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Patrol Incident Gear (PIG) Releases Full Dexterity Tactical Gloves ECHO gloves specifically designed for women shooters

We are excited to announce the arrival of the newest glove in our PIG lineup, the Full Dexterity Tactical (FDT) Echo Women’s Utility Glove!

This premium slip-on tactical glove offers the most popular features from the PIG glove line, with a superior high-dexterity fit that uses gender-specific patterns for Women.

-Touchscreen compatible forefinger and thumb
-Fold-over finger construction to eliminate fingertip discomfort
-Multi-piece palm for superior hand fit
-Single-layer palm for unequaled firearm grip
-Bar-tacked paracord pull loop
-Silicon print on the palm for enhanced grip on slippery surfaces
-Elastic wrist for quick don and doff sequence
-Available in Black, Coyote, Ranger Green & Carbon Grey

Designed as a lightweight “Utility” glove, if you use your tactical shooting gloves both on and off the range, the PIG FDT Echo Utility Glove is the best solution on the Women’s market for ease of use, durability and the tactile-dexterity you need to make your shot count!

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6 Responses to “Patrol Incident Gear (PIG) Releases Full Dexterity Tactical Gloves ECHO gloves specifically designed for women shooters”

  1. Ranger Rick says:

    Surpsed that pink or violet are not offered as a color option.

  2. PTMcCain says:

    And again…no XXL size, or XXXL … yes, I know they are intended to “fit tight” but some of us actually do have huge monster sized hands and need XXL and XXXL sized gloves.

  3. Dellis says:

    I know a lot of women shooters, ok really maybe 12….but none of them and I mean zero wear xxl or xxxl gloves.

    I mean this glove is mainly intended for lady shooters right?

  4. LGonSoldierSystems says:

    How do any of the PIG line of gloves work as a patrol glove? I like the knuckle slot features on them.

    • BLyon says:

      As most reviews out there will state, they are fantastic in fit and dexterity, but are overall a shooting glove. Hard use will be met with split seams, fraying fingertips etc. However, SKD has always been upfront in marketing them as a consumable item.

      As an owner of a pair of alphas, I can vouch that while they are a higher dollar mechanix alternative, I hardly notice them with them on and have a much better handle on admin tasks and getting in and out of my gear. Hell, even tying shoes and using touch devices is simple. However, I’d never use these in a hard working environment without some backup pairs in waiting.