|Global Product Type||Gloves-Work, Coated|
|Wrist Style||Open Cuff|
|Material(s)||Synthetic Leather/Kevlar/ Silicone/Stretch Nylon/ Spandex|
|Description||Up to 600°F heat resistance. Molded silicone palm with Kovenex® liner, silicone-laminated Kevlar® blend finger sidewalls, Ironclad Hotshield® technolo|
|Compliance Standards||CE EN388 Compliant, CE Rating 4322|
|Pre-Consumer Recycled Content Percent||0%|
|Post-Consumer Recycled Content Percent||0%|
|Total Recycled Content Percent||0%|
Dimensions / Specifications
|Unit of Measure||PR|
|Item Weight||0.220 lbs|
|Ships via UPS?||y|
|Box Pack Quantity||12 PR|
|Carton Pack Quantity||144 PR|
|This item is sold by the PR|
|Manufacturer Stock No.||HW6X-05-XL|
|Country of Origin||CN|
|Tariff (Inbound) Code|
|OTS Product ID||8743585|
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