Polish Puma Camouflage Gloves – Unissued Military Surplus
Polish Camouflage Gloves
Old Man Winter has arrived again, and like always you’re unprepared. While last year’s jacket is still plenty useful, you’re lacking in the accessories that keep you truly warm. Everyone hates cold, wet feet so boots are a must. You’ve worn a hat out in the cold since you were a kid so you will have to consider that as well. While scarves are optional, gloves are not. Freezing fingers are no fun, and can sometimes prove painful. What better place to buy a nice pair of gloves than your friendly neighborhood Keepshooting.com.
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Polish Camouflage Gloves
Originally designed for and used by the Polish Armed Forces, the Polish camouflage gloves are unissued surplus items. That said they are in excellent condition. Each glove consists of an outer shell made from a cotton blend and an interior layer of insulation designed to keep the heat in. When worn, the gloves cover a generous portion of the forearm and even include an elastic band that is sewn into the wrist to ensure the absence of the elements. They are offered in both large and extra large sizes.
The other noteworthy thing about these gloves is their appearance. Camouflage is designed to keep oneself concealed; yet for whatever reason, it has found itself in the spotlight as it grows in popularity (talk about irony). It is also notoriously great for hiding dirt and stains. These gloves offer a one-of-a-kind camouflage pattern known as “Puma.” The Polish Armed Forces developed the Puma camouflage pattern as an experimental design in the early 1990s. Bearing resemblance to a reptile, this particular pattern is sure to turn a few heads.
Now that we’ve identified your winter wear needs, what’s stopping you from ordering these gloves. If you live on the east coast, there is no need to remind you how cold the winters can get. If you live on the west coast, the thick material makes these gloves a great choice for yard work. There is really no excuse to pass up this exceptional pair of gloves.
Consider the Polish camouflage gloves for any of the following:
I have had multiple pairs of these surplus gloves and just love the fit for me. They can be hard to find so when KeepShooting had some I ordered multiple pairs. They work great to keeping my hands warm in the winter but note they are cotton and once wet they loose all value to keep you warm. They wear very quickly and when I use them during an FTX they don't last long and will shred at the index and thumb.
With that said, I plan to only use them in the city during cold weather and no for tactical use any longer in hopes of keeping them from being destroyed in one season like I did with my last two pairs.
Unique and solid gloves!
I've had these gloves for a year and wear them at every chance I can. They're super comfy, have a very interesting pattern, and are awesome conversation starters that grab attention. I've used them for all kinds of activities from motorcycling, snowball fights, and snowboarding, and they insulate my hands very well. They work well and hold up like none other. I've fallen on my hands on asphalt at around 15mph and there was no damage whatsoever to my hands, or more importantly, the gloves. The insides are nice and soft and are very friendly for my always-sweaty palms.
Get these gloves without hesitation. You'll be one step closer to being one of the lizard people....
WARM AND FIT GREAT!
these gloves match my polish backpack ....and are extremely warm and fit nice. great for snow shoveling or woods walking ...A++++
No fleece lining
There must be different versions of these gloves as mine don't have a fleece lining. They appear to be well made and tough, well suited for winter yard work etc. Perhaps the fleece lined gloves are better insulated but I wouldn't want to wear these snowboard. Generally don't like camo items but these I like. All in all a great buy.
They get glances because of their unique camo. Very well made and I expect them to last for years.
Very well made, very warm inside
The outer canvas style material was great and the patterns had a lot of people checking them out. They've got fleece material inside and were very comfortable to wear. All around a great set of gloves.
After using these gloves all last winter, I am very happy with them. With how much stitching is put into holding them together, and how well they're made, I'm sure they'll last much longer than most gloves usually do. While light work isn't much of a problem, I wouldn't want to wear them out using them as work gloves, they're just too nice. For me they are comfortable till around 15-20f, so they do have some limits, but I'd definitely buy them again!