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Class 3 & 4 Goatskin Gauntlet Rubber Glove Protectors

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Top-grain Goatskin Leather Protector, Guantlet Cuff, Reinforced Thumbcrotch.

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Our gloves have an ergonomic design to inrease comfort and dexterity and to minimize fatigue. Top grain leather protectors are also available to offer total hand protection during all electrical jobs. Our gloves are available individually, or in kits with a carry bag for easy selection.

  • Glove Size: 08, 09, 10, 11, 12
  • Glove Length: 14"
  • Glove Leather Protector: Class 3 and Class 4

WARNING: Do not use leather protectors alone for protection against electric shock. Serious injury or death will result. Always use a properly rated insulating glove for the voltage being worked.

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Model MS-AFW-PG-14-SZ-
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Country of Origin USA
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Manufacturer Macron Safety


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