Outdoor Research introduces new tactical line of gloves, jackets, and pants (VIDEO)

Guns.com stopped by the Outdoor Research booth at the 2018 SHOT Show to see what new innovations the company had this year. Nathan Jenkin, the Design Innovation Manager, walked us through various products new from the company this year.

The Ironsight Gloves from Outdoor Research (Photo: Outdoor Research)

The Ironsight Gloves from Outdoor Research (Photo: Outdoor Research)

Nathan started by showing us some of the new shooting specific gloves offered. These gloves offer high quality materials designed to help you grip the gun while keeping your hands most comfortable. Outdoor Research also included touch sensitive material on both the forefinger and thumb to ensure that you can use your phone on the range. The Ironsight gloves offer a step up in longevity and durability. It offer a silicon grip to allow you to have maximum grip on the firearm.

Next Nathan showed us some of their jackets which have new fabric technology built in to allow for maximum stretch and mobility. These jackets are designed to be worn under a plate carrier. The hood on these jackets is meant to be worn with a helmet so when you move your head the hood moves with you to maintain the peripheral vision.

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