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Glove Bag Canvas, Snap Closure

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Glove Bag Canvas, Snap Closure

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Product Name Price Qty
Glove Bag Canvas, Snap Closure, 12" x 9" x 2 1/2"
Glove Bag Canvas, Snap Closure, 13" x 8" x 4"
Glove Bag Canvas, Snap Closure 15" x 8" x 4" (Class 0,00,1)
Glove Bag Canvas, Snap Closure, 17" x 8" x 4"
Glove Bag Canvas, Snap Closure, 19" x 8" x 4"



Macron Safety offers storage for all your rubber goods. From traditional glove bags to the Blackwrap™ Series of Rubber Good Storage all bags offer easy access and high quality construction. Bags include ventilation holes, industrial fasteners or Velcro, and Buzzline Webbing Snap Assembly. The new Buzzline Webbing Snap Assembly for Glove Bags. This unique webbing snap assembly not only allows for glove bags to snap onto Lineman’s Belts it also easily slides onto aerial bucket hooks for handy placement in a bucket truck or storage bin.

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Usually Ships 7 to 10 Days
Country of Origin USA
Manufacturer Warranty No
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