Cut 3 Breathable Gloves/Liners - C3000
Cut 3 Breathable Gloves/Liners - C3000
Cut 3 Breathable Gloves/Liners - C3000
Cut 3 Breathable Gloves/Liners - C3000

Cut 3 Breathable Gloves/Liners - C3000

C3000-M

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Size
  • EN388 Cut Level 3
  • Durable fabric gloves
  • Useful as liners
  • Woven material
  • No outside coating
  • Breathable, stretching fabric

Bear Knuckles gloves are designed to fit tightly for better control and dexterity. Our sizing guide reflects a glove that will fit like a second skin. With regular break-in, the leather will expand and conform to the natural shape of your hand. If you desire a loose fitting glove, we recommend sizing up (L instead of M).

Conditioning for 1st Time Use

To achieve a perfect fit, Bear Knuckles gloves should conform tightly to your hands when wearing for the 1st time as leather will stretch.

Break-in Steps

  1. Put gloves on
  2. Spritz with water
    Note: If gloves are water/oil resistant, use mink oil or leather conditioner instead of water
  3. Wear until dry

Maintenance & Cleaning

All Bear Knuckles gloves are safe to hand or machine wash and dry. After machine washing, gloves will shrink to original size and may be stiff. Follow Break-in Steps above to recondition.

Customer Reviews

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Moonlight Welding
Alot tougher than they look

I normally use these as liners and feel good on the hands
Today I had them on doing some grinding instead of my leather gloves with a brand new 36grit sanding disc when it came off the metal and landed on top of my left thumb. It barely scuffed the thin glove when I know it would have chewed right through a leather glove!

Customer Reviews

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M
Moonlight Welding
Alot tougher than they look

I normally use these as liners and feel good on the hands
Today I had them on doing some grinding instead of my leather gloves with a brand new 36grit sanding disc when it came off the metal and landed on top of my left thumb. It barely scuffed the thin glove when I know it would have chewed right through a leather glove!