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Ringers Hybrid Extrication Glove

$44.99
SKU: 3-337//Mixed Availability

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The protection of an Extrication Glove. The dexterity of a Mechanic’s Work Glove. For the Hard Work of Extrication.

A new kind of Extrication Glove. Designed to provide protection in all directions with the exceptional fit, flexibility, and grip of Ringers’ best oil-resistant work gloves. The Hybrid Extrication Glove meets stringent European PPE standards, and in the absence of U.S. standards for extrication gloves, is fully CE Certified for puncture and cut resistance. Yet these oil-resistant gloves feel and flex like a fine Mechanic’s Glove.

 
  • ResqLoc™ Grip System provide exceptional flexibility, protection and a superior grip, wet or dry.
  • Protective gel padding reduces injury, cushions against impact and vibration, and enhances grip
  • Anatomical finger design for maximum tactile feel without compromising dexterity.
  • Patented SuperCuff Technology for natural comfort and a full range of motion at the wrist
  • CE Certified Puncture- and Cut-protection

Quickly pull on your new pair and pick up something. A tool, perhaps, even a very small tool; or a slippery shard of glass. You’ll get a firm grip: full control and nothing more. The Ringers ResqLoc™ Grip System covers a Clarino® synthetic leather palm and fingers with a single gel-padded Armortex® Kevlar® “quilt” that’s hinged to bend where your hand bends, and deeply textured for a superior grip, wet or dry, even on oily surfaces.

It cushions vibration and protects against hot surfaces, sharp edges, and other hazards—without slowing you down. Molded TPR (thermoplastic rubber) pads armor the entire back of the hand against impact and edges. The full-length finger/knuckle bumpers are jointed for unhindered flexibility.

SuperCuff™. Super comfort. A soft, breathable, extended Neoprene Wrist Closure stretches to let you pull the glove on in seconds and helps keep out liquids, broken glass, and debris. Ringer’s patented SuperCuff technology reduces pressure at the wrist for full motion and a more comfortable fit.

Hi-Vis Yellow and Black with 3M reflective trim makes these gloves easy to see in any light. 
 

Features:

  • ResqLoc™ Grip System:
    • Flexible, deeply textured, oil-, heat-, and cut-resistant Armortex® Kevlar® palm, thumb, and fingers
    • Gel-padded and Kevlar stitched thread to provide exceptional protection and a superior grip, wet or dry
  • Protective gel padding reduces injury, cushions against impact and vibration, and enhances grip
  • Anatomical finger design for maximum tactile feel without compromising dexterity
  • Patented SuperCuff Technology for natural comfort and a full range of motion at the wrist
  • Direct inject TPR (Thermal Plastic Rubber) panels provide impact and cut protection on top of hand
  • Full-length TPR finger panels are deeply jointed for complete flexibility and maximum protection against impact, pinching, and sharp edges
  • Hi-Visibility dorsal area with 3M Reflective markings on fingers for increased visibility and safety
  • Reinforced stitching and hidden seams for extreme durability and maximum wear
  • Soft, durable premium Clarino synthetic leather base layer on palm, thumb, and fingers. Special Teflon® man-made leather protector helps shed water, dirt, and oil; resists staining
  • Machine washable; air dry for convenient, easy care
  • CE Certified Puncture and Cut protection
 

Measure your hand with a tape measure around the knuckles of your hand (indicated by the red line in the illustration). Measure your dominant hand - the right if you are right-handed, and the left if you are left-handed, then determine your Ringers Glove size using the list below.

Sizes/Palm Width:
  • X-Small: 6.5" - 7"
  • Small: 7.5" - 8"
  • Medium: 8.5" - 9"
  • Large: 9.5" - 10.5"
  • X-Large: 10.5" - 11.5"
  • 2X-Large: 11.5" - 12.5"

Ratings & Reviews

3 reviews

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Not for everyday use and they tear easily.

Ringer Hybrid - Suburban Fire Department

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I bought these gloves last year from here and have been using these gloves for going on 8 months now. My experience so far with these gloves has been fantastic. During a blizzard last January I attended 4 10-50PIs in a stretch of 40 minutes. By time I got to the last PI, a roll over, I had lost some of my focus and was in more of rush than I should have been. As I began to approach the SUV involved in the rollover (which landed erect) the State Trooper on scene informed me that the patient involved indicated no injuries had occurred that he was wishing to SOR. As I approached I noticed the car had very little damage and that the driver's side window appeared to be open. With haste I leaned down and placed my hands on the window sill to talk to the patient. As soon I leaned down I heard the patient say ""Oh watch out"" and point towards my hands. The window was infact open because it had been completely busted out in the rollover. I had placed my palms directly into two inch-and-a-half long shards of blade shaped glass. I felt nothing and no damage was done. Though I felt stupid these gloves saved me from a trip to the hospital and that alone has justified my purchase. In terms of more practical use, They have good dexterity especially for their level of protection. I have no problem using Cutters/Spreaders/Rams with these gloves in addition to more fine skills like using seatbelt cutters or setting up Paratech struts. I have also used these gloves for overhaul of structure and car fires and can attest to that fact that they seem to have some degree of heat protection, though I would never trust these gloves for anything that is less than a decayed smolder. My gloves show no signs of wear and have seen a pretty moderate amount of use. I've hand washed them a couple dozen times in the sink to remove ash and car accident matter and they still look fairly new and hold their shape unlike some other extrication gloves I have seen. My only complaint may be that the crush protection seems less effective than some other gloves. The padding seems lighter than some other Ringer and HexArmor gloves I have worn, but also these gloves do seem lighter to have more dexterity. In Summary: I trust these gloves and they have preformed to a level which I have required.

Q&A's:

"Does this come as a pair?"

Hello. Yes, they come as a pair.

"Do these gloves fall under NFPA 1971 standards? If not, does anyone know where I can find a good pair of tactical/extrication gloves that is NFPA 1971?"

Short answer for your question is NO, second part of your question does anybody know of a pair of gloves used for structural, wild-land and extrication? Yes we sell a glove the Pro-Tech 8: Fusion that does all of the above =,

"How do I find the right size? I cant locate the sizing chart. I'm an average sized 6'2 and weigh 190. I'm assuming large but I'd rather be safe than sorry."

Measure your hand with a tape measure around the knuckles of your hand. Measure your dominant hand - the right if you are right-handed, and the left if you are left-handed, then determine your Ringers Glove size using the chart below. X-SMALL 6.5"" - 7"" SMALL 7.5"" - 8"" MEDIUM 8.5"" - 9"" LARGE 9.5"" - 10.5"" X-LARGE 10.5 - 11.5"" XX-LARGE 11.5"" - 12.5""

"Is this the new model? because the main picture shows the old model (Blue pads), but on the description you can see the new model. Which one is it?"

The blue version is the new model. The other picture has been removed.

"I have used the sizing chart that you have provided but I am still unsure of what size to get. The chart indicates that I should be wearing a med. glove with a 8.75"" measurement.However, my structural fire gloves are a XL, and fit amazing. Do those gloves fit about the same as structural gloves?"

Chris, I would go with the medium, that's the sizing chart that Ringers uses, there should be some difference in the rescue glove and the structural gloves.I will send you another manufacturer sizing chart and you can make your choice then. Look for a separate e mail for that chart.

"how much heat can these handle"

Good question, we don't have a clue, they were made to be worn as an extrication glove or as a mechanics glove, not to be worn in any type heat, fire etc