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Beal Assure Gloves

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The Beal Assure Gloves are tough, fingerless, protective work gloves that are made from leather and designed for the most demanding rope work around.

The simple construction ensures that the Beal Assure gloves are lightweight, low bulk and comfortable. Whilst not an essential part of your gear they make a whole range of mountaineering tasks, and in particular belaying when climbing, a lot more comfortable. The single, supple but durable layer of leather makes them ideal for big-wall hauling, aid climbing, long abseils and keeping you safe from frayed wires on via ferrata. The fingerless design of the Assure adds dexterity and comfort whilst still giving superb protection - great for short free sections on aid routes or for climbing between the staples on a via ferrata. 

Specification

  • Half Finger
  • Manufacturer: Beal
  • Material: Leather

Sizing

Size Glove Length (Full Finger) Glove Width (Widest Point)
Small 212mm 90mm
Medium 215mm 95mm
Large 215mm 100mm
X-Large 220mm 110mm
Customer Reviews
4.5 Based on 4 reviews
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TC
10/02/2019
Tim C.
United Kingdom United Kingdom
Beal Assure Gloves

Immediately very comfortable and protective an excellent pair of gloves.

OM
10/01/2019
Oto M.
Czech Republic Czech Republic
Beal Assire

Great shop! I bought gloves that was unfortunatelly damaged. They send me new one to my country for free. Verry satisfied with this. Thanks a lot.

MO
04/28/2015
michael o.
good upt a bit pricey

good upt a bit pricey

C
05/12/2011
Charley
What else could you want from a pair of gloves??

I bought a pair of these for my recent trip to France as we were doing a couple of Via Ferratas. I nearly didn't buy them as thought I could make do without them. I'm so glad I did though as they saved my hands from a lot of abuse. They are very hard wear