FR Rain Glove with OutDry and Kevlar

FR Rain Glove with OutDry® and Kevlar® is a waterproof work glove designed for heavy rainfall that is flame resistant, cut resistant and arc rated to 53 cal/cm2. Made of high-quality goatskin and sewn into an ergonomic, 3D form-fit pattern. The entire glove features a cut-resistant liner made with 100% Kevlar fiber by DuPont™. OutDry’s one-piece patented process renders the glove 100% waterproof, while retaining superior wicking properties to keep your hands warm and dry. A second layer of suede goatskin reinforcement on the fingertips, palm and knuckle enhance the durability and protection while maintaining high dexterity.

Will not drip, melt or ignite when exposed to flames or sparks.

The result is increased efficiency, productivity and safety for workers, while in compliance with the NFPA 70e-2018 standard and OSHA 29 CFR Part 1926.

For more information, please visit: https://ytgloves.com/.

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