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Salisbury Cotton / Wool Glove Liners

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Cotton Glove Liners are an optional accessory is worn under Rubber-Insulating Safety Gloves.

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Wearing Cotton Glove Liners inside all insulating rubber gloves reduces discomfort and improves dexterity. Cotton Glove Liners provide warmth in cold weather and reduce perspiration while also absorbing it. Eliminates the need for talcum powder or baby powder inside gloves.

The L Series has a tough outer cotton fabric while the inner lining is soft and comfortable. The LMKC Series is light, airy and allows ease of movement. The LMKW Series is made from a wool blend fabric that moves easily yet gives a substantial layer of lining.

Salisbury Cotton / Wool Glove Liners reduce the discomfort of wearing Insulating Rubber Gloves in all seasons. For year round use, liners provide warmth in cold weather, while they absorb perspiration in the warm months. Many styles and fabrics are available with either a open or knit wrist.

The knit wrist style grips the wrist rather than allowing the cuff to roll down and bunch at the palm. All Liner Gloves are for year round use with Insulating Rubber Gloves and Mittens. All liners are made from stretch fabric that can fit any hand size.

The L Series has a tough outer cotton fabric while the inner lining is soft and comfortable. The LMKC Series is light, airy and allows ease of movement. The LMKW Series is made from a Rag Wool fabric that moves easily yet gives a substantial layer of lining.

Model Description Wrist Style Lenght
in. (mm)
Weight
lbs. (kgs)
L10JK Jersy Style, Light Weight, Seams Out Knit 10 (254) .14 (.06)
L12J Jersey Style, Light Weight, Seams Out Open 12 (305) .14 (.07)
L10MKW Machine Knit, Cotton/Wool Blend Knit 10 (254) .14 (.06)
One size fits all.

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Model MS-SAL-L1-
Set Product as New to Date N/A
Usually Ships N/A
Country of Origin USA
Manufacturer Warranty N/A
Specification N/A
Manufacturer Salisbury

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