|Global Product Type||Gloves-Work, Fabric|
|Style||Available in: Driver or Work|
|Wrist Style||Available in: Extended Neoprene Strap-Cuff or Neoprene Strap-Cuff|
|Material(s)||Available in: Nylon Fleece/Neoprene/Polyester Fleece/PVC/Synthetic Leather or Nylon/Fleece/Neoprene/Synthetic Suede|
|Length||Available in: 10", 11 1/2" or 11"|
|Size Group||Available in: Large, Medium or X-Large|
|Weight||Available in: 0.27 Lbs., 0.28 lbs or 0.30 Lbs|
|Description||Cold Condition Gloves Wind resistant, water repellant membrane, Duraclad® reinforcements which are 8x more abrasion resistant than normal synthetic leather, TPR knuckle protection, microfleece liner, TPR cuff puller, reflective stripes. CE Rating 3222 Abrasion 3, Cut 2, Tear 2, Puncture 2. The first work glove to deliver warmth, comfort and full dexterity, this glove is windproof and water repellant to keep hands warm and dry. Ideal for any task where precision is desired in cold conditions. For temperatures down to 40 degrees F.|
|CE Score||Available in: CE Rating 3222; Abrasion Resistance: 3, Cut Resistance: 2, Tear Resistance: 2, Puncture Resistance: 2 or Dexterity: Level 4; Abrasion Resistance: Level 3; Cut Resistance: Level 2; Tear Resistance: Level 2; Puncture Resistance: Level 2|
|Pre-Consumer Recycled Content Percent||0%|
|Post-Consumer Recycled Content Percent||0%|
|Total Recycled Content Percent||0%|
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