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Salisbury ILPM 14" Series Mitten Protectors

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Salisbury ILPM5S cowhide 14" length mitten protectors.

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Salisbury ILPM Series Mitten Protector is manufactured from top grain cowhide, these protectors offer excellent comfort and protection. The ILPM Series mitten protectors feature adjustable straps with non-metallic buckles and are stitched with polyester thread for strong seams. Cuffs are tough leather on palm side and orange vinyl on the back of the hand. Comes in sizes 9, 10 and 11.

The Salisbury ILPM5S shown here in cowhide, with OAL length 14"

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