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RucPac Professional Tech Gloves (Medium)

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RucPac Professional Tech Gloves (Medium)
Key Features
  • Ideal for Tech Equipment Operators
  • Weather Resistant & Insulated
  • Rubberized Palm Grip
  • Touchscreen Compatible
Keep your hands warm while operating your camera or other modern equipment in cold weather with the Pro Tech Gloves from RucPac in size medium. They are equipped with a rubberized palm to provide a sure grip and the thumb and forefingers on each hand are touchscreen compatible, making outdoor work easy. Tough stitching ensures maximum comfort and durability even when you're not working with a camera or other equipment. This size medium will fit hand circumferences measuring 7.9 to 8.7", and is thin enough to use as a base layer under heavier gloves, like RucPac's Extreme Tech Gloves, for even more warmth and protection from the elements.
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RucPac Professional Tech Gloves Overview

Keep your hands warm while operating your camera or other modern equipment in cold weather with the Pro Tech Gloves from RucPac in size medium. They are equipped with a rubberized palm to provide a sure grip and the thumb and forefingers on each hand are touchscreen compatible, making outdoor work easy. Tough stitching ensures maximum comfort and durability even when you're not working with a camera or other equipment. This size medium will fit hand circumferences measuring 7.9 to 8.7", and is thin enough to use as a base layer under heavier gloves, like RucPac's Extreme Tech Gloves, for even more warmth and protection from the elements.

UPC: 718193232121

RucPac Professional Tech Gloves Specs

Physical
SizeUnisex M:
7.9 to 8.7" / 20.0 to 22.0 cm
Material of ConstructionNylon
WeightNot Specified by Manufacturer
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.12 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)9.5 x 4.1 x 0.95"

RucPac Professional Tech Gloves Reviews

comfortable and useful

By Dave
Rated 4 out of 5
Date: 2022-06-08

These are comfortable gloves and the fingertips work on smartphones and the like. Although I have not been able to test in real cold weather yet I did wear them for about an hour and they were very comfortable

Powerful little gloves at -11 F

By Shelly
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2022-01-14

Not exactly for extreme cold ,but i was VERY pleased with these gloves at -7 to -11 degrees Fahrenheit, they kept my hands warm enough to take pictures of the birds i was after and then put one or both hands in pocket with heat packs every once and a while I really like that you don't have to expose your fingers with the tactile fingertips in that kind of cold weather. , Since they are so thin makes it easy to hold camera and use controls. (if you get cold easily, might not be for you), but I highly recommend these gloves for anyone serious enough to be out in those temps. With that being said, there was no wind while i was shooting, so no wind chill factor added here

wow, very impressed

By Jan
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2022-01-11

Just what I needed. Great first layer for the glove system

OK, but not worth the price

By David
Rated 3 out of 5
Date: 2022-01-06

These aren't quality gloves and aren't worth the price (or anywhere close to it). I only bought a pair because they were on sale. They aren't super warm, and they started to pile out of the box. I don't expect them to hold up.

Not what I expected but works.

By Daniel
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2022-01-03

I thought this had the fingers exposed if I wanted too. But it's just a conductive pad on the finger and thumb for the touch screens. But they are thin and warm for mild cold, not for subzero weather.

Work very well! Perfect for photography.

By John
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2021-12-24

My hands are small and stubby. The small size I bought were the first gloves to fit my hands in my entire life. I always had to take off my gloves to do anything! With these gloves, I can take the keys out of my pocket and open my front door while wearing them. I can use them on my laptop's touchpad and touch screen. They are equipped with rubber grips on the palms and fingers so I can handle my valuable camera and lenses safely in ice and snow. They are thin enough that I can comfortably wear them under regular gloves on bitter, cold, days and remove the outer gloves to do my work with them on.

Photographers' Glove

By Jeffrey
Rated 3 out of 5
Date: 2022-03-25

They work well with the special end on the fore-finger and thumb. However, they did little to keep my hands warm in 45-50 degree temperatures.

Use as liners or alone in mild temps

By Matthew
Rated 4 out of 5
Date: 2022-02-13

I am able to work all the controls and the touch screen while wearing these gloves, but please understand that these gloves alone will not keep your hands warm in temps below 40 F. If it's in the 40s, I keep hand warmers in my pockets and the gloves are thin enough to allow me to re-warm my hands every 5 or so minutes. If it's below 40, I wear these as liners under my Heat Company softshell mittens with warmers inserted in the mittens. I don't get the sense that these gloves will last a long time, but I haven't had them long enough or used them enough to say for sure.

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