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7th Oct '17 5:04:01 PM infernape612
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* Anton Golikov, the tank's loader in [[The Beast Of War]] wears them when loading the tank cannon. In this case, dexterity plus hand-protection.

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* Anton Golikov, the tank's loader in [[The Beast Of War]] ''Film/TheBeastOfWar'' wears them when loading the tank cannon. In this case, dexterity plus hand-protection.
2nd Oct '17 9:26:57 AM Aristus
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* Anton Golikov, the tank's loader in [[The Beast Of War]] wears them when loading the tank cannon. In this case, dexterity plus hand-protection.
25th Aug '17 4:08:52 PM Odacon_Spy
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** Thy remain a clothing option in ''VideoGame/SaintsRowTheThird'' and ''VideoGame/SaintsRowIV'' as well, now called "Hobo Gloves" and available at Leather & Lace. On the flip side, [[TheCracker Matt Miller]] always wears a pair, and Morningstar Specialist hitmen wear them as well; both of which are clothing options in ''IV'' and the latter of which is also available in ''The Third'' with the right DLC packs.


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* In the prologue and epilogue cutscenes of ''VideoGame/DeusExMankindDivided'', [[TheIlluminati Prima Illuminatus]] Lucius [=DeBeers=] wears an aristocratic black leather pair of these.
31st Jul '17 12:05:43 PM Abodos
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** Zelda also has a similar pair in ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaBreathOfTheWild'' whenever she's in her AdventurerArchaeologist outfit.
2nd Jul '17 10:54:24 AM nombretomado
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* TheUndertaker wears gloves like these in Wrestling/{{WWE}}. The word "primetime" can be seen on each of them (a brand of MMA gloves).

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* TheUndertaker Wrestling/TheUndertaker wears gloves like these in Wrestling/{{WWE}}. The word "primetime" can be seen on each of them (a brand of MMA gloves).
19th May '17 11:43:45 AM AthenaBlue
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* WesternAnimation/{{Anastasia}}'s purple gloves in snowy Russia.



* WesternAnimation/{{Anastasia}}'s purple gloves in snowy Russia.
* Costumed vigilante Casey Jones wears fingerless gloves as part of his souped-up vigilante outfit in ''WesternAnimation/{{TMNT}}'' (2007).



* Costumed vigilante Casey Jones wears fingerless gloves as part of his souped-up vigilante outfit in ''WesternAnimation/{{TMNT}}'' (2007).



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* The [=SEALs=] in ''Film/ActOfValor'' wear fingerless gloves during their jungle raid, which makes sense as they're swimming, since it'll allow water to drain out, and help them keep a better grip on their weapons. Through the rest of the movie, however, they wear full gloves.
* Worn by Aguirre in ''Film/AguirreTheWrathOfGod''. In the Amazon jungle.
* John Bender of ''Film/TheBreakfastClub'' wears them, cause he's just badass like that.



* Movie version of ''Film/SweeneyToddTheDemonBarberOfFleetStreet''. Everyone wears them except Johanna.
* John Bender of ''Film/TheBreakfastClub'' wears them, cause he's just badass like that.
* Watts in ''SomeKindOfWonderful''.
* Padmé Amidala wears the black leather kind in ''Film/AttackOfTheClones'', along with that [[FanService sexy black dress]].
* The Basher in ''Ocean's 11'' wears them as part of his quasi-Dickensian get up.
* ''Franchise/{{Terminator}}''
** The T-800 wears a pair in [[Film/TheTerminator the original movie]] after he gets his clothes off some punks.
** ''Film/TerminatorSalvation'': Marcus, John Connor, Kyle Reese and numerous other Resistance members all wear fingerless gloves at some point.
* The eponymous courier in ''Film/TheTransporter'' series often wears black leather driving gloves for obvious reasons.
* Aragorn wears these in ''Film/TheLordOfTheRings''.
* ''{{Film/Serenity}}'' features this as well.



* Tuco, the "Ugly" from ''Film/TheGoodTheBadAndTheUgly'', wears the hobo-style gloves.



* Tuco, the "Ugly" from ''Film/TheGoodTheBadAndTheUgly'', wears the hobo-style gloves.

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%%* Several characters in ''Film/LandOfTheDead'' wear fingerless gloves.
* Tuco, the "Ugly" from ''Film/TheGoodTheBadAndTheUgly'', Aragorn wears these in ''Film/TheLordOfTheRings''.
* Film/MadMax wears leather gloves with
the hobo-style gloves.fingers cut off as part of his battered police uniform.
* Roy/Mr. Furious wears them in ''Film/MysteryMen'' to show his desire to be a BadassBiker.



