Vertx Crisp Action Glove

Selected Color is
in stock
Ships from the Manufacturer - Allow 1-2 Business Days For Processing
Adding to cart… The item has been added
Find Out More-icon 60-Day No-Hassle Returns. Find Out More
-icon $4.99 Shipping over $125+

Complete The Look

The Vertx Crisp Action Glove has a low-profile wrist and pre-curved seaming along he fingers to allow for unobstructed and precise movement. The Oiltac goatskin palm construction offers enhanced grip that will never washout or wear away and functions in any weather no matter what you are holding onto. The Crisp Action has wind and water-resistant body fabrication, tricot liner, and an extended cuff guard to fight against the elements while the built in leather slide guard and middle finger knuckle guard ensure high-pressure areas are protected from abrasion and wear while shooting. With the Crisp Action Cold Weather Gloves, your performance doesn't have to drop just because the temperature does.


  • Leather wrap slide guard between the thumb and index finger protects the back of hand while shooting
  • Trigger guard pad protects the knuckle while shooting
  • Zippered wrist closure reduces bulk and allows for easy donning
  • Conductive leather on trigger finger, middle finger and thumb is compatible with touchscreen devices
  • Extended cuff provides added protection from wind and rain
  • Curved wrist tab allows for extra articulation at the wrist
  • Dual leather palm provides superior grip and retention
  • Pittards Oiltac leather technology enhances grip and never washes out
  • Interior lining provides added warmth in inclement weather


  • Hook and loop wrist closure
  • Seaming along fingers maintains natural curve
  • Double-needle stitch on all seams
  • Durable soft-shell wind stopper back-of-hand
  • Unobtrusive webbing pull tab
  • YKK zippers

Fabric And Technology:

  • Outer material: 40% Cordura Nylon, 28% Nylon, 20% PET, 12% Spandex Elastane
  • Palm: 100% Goatskin Leather

WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including arsenic, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information, go to