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Our Endura® 370DTIG balances durability with the tactile flexibility of deerskin that offers a better sense of touch and dexterity. These TIG welding gloves also feature cushioned patches on the pinky side, providing comfort when resting hands against surfaces during welding sessions. They’re rated ANSI Level 2 heat resistant for protection up to 140°C / 284°F and sewing thread made with DuPont™ Kevlar® fiber adds seam integrity.
We designed our Endura® 305ENLB TIG welding gloves for long welding sessions that require more touch sensitivity for precise work. The elk palm material affords a thinner shell, affording better dexterity and hand-feel that doesn’t sacrifice durability. The back-of-hand liner provides additional ambient heat resistance and spark protection for long welding. Sewing thread is made with Kevlar® fiber for added seam integrity.
Our Dexterity® S18ND work gloves are an economical but durable choice for general labor. The palms are dotted to provide a more breathable and dexterous grip than a full palm coat, making them comfortable enough for all-day use.
These gloves include a TenActiv™/HPPE/steel/composite filament fiber that provides ANSI Level A6 cut protection along with polyurethane-coated palms that guarantee an excellent level of grip. ANSI Level 4 puncture resistance rounds out its safety features, while reinforced thumb crotches extend their lifespan for long lasting wear.
These gloves feature a TenActiv™/HPPE/steel/composite filament fiber that provides ANSI Level A7 cut protection and a nitrile reinforced thumb crotch that increases its lifespan. A touch of spandex yields high levels of comfort and tactile sensitivity, even as they maintain ANSI Level 5 abrasion resistance. Hands stay dry thanks to a micropore nitrile coating, which also features suction cup-like craters for increased grip in wet or oily conditions.
A cut-and-sewn construction provides these winter driving gloves with a high degree of comfort and dexterity. The resilience of goatskin and durability of a keystone thumb design ensures product longevity while a composite filament fiber liner guarantees 360° ANSI Level A6 cut protection and ANSI Level 4 puncture resistance. Their warming but lightweight Thinsulate™ lining keeps fingers warm in temperatures down to -30°C / -22°F.