* Several characters in ''Film/LandOfTheDead'' wear fingerless gloves.
* ''Film/XMenFilmSeries'':
** ''Film/XMenOriginsWolverine'': They're part of Gambit's IconicOutfit.
** ''Film/XMenFirstClass'': Charles Xavier sports a pair while in Russia. They're probably not helping him keep warm, but they look pretty damn cool.
* Film/MadMax wears leather gloves with the fingers cut off as part of his battered police uniform.
* Worn by Aguirre in ''Film/AguirreTheWrathOfGod''. In the Amazon jungle.
* The [=SEALs=] in ''Film/ActOfValor'' wear fingerless gloves during their jungle raid, which makes sense as they're swimming, since it'll allow water to drain out, and help them keep a better grip on their weapons. Through the rest of the movie, however, they wear full gloves.
* Roy/Mr. Furious wears them in ''Film/MysteryMen'' to show his desire to be a BadassBiker.



* The Basher in ''Ocean's 11'' wears them as part of his quasi-Dickensian get up.
%%* ''{{Film/Serenity}}'' features this as well.
* Watts in ''Film/SomeKindOfWonderful''.
* ''Franchise/StarWars'': Padmé Amidala wears the black leather kind in ''Film/AttackOfTheClones'', along with that [[FanService sexy black dress]].
* Movie version of ''Film/SweeneyToddTheDemonBarberOfFleetStreet''. Everyone wears them except Johanna.
* ''Franchise/{{Terminator}}''
** The T-800 wears a pair in [[Film/TheTerminator the original movie]] after he gets his clothes off some punks.
** ''Film/TerminatorSalvation'': Marcus, John Connor, Kyle Reese and numerous other Resistance members all wear fingerless gloves at some point.
* The eponymous courier in ''Film/TheTransporter'' series often wears black leather driving gloves for obvious reasons.



* ''Film/XMenFilmSeries'':
** ''Film/XMenOriginsWolverine'': They're part of Gambit's IconicOutfit.
** ''Film/XMenFirstClass'': Charles Xavier sports a pair while in Russia. They're probably not helping him keep warm, but they look pretty damn cool.



* In one of her ''BSC'' books, Stacey [=McGill=] tells the reader that once in NY she got away with wearing fingertip-less red lace gloves for two weeks.
* Bob Crachit wears these in some adaptations of ''Literature/AChristmasCarol'' as he's working in a cold office, but still needs his fingers free.



* Bob Crachit wears these in some adaptations of ''Literature/AChristmasCarol'' as he's working in a cold office, but still needs his fingers free.

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* Bob Crachit wears these In ''Literature/TheHungerGames'', Katniss cuts holes in some adaptations of ''Literature/AChristmasCarol'' as he's working in a cold office, but still needs his fingers free.Rue's spare socks to keep her hands warm on her way to the feast.



* In ''Literature/TheMachineriesOfEmpire'', it used to be that army commanders who came from factions other than Kel, the Hexarchate's military [[FantasticCasteSystem caste]], would mark themselves as "immigrants" by wearing fingerless gloves (the Kel wear full gloves). The most famous of those imported commanders, Shuos Jedao, made them his IconicItem, so after the Hellspin Massacre (when he massacred his subordinates), the tradition was dropped because of the association.



* It's mentioned in ''[[ComicBook/XWingSeries The Krytos Trap]]'' that traditional Twi'lek warrior garb includes a bandoleer, leggings, a LoinCloth, and fingerless gloves. Wedge puts on a modified version when trying to convince them to help.
* In ''Literature/TheStrain'', [[BadassGrandpa Abraham Setrakian]] uses them since he escaped a Nazi death camp, where he developed arthritis after [[BigBad The Master]] breaks his hands, and Setrakian didn't have time to set them because he was busy killing Nazis, vampires, zombies, and Nazi-Vampire-Zombies.
* In one of her ''BSC'' books, Stacey [=McGill=] tells the reader that once in NY she got away with wearing fingertip-less red lace gloves for two weeks.
* In ''Literature/TheHungerGames'', Katniss cuts holes in Rue's spare socks to keep her hands warm on her way to the feast.



* In ''Literature/TheMachineriesOfEmpire'', it used to be that army commanders who came from factions other than Kel, the Hexarchate's military [[FantasticCasteSystem caste]], would mark themselves as "immigrants" by wearing fingerless gloves (the Kel wear full gloves). The most famous of those imported commanders, Shuos Jedao, made them his IconicItem, so after the Hellspin Massacre (when he massacred his subordinates), the tradition was dropped because of the association.

