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Magpul CORE Technical Gloves – Coming Soon

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Hot on the heels of the announcement of the CORE Flight Gloves, Magpul has just announced the upcoming CORE Technical Gloves. Billed by Magpul as the most lightweight and tactile glove in their lineup, the CORE Technical Glove features a synthetic suede palm, a terrycloth backed thumb area, touchscreen capability, and an elastic wrist closure to keep out debris.

Features

  • Lightweight, durable glove without compromising dexterity
  • Tough synthetic suede palm and inner finger construction for wet or dry grip on all firearms
  • Narrow, minimalistic fore finger for easy access and better control of firearms triggers
  • Terrycloth backed thumb area to quickly remove fogging on hunting optics and glasses
  • Three-finger touchscreen capability
  • Elastic wrist closure keeps out debris
  • 100% synthetic
  • Subdued branding for better camouflage and concealment
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    The CORE Technical Gloves will be available in Black, Charcoal, and Coyote.

    www.magpul.com/products/magpul-core-technical-gloves

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    10 Responses to “Magpul CORE Technical Gloves – Coming Soon”

    1. Matt says:

      Magpul is smart to try to break into the Mechanix monopoly. However, two points. First, I’m not seeing any knuckle protection. Is it there and I’m not just seeing it? Second, with magpul using different materials for different areas, will the connection seams be durable? Some of my gloves I’ve had in the past have problems there. Where the seams of the different materials come together they start wearing out first there. Anyways. Just a thought.

    2. Bill says:

      Does Magpul want to break into the Mechanix/Hatch/Damascus/Oakley/Outdoor Research/Ringers/Turtleskins and a couple others I’m sure I’ve forgotten market?

    3. bulldog76 says:

      i trigger finger tipless option would be nice

    4. Jeremy says:

      I would rather have more fingertip sensitivity in the finger tip than touch screen compatability. Maybe 3 years ago, touch screen use was something that I might want. But these days, most screens can be used with a standard glove.
      But I’ll give Magpul the benefit of the doubt, since they always seem to turn out a good product.

    5. Lasse says:

      “Subdued branding for better camouflage and concealment”

      From who? Any I hate to break it to you, but you are making a BLACK glove. You know… Target indicator black? The color that doesn’t really occur in nature? That color that is the absolute worst for camo?

      I’m sure it’s a nice glove, but this is some really poorly thought out sentence for PR use in my opinion.

    6. Jayson says:

      love Magpul and love a good, useful glove…

      Hell of a lot of work on that Vincent to figure out that after all these years it still has 50hp…still sounds great though

      • Magpul says:

        This one had more than the stock 50hp.

        “The Blue Bike” –

        The Blue Bike is a highly modified 1948 Vincent Series B Rapide built and ridden by Marty Dickerson at Bonneville in 1953, shattering the Class C record and completing a two-way run that averaged 147 mph. During that run, he cracked the elusive 150 mph barrier in one direction. The 147.72 mph AMA record held for a remarkable 20 years until a Yoshimura Kawasaki Z1 finally broke it in 1973, with a speed of 155 mph.