For more than 25 years, Mechanix Wear has been bringing high-performance work gloves to the market, starting with Dale Earnhardt’s NASCAR team in the early 90s. Building on their original core products led to Mechanix gloves becoming synonymous with quality and craftsmanship. Mechanix gloves provide top-shelf hand protection for millions of workers, not just in racing but in every industry imaginable. The winning combination of ergonomic design, innovative materials, and rigorous testing standards has put Mechanix gloves at the top of the heap as the brand of choice for many workers and companies.
The cornerstone of the line is the Mechanix Original, which comes in several different styles. Essential to the success of the product is the TrekDry material on the back of the hand, which conforms to the shape of your hand and serves as a breathable panel to take the edge off of oppressive heat. This puts it above other gloves in terms of comfort, and a comfortable worker means increased productivity. Every aspect of the glove is precision-engineered to create a next-level work experience. It made its debut at the Daytona 500 in 1991, and it’s been off to the races ever since.
Another core four product for Mechanix gloves is the FastFit tactical glove, taking the innovations they brought to racing and adapting them to the needs of service members. Every FastFit glove’s design is as tactical as its purpose, featuring TekDry cooling technology, durable palms to endure difficult field work, and ergonomic bending design that eliminates annoying material bunching.
Rounding out the core group are the first two M-Pact. As the name implies, these gloves are designed to take serious punishment. Armed with dense pieces of thermoplastic rubber on the knuckles to absorb forceful impacts to the back of the hand, the M-Pacts also feature tactical reinforcement throughout the palm and fingers, providing top-line protection without compromising comfort or maneuverability.