We Love It: Gun Goddess Women’s Second Skin Shooting Gloves

by posted on March 22, 2020
Loveit Gungoddess Gloves

Many handguns designed for concealed carry can feature aggressive grip textures—which is a huge positive for a firearm that needs to stay securely in its holster and in your hands while shooting—but those textures can definitely put the bite on the skin of your palms after you’ve gone through a few boxes of ammo. Shooting gloves can make a huge difference ... if, of course, they’re properly sized to fit your hands. That’s where Gun Goddess’ Women’s Second Skin Shooting Gloves come in.

It’s a given that a company called “Gun Goddess” focuses closely on what women shooters really need, and that’s easily seen with these cool gloves. Featured in sizes XS all the way through XXL, there’s a Second Skin glove to fit you. The company even features a helpful size chart to let you figure out which is best using a ruler (or even your smartphone’s measurement app) at home.

These unbelievably slim and tactile gloves allow you to operate a touchscreen one minute, then reload your smoking-hot gun mid-competition the next. Gun Goddess calls it a true “second skin” fit and feel, and the customer reviews rolling in agree. Says one customer, “These gloves work super well for shooting my revolvers in competition! When you've got a very hot cylinder to hold onto to reload and unload moon clips or speed loaders, these gloves keep you from burning your hand or fingers. Love them. They fit well and don't get in the way of the cylinder...”

Constructed of polyurethane with a hook-and-loop wrist closure, Second Skin Shooting Gloves retail for just $16.65. Click here for more information, or to order.

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