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Posted 17 February 2024

Portwest A310 Abrasion Resistant Flexo Grip Nitrile Glove Grey/White, Large

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Material Nitrile, Pylon, Nitrile Brand Portwest Size L Colour Grey Special feature Palm dipped, ANSI Abrasion Level 2, 100% Breathable seamless liner, Ideal for auto repair construction and other sectorsPalm dipped, ANSI Abrasion Level 2, 100% Breathable seamless liner, Ideal for auto repair construction and other sectors
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  • PRODUCT USES: The nitrile coating on the Flexo Grip Glove gives enhanced abrasion resistance, The 13g liner provides a high glove dexterity of 5 which is ideal for auto repair, construction and other sectors
  • DESIGN AND FUNCTIONALITY: Ideal for auto repair, construction and other sectors, 13 gauge liner for a ideal fit, Breathable seamless liner, Lightweight for enhanced wearing comfort, CE certified ANSI cut level A1 ANSI abrasion level 2 UKCA marked
  • MATERIALS: Polyester, Elastane, Portwest products are manufactured to the highest standards with quality materials to ensure durability, comfort, and style
  • RANGE: A wide and increasing range of hand protection products is available, In order to help cater to every need, Only the ideal materials and manufacturing methods are used in the production of Portwests' extensive range of Hand Protection products
  • STANDARDS: EN ISO 21420: 2020 Dexterity 5, EN 388: 2016 + A1: 2018 - (3121X), ANSI/ISEA 105: 2016 CUT Level (A1),

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  1. Captain_Bus's avatar
    My favourite picture is the one showing you can use the glove to point at girders.
    Sir_Spamalot's avatar
    Have you tried pointing at girders barehanded without at least getting a bloody hand? Didn't think so!
  2. Malik_34's avatar
    Are they waterproof?
    Tedman's avatar
    Only the coated palm side the top is cloth so gets soaked. 
  3. jasonsaunders's avatar
    These are 99p in home bargains, and about a month back they had purple ones at 79p in their gardening section.
    8o8's avatar
    Sounds like a joke but the purple ones with flowers on from HB are actually great. I use them if DIY or car fix is needed.
  4. Scifly's avatar
    great gloves for handling wood
  5. Deczz's avatar
    But 5quid delivery man
  6. lnewcombe88's avatar
    I'd like to meet whoever thought that white was a good idea for gloves like these
  7. mikey121947's avatar
  8. mcfunkalot's avatar
    Ordered Thank you
  9. Just-Blondie's avatar
    Medium is £1.14 too
    DuckDuck86's avatar
    S sadly is £5
  10. timmyramjam's avatar
    get a pair and pick your own nettles (concentrated food / medicine)
    dangel's avatar
    From experience - maybe not. You'd be surprised with thin gloves and also remember the back will let the little so and so's sting you no problemo at all..
  11. younome's avatar
    Large now out of stock 😔
  12. lespaul's avatar
    That final photo ? Salute!
  13. Boobieman88's avatar
    Terrible unless using for light use.
  14. sgs222's avatar
    Why expired? Just bought 3 x L size £1.14 a pair
  15. BigPro's avatar
    Large out of stock, only medium is this price but they are too small for me
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