CL Tactical Patrol Gloves (CE Approved)

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CL Tactical Patrol Gloves (CE Approved)

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The CL Tactical Patrol are a CE Rated glove that not only meet the below standards they are also lightweight and suitable for using with rifles and everyday tasks.


Certified to CE EN 388 (4-2-4-3)


Abrasion Resistance 4 out of 4


Cut Resistance 2 out of 5


Tear Resistance 4 out of 4


Puncture Resistance 3 out of 4

£39.99
£39.99
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The CL Tactical Patrol are a CE Rated glove that not only meet the below standards they are also lightweight and suitable for using with rifles and everyday tasks.

Although designed for Law Enforcement and the Military it is ideal in the following area’s

Mountaineering, Mountain Rescue, Helirescue, Rope Access, Fire Brigades, Cable Evacuation, working in confined spaces, Ferrata and more

The rear of the glove is manufactured with breathable elasticated nylon and is also abrasion resistant.

2 Elastic strips allow torches, whistles etc to be attached securley and give you easy access to them.

The Lightweight Tactical gloves combine the strength of a work glove with the precision and sensitivity of a tactical belay glove.

Reinforced thumb and index finger, with special rubber for durability during rope handling.

The thumb and index finger is reinforced with a special rubber for durability but still sensitive enough when using rifles and heavy machine guns.

Elastic Wrist with Velcro Closure.

The double-layered leather split palm allows control of weapons and other items and protects the most exposed parts of the hand.

 

Certified to CE EN 388 (4-2-4-3)

Abrasion Resistance 4 out of 4

Cut Resistance 2 out of 5

Tear Resistance 4 out of 4

Puncture Resistance 3 out of 4

 

The Abrasion Test

A rotating glass grit paper is applied to the glove surface under a controlled pressure. The rating reflects the number of cycles required to break through the material.

 

The Tear Test

Resistance is measured by using a machine called a "Tensometer," which pulls the glove sample apart at a controlled speed. The material receives a rating based on the amount of force required to tear it apart. 

Cut Test

A sharp circular blade cycles back and forth over the glove sample under controlled pressure until it cuts through. Cut level results are obtained by comparing the number of cycles to tests done on reference materials. 

The Puncture Test A rounded-tip probe (similiar to a very thick nail) is forced through the glove material at a controlled speed. The material is rated by how much force is required to break through the fabric. 

 

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