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* In ''Literature/TheMachineriesOfEmpire'', it used to be ''Franchise/StarWarsLegends'':
** It's mentioned in ''[[ComicBook/XWingSeries The Krytos Trap]]''
that army commanders who came from factions other than Kel, the Hexarchate's military [[FantasticCasteSystem caste]], would mark themselves as "immigrants" by wearing traditional Twi'lek warrior garb includes a bandoleer, leggings, a LoinCloth, and fingerless gloves (the Kel wear full gloves). The most famous of those imported commanders, Shuos Jedao, made gloves. Wedge puts on a modified version when trying to convince them his IconicItem, so to help.
* In ''Literature/TheStrain'', [[BadassGrandpa Abraham Setrakian]] uses them since he escaped a Nazi death camp, where he developed arthritis
after the Hellspin Massacre (when he massacred [[BigBad The Master]] breaks his subordinates), the tradition was dropped hands, and Setrakian didn't have time to set them because of the association.he was busy killing Nazis, vampires, zombies, and Nazi-Vampire-Zombies.



* Frohike of ''Series/TheXFiles'' and ''Series/TheLoneGunmen''.
* Lister from ''Series/RedDwarf'' wears the black leather variety in Series V, VI and VII.
* ''{{Series/Life on Mars|2006}}''/''Series/AshesToAshes'': Gene Hunt and his fingerless leather driving gloves. He's just that badass.
* Max from ''Series/DarkAngel''



* ''Franchise/SuperSentai''
** Ryu on ''Series/ChoujinSentaiJetman'' wears these often.
** Mika Koizumi from ''Series/ChoudenshiBioman'' wears these as well.
** ''Series/JukenSentaiGekiranger'' featured these as {{Transformation Trinket}}s for its initial three members.
* The First Doctor (as played by Richard Hurndall) wears them throughout the twentieth anniversary ''Series/DoctorWho'' story "The Five Doctors" -- despite never actually wearing them in the 1960s (as played by William Hartnell). The behind-the-scenes explanation for this was that the First Doctor wore a distinctive jewelled ring and the production team had been unable to locate a suitable prop before filming.
** The Twelfth Doctor briefly wore them in "Deep Breath".
* Mason from ''Series/DeadLikeMe'' owns a variety of knit fingerless gloves. The point is apparently to make him [[RummageSaleReject look scruffy]].
* In ''Series/TerminatorTheSarahConnorChronicles'', Cameron finds a way to include these in just about every outfit. This is a nod to the pair worn by the T-800 in the original movie, as noted above.



* Belker in ''Series/HillStreetBlues''.
* Connor from ''Series/{{Primeval}}''.
* Colonel Jack O'Neill frequently wears them as part of his uniform in the early seasons of ''Series/StargateSG1''.
* In the ''Series/FraggleRock'' ChristmasEpisode "The Bells of Fraggle Rock", [[TricksterMentor Cantus the Minstrel]] wears a pair of fingerless gloves (which, for some reason, are called mittens).



* Max from ''Series/DarkAngel''.
* Mason from ''Series/DeadLikeMe'' owns a variety of knit fingerless gloves. The point is apparently to make him [[RummageSaleReject look scruffy]].
* ''Series/DoctorWho'':
** The First Doctor (as played by Richard Hurndall) wears them throughout the twentieth anniversary special [[Recap/DoctorWho20thASTheFiveDoctors "The Five Doctors"]] -- despite never actually wearing them in the 1960s (as played by William Hartnell). The behind-the-scenes explanation for this was that the First Doctor wore a distinctive jewelled ring, and the production team had been unable to locate a suitable prop before filming.
** The Twelfth Doctor briefly wore them in [[Recap/DoctorWhoS34E1DeepBreath "Deep Breath"]].
* In the ''Series/FraggleRock'' ChristmasEpisode "The Bells of Fraggle Rock", [[TricksterMentor Cantus the Minstrel]] wears a pair of fingerless gloves (which, for some reason, are called mittens).
* Belker in ''Series/HillStreetBlues''.
* ''{{Series/Life on Mars|2006}}''/''Series/AshesToAshes'': Gene Hunt and his fingerless leather driving gloves. He's just that badass.
* Connor from ''Series/{{Primeval}}''.
* Lister from ''Series/RedDwarf'' wears the black leather variety in Series V, VI and VII.
* Colonel Jack O'Neill frequently wears them as part of his uniform in the early seasons of ''Series/StargateSG1''.



