gloves Defender Gloves
EUR 20.33
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BW Combat Gloves flecktarn used BW Combat Gloves flecktarn used
From EUR 33.54
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21 %
SWAT Tactical Fingerless Gloves SWAT Tactical Fingerless Gloves
EUR 17.28 EUR 13.65
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German Army Gloves Summer Used German Army Gloves Summer Used
EUR 10.16
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Army Gloves black Army Gloves black
EUR 15.24
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Mechanix Gloves Element black Mechanix Gloves Element black
EUR 39.65
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10 %
Army Gloves olive green Army Gloves olive green
EUR 15.24 EUR 13.72
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German Cold Weather Gloves flecktarn Used German Cold Weather Gloves flecktarn Used
EUR 30.49
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Thermal Gloves black Thermal Gloves black
EUR 16.26
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Mechanix Gloves Recon black Mechanix Gloves Recon black
EUR 50.83
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BW Leather Finger Gloves gray BW Leather Finger Gloves gray
EUR 23.38
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Gloves Tactical Pro Leather Gloves Tactical Pro Leather
EUR 25.41
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Neoprene Gloves black Neoprene Gloves black
EUR 13.21
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Mechanix Wear Gloves M-Pact2 Covert Mechanix Wear Gloves M-Pact2 Covert
EUR 40.66 EUR 39.65
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30 %
Icebreaker Quantum Gloves black Icebreaker Quantum Gloves black
EUR 42.70 EUR 29.89
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Army Gloves dark coyote Army Gloves dark coyote
EUR 15.24
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Hunting Gloves black Hunting Gloves black
EUR 10.16
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Woolpower Wrist Warmers 200 Woolpower Wrist Warmers 200
EUR 30.49
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Oakley Pilot 2.0 Gloves black Oakley Pilot 2.0 Gloves black
EUR 84.38
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MFH Fleece Gloves black MFH Fleece Gloves black
EUR 12.19
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<h2>Always well-equipped with ASMC gloves</h2>
<p>Find the right glove for every situation, such as work, driving, motorcycling, or outdoor activities. ASMC shows you what matters and what to look out for.</p>
<li><a style="text-decoration: underline; color: #000000;" href="https://www.asmc.de"><strong>What should I consider when using gloves?</strong></a></li>
<li><a style="text-decoration: underline; color: #000000;" href="https://www.asmc.de"><strong>Which glove is right for me?</strong></a></li>
<li><a style="text-decoration: underline; color: #000000;" href="https://www.asmc.de"><strong>Questions and Answers (FAQs)</strong></a></li>
<h2>What should I consider when using gloves?</h2>
<p>There are usually no special considerations for first-time glove users. However, it is advisable to carefully read the instructions for use. Often these contain specific care instructions or manufacturer application instructions. In addition, important information may be included, such as warnings about activities where gloves should not be used (e.g., due to lack of grip when driving). Fortunately, brand manufacturers such as Sealskinz, Invader Gear, or Mechanix Wear typically clearly mark important information using common symbols.</p>
<p><strong>Tip:</strong> Wash your hands before putting on gloves to reduce the formation of unpleasant odors. The hand, as one of the most important tools of the human being, should be protected by gloves from cold, heat, friction, or chemical influences, while also improving functionality. Before putting on gloves, check if the lining or inner glove is twisted. If there is a closure mechanism (such as Velcro, snap, or zipper), it is important to use it correctly.</p>
<h2>Which glove is right for me?</h2>
<p>The choice of the right glove depends mainly on its intended use. The primary distinguishing features include:</p>
<h3>Outdoor gloves for outdoor activities</h3>
<p>For outdoor activities, certain features are essential. These gloves should be water-repellent, breathable, and well-insulated to provide optimal protection in changing weather conditions. Materials such as Gore-Tex or neoprene are ideal for this purpose, as they provide a good compromise between thermal insulation and moisture management.</p>
<h3>Tactical gloves for military use</h3>
<p>Tactical gloves are used in military or law enforcement settings. They are characterized by their robustness and provide good grip as well as protection against mechanical influences. Reinforcements on palms and fingers provide additional protection and increased durability.</p>
<p>After determining the main area of use, you can continue to choose between different glove shapes:</p>
<h3>Mittens or mitts</h3>
<p>With mittens or mitts, all fingers except the thumb are enclosed in a common inner chamber.</p>
<h3>Convertible mittens</h3>
<p>Convertible mittens provide a combination of fingerless gloves and mittens. A foldable sheath allows your fingertips to be quickly exposed when needed, which is useful for fine motor work.</p>
<h3>Finger gloves</h3>
<p>Finger gloves are characterized by each finger having its own separate sheath. This construction allows for increased mobility and sensitivity, which is particularly important for activities requiring precise handling. They provide an ideal combination of protection and flexibility and are therefore suitable for a variety of activities, from everyday tasks to specific professional requirements.</p>
<h3>Half gloves or fingerless gloves</h3>
<p>Half gloves or fingerless gloves leave your fingertips free and are suitable for tasks where tactile sensation is important.</p>
<p>When choosing gloves, it is important that they are not too tight to avoid impairing circulation and causing cold fingers. Many gloves are constructed with multiple layers to better insulate according to the onion layer principle. Gloves for mechanical protection are designed to prevent injuries such as blisters, calluses, abrasions, cuts, and punctures. They are usually designed as finger gloves to ensure independent finger movement. To determine the right size, measure the hand circumference at the level of the finger knuckles, excluding the thumb. The appropriate glove size can then be read from a size chart.</p>
<h2>What materials are available?</h2>
<p>In addition to choosing the right size, there is also the dilemma of choosing the right material. You can choose between common materials such as polyester, neoprene, acrylic, as well as artificial (synthetic) and natural leather. For special applications, there are special fabrics, such as so-called fire-resistant Nomex-leather blends, absolutely waterproof fabrics such as MVT fabric made of nylon and Lycra, or cold protection gloves made of polyester and cotton with warm Thinsulate lining. Nubs applied to the materials often further improve grip.</p>
<h2>Questions: Gloves</h2>
<h3>Why do I always have cold hands and what can I do about it?</h3>
<p>Our hands are traversed by many blood vessels that contract in cold weather. In addition to the hands, feet, ears, nose, and chin are also affected. Due to the reduced circulation of the extremities, the core of the body can still be supplied with sufficient warm blood, while hands and feet quickly cool down. The skin on the hands is usually thin and lacks insulating fat. Since the hands also have a relatively large surface area, a lot of heat is lost here. In addition to physical factors, psychological problems such as stress or anxiety can also cause blood vessels to contract and make your hands freeze. Circulation can be stimulated by eating spicy foods such as red pepper, Tabasco, chili, or paprika powder. To prevent cold hands, you should train the blood vessels, for example, by taking alternating showers or doing cardiovascular exercise. Sauna visits also promote circulation. It is also important to ensure relaxation in everyday life because in stressful situations, adrenaline and noradrenaline are released, which can cause vessels to constrict.</p>
<p><strong>Extra tip:</strong> Sprinkling cayenne pepper on your hands can also bring warmth. But be careful: This should only be used sparingly, as it can cause skin irritation and be particularly dangerous in the eye area.</p>