Fingerless Prowl Glove
Out in Arizona, we spend a ton of time glassing on different mountains and the durability and dexterity these gloves provide are perfect. I’ve used merino fingerless gloves before, but our deserts have a ridiculous amount of sharp objects that got suck in those. NOT a problem with these! Very durable, and well made! Extremely happy with this purchase.
These fingerless gloves are well made, but as thick and tough as bike gloves, or Outdoor Research's gloves. They are well suited for Bush crafting or rope climbing, but perfect for rock climbing.
Had my doubts but this glove delivers. Fit is perfect and gives you just enough warmth to keep full dexterity in anything +5C.
Purchased fingerless tactical gloves in L/XL . I had to stretch them to manage. I trust in time they will stretch a bit but I believe measurements should be used to size. They might be a L but they are not XL.
Very comfortable with a true to size fit. No fingers lend themselves to more dexterity and easier packing in the base of the eberlestock bino harness.
First off let me start by saying I’m a huge fan of this company and love everything about their bags. I received the fingerless prowl gloves and was really impressed with the fit and look of these gloves. However after a single use the stitching around the fingers started to fray. I took the gloves off and noticed the stitching on the left thumb was missing almost half of the way down. Sitting on a flat range and shooting for an hour or two shouldn’t ruin a pair of gloves especially from Eberlestock. These held up worse than a cheap pair of gloves from Amazon.
like the fingerless design and attention to detail in the construction.
These gloves are very comfortable, especially when shooting a firearm. I have used in the field several times and they seem to hold up ok. I’ve had a few stitches come out but nothing major. Great for mild temperatures, but definitely not ideal for colder weather.
Nice gloves for open cockpit flight, especially when using touch-screen navigation tools like the Garmin 650/750.