Gehmann shooting gloves have been designed and refined with the input of thousands of shooters. An example is how a Gehmann glove looks when you get it. It is sewn with the fingers and hand in a slight curved position as if the glove was in place on your rifle’s forend. This pre-shape lets the glove work for you instead of you working against the glove. A glove is one of the most productive expenditures you can make in shooting equipment. Gloves do wear out and should be replaced when necessary.
This is a lightweight glove for shooters preferring less padding around their hand. Tactile pads ensure a secure grip on the back of the hand and the palm. Great for shooters wanting less padding especially small bore shooters. Made of 65% leather, 15% ammara, 10% cotton, and 10% nylon/rubber.
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