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Velvet Shock - Anti-Vibration Glove

Velvet Shock - Anti-Vibration Glove


Anti-shock and anti-vibration cowhide leather glove. Gunn cut, winged thumb, vein protection. Water-repellent grain palm. Water-repellent Velvet grain back. 4.8 mm anti-shock Poron® foam on the palm and the back. 60 mm latex wrist.

Code: 2049132


£16.99 Pair (ex. VAT)

£20.39 inc. VAT
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Velvet Shock - Anti-Vibration Glove

The grain leather has been specially enriched in its tanning process to give the glove superior water repellent properties. This provides added comfort and outstanding flexibility. Elasticated at the wrist, the glove offers added support. The winged thumb and reinforced index make the glove more anatomical for added comfort. Grain leather provides good mechanical resistance, particularly with regard to abrasion. Poron foam absorbs the vibrations during shocks or impacts. Its US assembly ensures a longer life while reducing the number of seams.

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Manufacturer Honeywell
Manufacturer Code 2049132

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