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Salisbury Class 2 Glove Kit

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Salisbury Glove Kit with 14″ Class 2 Black Rubber Gloves, Leather Protectors and Glove Bag.

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Get everything you need to protect yourself and keep your insulating rubber gloves in top working condition. Salisbury glove kits include a pair of insulating rubber gloves; the appropriate leather protector that protects the glove from cuts, abrasions, and punctures; and a storage bag which keeps the glove flat, preventing folds and creases that strain the rubber, shortening the life of the glove. Insulating rubber gloves met and exceed ASTM D120 and IEC EN60903 specifications.

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Model MS-GK214-
Set Product as New to Date No
Usually Ships 3 to 5 days
Country of Origin No
Manufacturer Warranty No
Specification No
Manufacturer Salisbury

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