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Family: RTZ945

This premium 15-inch welding glove is constructed using select shoulder split cowhide leather and features Kevlar® stitched seams, a reinforced palm and full foam sock lining.

Family: RTZ8135

This MIG/TIG welders glove has a grain cowhide leather construction with a 4" split cowhide leather cuff.

Family: TIL1250

Featuring premium side split cowhide leather, this 14-inch glove incorporates Kevlar® stitching, a reinforced wing thumb and a cotton/foam liner.

Family: MCR4600

The 4600 Blue Beast® welders glove features all cow blue select side leather. The palm and the thumb strap are reinforced for durability and all seams are fully welted and sewn with Kevlar® thread. The glove lining consist of soft cotton jersey and cotton drill cuff lining. This glove is a beast for safety.

Family: RTZ400G

Standard 14-inch shoulder split cowhide leather welding glove with sock lining.

Family: GLB1200

Premium shoulder split cow leather welders glove, russet color, featuring Aramid fiber sewn stitches, reinforced wing thumb, and a double reinforced thumb crotch. This glove also features a hem cuff, welting in all vulnerable seams for added wear and protection, and a full semi-sock thermal-knit cotton lining for comfort and added heat protection.

Family: TIL6230

This 30" light duty flame resistant welding jacket is constructed of 100% cotton Westex FR7A® fabric and features button snap closures. Its 9oz. weight makes it a popular choice amongst welders. Green. Sizes: LG-4X. Warning: Designed for light duty welding only.

Item ID: ELVJE8000
  • Features (3) sets of belt loops to allow length adjustment from 33" - 36", easy on/off apron style design with two sets of leg straps and buckles and Prolar® protective pads that allow no compromise for safety 

  • Meet ASTM standards for leg protection for chain saw users (F-1897-2008) 

  • One size fits most

Item ID: ELVJE9036
Elvex chainsaw chaps meet the requirements of ASTM Standard for Leg Protection for Chain Saw Users (F-1897-2008). This standard requires that the chaps can stop a chain saw running at 2,750 feet/minute tested at both 45 degrees and 90 degrees to the longitudinal axis of the test sample, under controlled laboratory conditions. Compliance tests are performed by Underwriters Laboratories (UL) in accordance with ASTM F-1414, Measurement of Cut Resistance to Chain Saw Lower Body Protective Clothing. The performance requirements previously were 2,500 feet per minute chain speed. Available in 33", 36" and 39" lengths.
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