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Showa 306 Breathable Latex Grip Glove

Showa 306 Breathable Latex Grip Glove

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Revolutionary engineered coating technology, Engineered full foam latex coating, extra grip coating on palm, Breathable coating technology, Impermeable, Breathable 13 gauge liner. Anatomical hand shape design, Seamless knit.

Code: 659078


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£6.69 Pair (ex. VAT)

£8.03 inc. VAT
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Showa 306 Breathable Latex Grip Glove

Liner: Nylon / Polyester, Coating / Polymer: Full foam latex doubled with latex, Features: Revolutionary engineered coating technology, Engineered full foam latex coating, extra grip coating on palm, Breathable coating technology, Impermeable, Breathable 13 gauge liner, Anatomical hand shape design, Seamless knit. Recommended for work: Construction, Public works, Garden work. Logistics:Transport. Benefits: One solution for all purpose whatever the outdoor conditions are. Aerated latex foam for breathability and to reduce perspiration Impermeability protects form liquid penetration, Latex coating offer high level of grip and abrasion, Soft comfort and premium fit thanks to Showa Best hand shape technology High level of flexibility through engineered coating, Ergonomic design hand mould that replicates the natural curvature of human hand and so reduces hand fatigue, No irritations by seams in contact with the skin.

Suitable for; Outdoor workers, Construction, Labouring, Agriculture, Highway maintenance, Wet work, Fit-out, Insulation handling.

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Manufacturer Showa
Manufacturer Code 306

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