Fencing Gloves scherma Guanti (CE Approved) usable for all 3 Weapons (Epee, Foil & Sabre) manufactured by RIK SPORTS made in Pakistan with excellent quality CE Approved durable & comfortable long lasting Amara Synthetic Leather Palm, Reinforcement at Palm, Thumb & First Finger, Closed Bodycord as per new FIE rules, Excellent quality genuine stretched Amara ensures good fit, Back Amara material with extra Foam Padded in order to keep inside hands safe, Zeen & Elastic Cuff Closed with Velcro.
Fencing Gloves scherma Guanti Composition: ( CE Level 1 )
50% Amara Synthetic Leather ( CE ) + 25% Zeen + 25% Elastic
Hand Washable, Please do not Dry Clean or Bleach, Do not Iron or Tumble Dry.
When Fastening your Fencing Gloves
Make sure that all fastening devices ( Straps, Velcro’s, etc. ) are closed completely and firmly. The Gloves may not be used any longer, if any of the fastening devices doesn’t work properly. When Fastening your Fencing Gloves. In the worst cases to reduce the severity of injuries, particularly by the point of the weapon.
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How To Select Fencing Gloves Size:
Measure around your hand in inches corresponds to your glove size. Please take your round palm measurement (Please do not include thumb) and add 0.5″.For example if your hand measures 9 inches around its widest point (excluding the thumb). Please you must add half an inch to establish glove size as 9½. Or visit our website homepage for Fencing Gloves Size Chart. If you feel any confusion while take your size measurements please let us know at the time of ordering so we will be able to give you suggestions.
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