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Showa  377 Fully Coated Nitrile Foam Grip Glove

Showa 377 Fully Coated Nitrile Foam Grip Glove

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Fully coated nitrile glove. Nitrile sponge palm. Great grip. Ideal for wet and oily tasks. Designed for easy movement and continuous wear. No irritation by seams in contact with the skin. Wrist well protected

Code: 659027


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£5.95 Pair (ex. VAT)

£7.14 inc. VAT
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Showa 377 Fully Coated Nitrile Foam Grip Glove

Impermeable for working in damp or greasy environments, with increased resistance to abrasion for better durability. A flexible, robust glove offering great dexterity and with good resistance to tearing. Glove stays correctly adjusted. Protects the hand from oils, hydrocarbons, grease and abrasion, with optimal long lasting grip. Minimal allergy risks. Designed for easy movement and continuous wear. No irritation by seams in contact with the skin. Wrist well protected EN388 (4121).

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Manufacturer SHOWA
Manufacturer Code 377

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