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[Cabelas] Mechanix Men’s FastFit Work Gloves $9.99

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[Cabelas] Mechanix Men’s FastFit Work Gloves $9.99

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Dec 1, 2010
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Like the Fastfit, black Mech are my go-to when I leave the house.
Nice find, too bad shipping ($9.95) kills it for me
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Jan 21, 2008
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Can't find the sizing chart

Edit: Sizing chart is here
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Jun 12, 2007
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Great gloves, use them for outdoor workouts.
Find them comfier than the Velcro straps
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Apr 17, 2015
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Toronto, ON
Not bad gloves. Last pair my index finger wore through. Could use another pair or two..
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May 25, 2009
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What do you use these for?
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Feb 14, 2008
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Thanks OP ... some good deals at Cabela's now, even better than BF. Some deals are not available online though and are in-store only. I picked up some Raber mitts for our Northern Ontario winters: https://www.cabelas.ca/product/23282/ra ... -knit-cuff for $24.99. Was hoping to get the venerable Arctic3 Mitts for $39.99 but they are in store only: https://www.cabelas.ca/product/6981/rab ... tic-3-mitt. Free shipping on $150 order with code "warmup".
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Apr 7, 2015
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fightbriz wrote: What do you use these for?
They're work gloves that give you a bit more dexterity than if you were using thicker hide gloves like the Terra ones Costco carries. They do wear out more quickly though, so they're what you'd use for, say, driving a tractor or changing your oil, but you'd switch to leathers if you do anything that puts more wear on your gloves like handling lumber or reefing on anything

If you don't actually need work gloves very often and you only do light work when you do, you'd probably be fine buying these. If you're a floor laborer at a lumber mill you'd go through a pair of these a day because that's not what they're for.

Generally you know what kind of gloves you need if you need them for industry

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