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Skytec Torque Flex™ Hi-Vis Anti-Impact Glove

Skytec Torque Flex™ Hi-Vis Anti-Impact Glove

Skytec

A durable and extremely flexible impact resistant glove reinforced at the thumb and index finger. Highly visible colour for efficient hand signalling in poorly lit conditions.

Code: 652213


Skytec

£25.49 Pair (ex. VAT)

£30.59 inc. VAT Was: £32.25 (ex. VAT)
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Skytec Torque Flex™ Hi-Vis Anti-Impact Glove

A durable and extremely flexible impact resistant glove reinforced at the thumb and index finger. Highly visible colour for efficient hand signalling in poorly lit conditions.
Characteristics
  • Durable double synthetic leather construction
  • Dense, moulded TPR protection zones on knuckles, fingers, thumb and back of hand
  • Textured grip reinforced with Kevlar® applied to thumb and index finger
  • Torque Flex™ and Torque Stealth™ are constructed using keprotec® fabric by schoeller®. This high-performing and comfortable protective base material contains high-tensile aramid fibres to enhance durability and provide temperature stability
Benefits
  • Anti-slip technology for enhanced cushioned grip
  • Oil and water-resistant palm
  • Hi-vis colour for efficient hand signalling
  • Neoprene cuff resists snagging
  • ID Tag positioned on inner wrist
  • Anatomical design helps prevent hand fatigue
Industries
  • Airports
  • Construction
  • Oil & gas
  • Ports
  • Railways

Manufacturer Details

Manufacturer Skytec
Manufacturer Code Torque Flex™

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