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Skytec Idaho 3/4 HPT Foam Coated Glove - Size 8

Skytec Idaho 3/4 HPT Foam Coated Glove - Size 8

Skytec

- Seamless nylon liner with a ¾ HPT foam coating Knitted Wrist with PVC-HPT coating on lining palm, front and back of fingers/thumb including the knuckles - Tough flexible PVC Sponge Touch finish coating using hydropellent technology provides the highes

Code: 670992000


Skytec

£2.89 Pair (ex. VAT)

£3.47 inc. VAT Was: £3.25 (ex. VAT)
Size 8
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Skytec Idaho 3/4 HPT Foam Coated Glove - Size 8

PVC-HPT coating on palm and back of fingers/thumb including the knuckles.
Tough, flexible PVC sponge touch finish coating using hydropellent technology provides a high level of grip and soaks up oil to help the hand to grip.
Foam coating with encapsulated air molecules provides an inherent cushioning effect.
Level 4 abrasion resistance (EN388)
Resistant to abrasion and rips.
Lint-free and silicone free.
Approved for food handling.
Sanitized® antimicrobial finish provides extra freshness.

Manufacturer Details

Manufacturer Skytec
Manufacturer Code 41732

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