Barely there

July 12, 2016
Barely there
Superior Glove’s ultrafine 18-gauge Kevlar-blended knit gloves offer the fit and feel of bare hands, but the tightly knit engineered yarn offers high levels of cut protection. The fabrication of these gloves allows the user to experience dexterity like never before, says the manufacturer, which is perfect for precise and delicate operations, yet tough enough for general construction applications. Don’t be fooled by the lightweight look and feel — these gloves offer ASTM level 3 for both cut and abrasion. Adding a layer of protection to a cut-resistant, string-knit glove gives the user the same comfort and cut protection, but with a lot more possibility. The polyurethane palm coating on this glove has been designed in a way that maintains the glove’s dexterity while providing a better grip, and it even offers ASTM level 2 puncture protection on the palm.

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