- "Metal gloves the color of scorched earth."
- —In-game description, Final Fantasy XII: Revenant Wings
The Gauntlets (ガントレット, Gantoretto?) are a recurring piece of equipment in the series. They change off and on from being either an armor or accessory from game to game, and usually grants bonuses to physical stats.
- "Gloves that cast Thundara when used."
The Gauntlets are a mid-ranked glove that provide +8 Defense, +4 Magic Defense, and +1 Strength and Vitality in the DS version. On the NES they give +2 Defense, +3 Magic Defense, and 8% Evade. They can be equipped by the Freelancer, Onion Knight, Warrior, Knight, Dragoon, Viking, Dark Knight, and Ninja job classes. The Gauntlets are obtained from a treasure chest in the Dwarven Hollows.
- "Gloves resistant against undead attacks."
The Gauntlets are the first piece of gloves Cecil can equip once he becomes a Paladin. They are bought in Mysidia for 3,000 Gil, and provide +5 Defense and +1 Magic Defense and Magic Evasion. This armor is metallic.
The Gauntlets are a low-ranked armor that provides +5 Defense, +1 Magic Defense, -10% Evasion, +1% Magic Evasion, and +3 Spirit, as well as resistance to attacks from undead. It is initially equipped on Cecil.
- "Gloves preferred by knights."
- "Steel hand and forearm guard used by knights. Allows one weapon to be held with both hands."
The Gauntlet is a Relic that allows for a character to equip one weapon with both hands and increases Defense by +5. They can be found in Kefka's Tower, Yeti's Cave, and Returner Hideout after saying "Yes" to Banon when he asks if Terra will help the Returners.
- "Gloves worn by swordsmen"
The Gauntlets are a weak accessory that boost Strength and Defense by 5 and cost 2,500 gil to buy in Mi'ihen Highroad Rin's Travel Agency in Chapters 1 and 2. Gauntlets is also a rare steal from Stalwart.
The Gauntlets are an accessory that requires 35 LP and the Acc.4 license to use, and costs 1,200 gil to buy. They improve the chance for the wearer to block with a shield.
Gauntlet is an accessory for Llyud that increases the team's Attack power. They can be bought Chapter 3 onwards for 800 gil.
- "Gloves that stretch from elbow to finger."
The Gauntlets are the weakest glove in the game, providing +5 Defense and Attack. It teaches no abilities and can be bought from any shop for 1,700 gil.
- "These long gauntlets protect from the elbow down to the tips of the fingers."
The Gauntlets are the second best gloves in the game, providing +2 Attack, +5 Defense and Resistance, and teaches the ability Critical: Berserk to both Defenders and Berserkers. It can be bought for 7200 Gil in the shop after creating it in the Bazaar after using a Platinum, Tanned Tyrant Hide, and Wyrm Carapace.
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Gauntlet is a mid-ranked armlet that provides 5 Strength, 6 Intelligence, and -1 Agility.
The Gauntlets are the weakest armor for Lilty. They provide only +5 Defense.
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Gauntlets return as a level 1 Gauntlet that provides +21 Bravery and +14 Defense. It can be obtained by trading 8,810 Gil.
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