The OE TECH Stryker Padded Knuckle Tactical Glove is another great pair of gloves from OE TECH. The Stryker gloves feature a synthetic leather palm with reinforcement and padding to keep the operators palms safe from shock and abrasions. The backhand of the glove features two way stretch spandex for flexibility and breathability. The finger tips of the glove feature a silicone anti-slip treatment to maximize the operators grip. A high density padded knuckle helps keep the operator from being injured from a impact. Hook and loop cuff closures with a molded rubber tab keep the glove secure on the operator even in a harsh and fast paced environment. The OE TECH Stryker gloves offer a high amount of protection while still being allowing the operator a free range of movement. If you play CQB or are often having to venture through hazardous areas such as thick brush then these gloves will fit the bill.
Use thus far:
Work (utilizing bolts/nuts, metals, lifting, wood, using computer); Cycling; and Driving.
I have small hands, but these fit tight on me. Normally I like a loose fit for clothing, but these would be an exception. For what I have been able to use them with/for, I have been pleased. I have a decent grip and flexibility. Most gloves (including "medium") make it difficult for me to pick small items up or do things such as tying shoes. I feel confident in these to do such tasks.
I am cautious about the material used for making the gloves. After removing them on for the first time, some black particles (perhaps from the glove) remained on my hands. This has not happened since, but it does add concern for me. I can feel the inside stitching, but (for me) I don't think about it all the time. I have noticed imprints on my hands which I have a disliking towards.
The padding over the knuckles are yet to be tested. They are not as the picture seems. In the pictures I noticed, the padding for the knuckles seem uninterrupted with some "ridges" but it is not. instead, there seems to be one long pad with smaller padding lined together, stretching from side of the hand towards the thumb. So when you flex and grip the padding on top spreads apart. If I knew about this, I'd be more hesitant on my purchase. Would the gap allow a bb to hit my knuckle? For now, I just have to wait and see.
How the gloves are described (in word) is not always how they are. I've dealt with gloves or other clothes in which promised qualities or features are not as explained or certain details are left out.
Be sure to check with return policies and reasonable ways to test gloves you buy in ways that do not damage the glove. its difficult buying online, but with this gamble - thus far- I'm on the win.
"Manageability" (ability to maneuver and use fingers for complicated tasks)
Protection where you expect it
Protection in locations stated in description
(Pending) Padding line together separate when hand is in a fist.
Stitching on inside is easily noticed.
In side design may be compromise comfortably during certain uses.
I've had these gloves for a while and they've protected my hands well from pellets. They're also very comfortable and it gives me a tighter grip on my gun which makes it easier to bring it up.
Good grip on gun
None encountered so far although your hands get a bit dirty when you get it but that's just me