NASA funded: Ultimately the first "mission use" will be integration with advanced space suits under development by NASA's Advanced Exploration Systems Program. Although not an official "customer", the International Space Station could benefit from this technology if its operational life is extended. New gloves developed by HPEG could be evaluated and eventually used on the International Space Station. NASA unfunded: HPEG gloves are an enabling technology. They are under development to meet requirements for a broad set of future exploration missions and are baselined for advanced spacesuits under development by NASA. For the near-Earth "Proving Ground", HPEG gloves could be used with space suits during a possible asteroid redirect mission or return missions to the Moon. They have enhanced anti-dust capabilities. For "Earth Independent" missions such as deep space including human missions to Mars, the gloves could be employed both for transit and surface phases. OGA: There may be benefits to the Department of Defense for use in military operations, such as high altitude flight suits, paratroopers and special operations. Commercial: This technology may benefit commercial space industry for those companies with interest in Space Commercialization for Lunar and Mars missions. Nation: This technology will benefit the nation by enabling human return to the Moon and missions to Mars, and thus benefits may include the excitement, national pride, economic spinoffs, and scientific return that these missions may offer.