Huge thank you to STX for sending me these gloves to do a review on.
I am a fan of the STX Surgeon RX3 gloves, they are very protective and fairly comfortable with a durable palm because of the Superfabric material.
With that said I found these gloves to run a bit bigger than traditional anatomical fitting gloves and looser as well. I feel that is in part due to the M2 knuckle they use which is a feature where they do not stitch the fingers to the back hand of the glove to create a more broken in feel and to limit restriction of movement in the fingers. Personally I feel this opens up a gap for protection and also makes the gloves feel a bit bigger than they would otherwise.
At $100 these gloves are a great value and should be looked at, I just wish the M2 knuckle was sewn together or at least tighter
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Gloves: STX Surgeon RX3
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