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Petzl Cordex Gloves Tan

Petzl Cordex Gloves Tan
Item #: PCG
$34.95
Lightweight belay/rappel gloves

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$34.95

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These lightweight belay/rappel gloves combine the durability of a work glove with the precise fit and dexterity of a fine driving glove. Double-layered leather protects the palm and other high-wear areas. The back is made of abrasion resistant, breathable stretch nylon, ensuring comfort and fit. The low profile neoprene cuff with Velcro closure features a reinforced carabiner hole for attaching the gloves to your harness.

• Ergonomic cut for high dexterity without being too tight
• Made of high quality leather for the perfect balance between durability and dexterity
• Durable double layer of leather in high-wear areas: fingertips, palm, between thumb and index finger
• Back made of breathable stretch nylon for excellent fit and ventilation
• Neoprene cuff with Velcro closure
• Carabiner hole to attach gloves to harness
Additional Information

Additional Information

Weight 0.35 lb.
Brand Petzl
Reviews

Customer Reviews

climber/owner: Little Tree Care Review by Charles F. Little
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Phenomenal glove. Comfy from the first time I put one on (2004-2005). Being a big fan of most of Petzl's products this is no let down. An awesome performer-due in no small part to the leather being goat hide. Hint I tend to get an XL though a large will fit comfortably. After they get wet a few times(sweat, rain, etc) they do shrink a little as will all leather gloves.. gonna try the newer Cordex Plus next. Only draw back is the price- I started buying these at $19/pair, now the bitches are $40! W.T.F? (Posted on 8/11/2014)
Great if a hole doesn't wear to fast Review by Jerry Drake
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I REALLY like the gloves. I have used them for going on five years. I would get at least a months worth of work out of a pair. It didn't happen for a year or so, but I would open a new pair. And get less than one weeks worth of work before a hole would wear in a finger tip. 3 different times it has happened in day of first use. I am assuming that the leather in the area from the hole is a thinner leather. They should check the thickness of the leather in the fingertips before finishing making the glove. When a hole gets wore, I throw it away and get a new one. But that gets expensive at $20 a hand because of a hole wore to fast. (Posted on 3/3/2014)