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Weldas 10-2020 Arc Knight Fully Lined MIG Welding Gloves

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10-2020
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Part Number10-2020
ManufacturerWeldas
MaterialLeather - Cowhide
StyleWelding Glove
Availability- Allow 1-3 business days to ship
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Weldas® has specialized in making products for the welder that are comfortable, practical and durable. This glove is primarily made for metal inert gas MIG welding, but versatile enough to perform many different functions. The glove palm is made from durable, soft Top Grain Cowhide providing comfort and superior fingertip control, while the back is made from Grade A side split cowhide for heat and spark resistance. As if that wasn’t enough, these are also cotton lined and fully Kevlar® sewn. You’ll also notice that we welted the seams to eliminate seam exposure which will minimize seam burnout. Enjoy!

 

  • Welding Glove Sizes: S-3XL
  • Length: 4″cuff
  • Color(s): Pearl / Black
  • Material: Top Grain Cowhide, Grade A Side Split Cowhide, Kevlar® sewn, 100% cotton lining

What size gloves should I order?
It is important to know how to measure the hand to get a proper fitting glove. Measuring the hand for correct fit will give the employee the best possible protection without compromising the task, duty or safety of the wearer. There are two suggested ways to find the correct glove size. One way is to measure the width of the hand — measure around the hand (a dominant hand measurement is preferred) with a tape measure as shown below. The dominant hand will be the right if you are right-handed and left if you are left-handed.
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