* ''Franchise/SuperSentai''
** Ryu on ''Series/ChoujinSentaiJetman'' wears these often.
** Mika Koizumi from ''Series/ChoudenshiBioman'' wears these as well.
** ''Series/JukenSentaiGekiranger'' featured these as {{Transformation Trinket}}s for its initial three members.
* In ''Series/TerminatorTheSarahConnorChronicles'', Cameron finds a way to include these in just about every outfit. This is a nod to the pair worn by the T-800 in the original movie, as noted above.
* Frohike of ''Series/TheXFiles'' and ''Series/TheLoneGunmen''.



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* In ''Webcomic/AutumnBay'', these are a fashion staple for several characters.
* Worn briefly by CK in ''Webcomic/CommanderKitty'' after he receives an unwanted makeover, to go with all the other Badass [[ClicheStorm cliches]] that [[RobotGirl Zenith]] threw in at Nin Wah's behest.
* From ''[[http://www.interrobangstudios.com/di/index.php The Dark Intruder]]'', Smart Girl wears the badass kind.



* Addie Finch from ''Webcomic/GrieferBelt'' wears an ever-so-slightly ragged pair for the whole of Chapter 1.



* From ''[[http://www.interrobangstudios.com/di/index.php The Dark Intruder]]'', Smart Girl wears the badass kind.

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* From ''[[http://www.interrobangstudios.com/di/index.php George and Trixabelle wear some in ''Webcomic/{{Mokepon}}''.
*
The Dark Intruder]]'', Smart Girl title character of ''Webcomic/MushroomGo'' wears these, at least in the badass kind.beginning.
* Gloves of Dexterity in ''Webcomic/OurLittleAdventure''. Angelika and Julie each have a pair right now.
* The cover of [[http://uncommonanimals.thecomicseries.com/comics/2 Book One: The Hunted]] of ''Webcomic/UncommonAnimals'' features a man wearing a pair.



* George and Trixabelle wear some in Webcomic/{{Mokepon}}.
* Gloves of Dexterity in ''Webcomic/OurLittleAdventure''. Angelika and Julie each have a pair right now.
* Worn briefly by CK in ''Webcomic/CommanderKitty'' after he receives an unwanted makeover, to go with all the other Badass [[ClicheStorm cliches]] that [[RobotGirl Zenith]] threw in at Nin Wah's behest.
* The title character of MushroomGo wears these, at least in the beginning.
* The cover of [[http://uncommonanimals.thecomicseries.com/comics/2 Book One: The Hunted]] of ''Webcomic/UncommonAnimals'' features a man wearing a pair.
* Addie Finch from "Webcomic/GrieferBelt" wears an ever-so-slightly ragged pair for the whole of Chapter 1.
* In ''Webcomic/AutumnBay'', these are a fashion staple for several characters.
14th May '17 10:38:54 AM Kakai
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* In ''Literature/TheMachineriesOfEmpire'', it used to be that army commanders who came from factions other than Kel, the Hexarchate's military [[FantasticCasteSystem caste]], would mark themselves as "immigrants" by wearing fingerless gloves (the Kel wear full gloves). The most famous of those imported commanders, Shuos Jedao, made them his IconicItem, so after the Hellspin Massacre (when he massacred his subordinates), the tradition was dropped because of the association.
3rd May '17 9:42:49 AM infernape612
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* TheUndertaker wears gloves like these in {{Wrestling/WWE}}. The word "primetime" can be seen on each of them (a brand of MMA gloves).
* {{Wrestling/Kane}} wore one on his Right hand from his unmasking in 2003 up until his re-masking in 2011.

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* TheUndertaker wears gloves like these in {{Wrestling/WWE}}.Wrestling/{{WWE}}. The word "primetime" can be seen on each of them (a brand of MMA gloves).
* {{Wrestling/Kane}} Wrestling/{{Kane}} wore one on his Right right hand from his unmasking in 2003 up until his re-masking in 2011.



* Wario in ''{{VideoGame/WarioWare}}''.

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* Wario in ''{{VideoGame/WarioWare}}''.''VideoGame/WarioWare''.



** Lightning and Sazh from ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyXIII''

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** Lightning and Sazh from ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyXIII'' ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyXIII''.
** The entire party in ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyXV''. Prompto's are pretty standard; Noctis and Gladiolus wear just one on their left hands; Ignis' gloves only have the thumbs cut off.
2nd May '17 8:54:37 PM Codefreak5
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* Sydney wears these in ''VideoGame/PAYDAY2''. Notable in that she's a wanted criminal, and the rest of the crew wears normal, fingered gloves to hide their fingerprints. However, given her [[TheQuincyPunk person]][[RefugeInAudacity ality]] and the fact that the FBI already knows her identity, it's likely she just doesn't care about leaving fingerprints behind.
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