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Noun1.handwear - clothing for the handshandwear - clothing for the hands    
article of clothing, clothing, habiliment, wearable, vesture, wear - a covering designed to be worn on a person's body
glove - handwear: covers the hand and wrist
muff - a warm tubular covering for the hands
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It wouldn't warrant a mention now as all keepers don ostentatious handwear as a matter of course.
Among the topics are the Australian experience of assessing military equipment requirements and capability, color and camouflage, helmets, footwear and handwear, customizing a lightweight bullet-proof vest for the female form, high-performance ballistic protection using polymer nanocomposites, designing load carriage systems for military personnel, and advanced hydration systems for solders as used by the US Army.
The MASS/L-MASS and all components and design features shall be compatible with individual equipment (load-bearing equipment, body armour, headwear, handwear, and footwear/fins) used in combat operations and training.
These include heavy winter shearling flying suits, electrically heated flying suits, other types of flying suits, other items of body clothing like flight jackets and sweaters, headgear, handwear, and footwear, with information on priorities and shortages, insignia, colors, material, and other aspects.
He has taken delivery of a new model of handwear from an Edinburgh based company and says they have already helped him rack up a couple of clean sheets.
Givori transforms smartphones into luxury handwear by custom building
Caption: FIGURE 2: Contact side of the elastic handwear with dry electrodes for our experiment.
FRM is an Osage, Iowa-based producer of knitted technical socks and handwear for the outdoor, athletic, and casual markets.
It lists 'bottoms as clothing', dresses, footwear, handwear, jackets, loungewear, scarves, shirts, socks and 'tops as clothing' as merchandise to be sold bearing the mark.