Handling Gloves + Glove Box Kit
One of our vendors introduced us to these "Handling Gloves". Our staff members use them for everything from unloading containers, working on cars to weeding the garden. What sets these gloves apart from all others is the THIN Nitrile coating on the palm over a breathable seamless Lycra liner. The Nitrile coating provides a non-slip grip while still being thin and conforming enough with great finger dexterity to allow you to write and even type on keyboard while wearing these gloves. This web page written while wearing a pair.
- These gloves seem to fit a variety of average adult male hands due to the stretch that the lycra provides.
Comes with Glove Box ( Gov Contracted Piece )
The Glove Box is Made in the USA.
4 1/4 x 2 3/4 x 1 3/4"
Poly Boxes designed to hold chemical weapons exposure wipes
Great gloves use them for everything. Need to carry the smaller size
These gloves are great for working in the data-center for installing/deinstalling servers, running fiber/CAT6a, along with general purpose needs. Basically these should be an addition to all EDC kits and bug out bags.
Great Gloves have extras love GREAT GRIP
Use them in maintenance of shop tools and gear. Would highly recommend.
Also great for working on your broken down rental car, but Ben gets a Bravo Zulu!
I work in the Telecom industry, so I do a lot of varying tasks with my hands, from pulling wire, putting connectors on, typing, carrying heavy racks of equipment, and working underground in the dirt. These gloves are the best I've found so far. Palm is non-slip for carrying and grasping, but the coating is absolutely thin enough for maximum dexterity and feeling with gloves on. They are also breathable so they are wearable during the summer without getting slimy inside. They can be had cheaper elsewhere, but without the carrying case. I've ordered 2 pairs and have received a size "large" each time. They are available in other sizes elsewhere, but CountyComm is correct in saying these size gloves will fit most men. They are stretchy enough that they cover a wide variety of hand sizes. For me, the Countycomm purchase is worth it, because it's harder to loose the gloves if they're in the box. The box is nothing special but with the clip lanyard, it's a perfect match with the gloves for keeping track of them. The first pair of these I bought I used while finishing my basement (framing, electrical, drywall, painting, carpet, wood floor, trim carpentry). I found them to be suitable for all those tasks while keeping my hands clean. One pair lasted me through all those phases and probably could still be washed and used still. I just bought another pair because the originals were so covered in drywall mud and paint that it just seemed like it was time for a new pair.