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PERSONAL GEAR


PMI®


GLOVES


ROPE T ECH GLOVES - BLACK An all black version of the PMI®


Rope Tech


Glove. Superior protection without the compromise of dexterity.


Key Features: Synthetic leather (palm base layer) • Cowhide layer (finger wear points and palm) • ergonomically shaped for maximum protection and durability • Two-Way stretch spandex on top and fingers for greater mobility and breathability • Elastic cuff with pull-tab and Velcro closure • Carabiner loop stores inside for snag free operations


X-Small Weight: 7.9 oz (224 g) » Circumference: 7.0”- 7.5” » Max Length: 7.25”


GL22501 $32.80


Small Weight: 7.9 oz (224 g) » Circumference: 7.5”- 8.0” » Max Length: 7.5”


GL22502 $32.80


Medium Weight: 9.0 oz (255 g) » Circumference: 8.0”- 8.75” » Max Length: 7.75”


GL22503 $32.80


Large Weight: 9.1 oz (258 g) » Circumference: 8.75”- 9.5” » Max Length: 8.0”


GL22504 $32.80


X-Large Weight: 10.1 oz (286 g) » Circumference: 9.5”- 10.5” » Max Length: 8.25”


GL22505 $32.80


XX-Large Weight: 10.5 oz (298 g) » Circumference: 10.5”- 12.0” » Max Length: 8.5”


GL22506 $32.80 PMI®


TACT ICAL GLOVES - BLACK This all black version of the PMI®


for tactical rope operations.


Key Features: All Black for Tactical operations • 3 layers of cowhide across the palm • PMI®


Small Weight: 7.9 oz (224 g) » Circumference: 7.5”- 8.0” » Max Length: 7.5”


GL22200 $29.75


Medium Weight: 9.0 oz (255 g) » Circumference: 8.0”- 8.75” » Max Length: 7.75”


GL22201 $29.75


Large Weight: 9.1 oz (258 g) » Circumference: 8.75”- 9.5” » Max Length: 8.0”


GL22202 PMI® $29.75 HEAV YWEIGHT GLOVES - TAN


Split cowhide offers more finger protection and wear resistance for rope work and rappelling. Two extra layers of cowhide protect the main wear area.


Key Features: 3 layers of cowhide across the palm • PMI®


Small Weight: 7.9 oz (224 g) » Circumference: 7.5”- 8.0” » Max Length: 7.5”


GL22100 $29.75


Medium Weight: 9.3 oz (264 g) » Circumference: 8.0”- 8.75” » Max Length: 7.75”


GL22101 $29.75


Large Weight: 9.5 oz (269 g) » Circumference: 8.75”- 9.5” » Max Length: 8.0”


GL22102 PMI® $29.75


X-Large Weight: 9.6 oz (272 g) » Circumference: 9.5”- 10.5” » Max Length: 8.25”


GL22103 LIGHTWEIGHT RAPPEL GLOVES - WHI T E / TAN


The original PMI rope work and rappel glove, still the most popular glove on the market. Lightweight, pliable goatskin provides excellent finger dexterity while two extra layers of cowhide across the palm maximize protection where you need it most.


Key Features: Soft leathers provide easy movement • No exposed seams on the palm


X-Small Weight: 4.3 oz (122 g) » Circumference: 7.0”- 7.5” » Max Length: 7.25”


GL22001 $33.25


Small Weight: 4.7 oz (133 g) » Circumference: 7.5”- 8.0” » Max Length: 7.5”


GL22002 $33.25


Medium Weight: 4.7 oz (133 g) » Circumference: 8.0”- 8.75” » Max Length: 7.75”


GL22003 $33.25


Large Weight: 5.3 oz (150 g) » Circumference: 8.75”- 9.5” » Max Length: 8.0”


GL22004 $33.25


X-Large Weight: 5.7 oz (162 g) » Circumference: 9.5”- 10.5” » Max Length: 8.25”


GL22005 $33.25


XX-Large Weight: 5.7 oz (162 g) » Circumference: 10.5”- 12” » Max Length: 8.5”


GL22006 $33.25 $29.75 Heavyweight


gloves have thicker layers of leather for added protection from abrasion and puncture


X-Large Weight: 10.1 oz (286 g) » Circumference: 9.5”- 10.5” » Max Length: 8.25”


GL22203 $29.75 Heavyweight gloves have thicker layers of leather for added protection from abrasion and puncture Heavyweight glove is very popular


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