Tillman 1773 Cold Weather Work Glove
Tillman 1773 Cold Weather Work Glove
Tillman 1773 Cold Weather Work Glove
Tillman 1773 Cold Weather Work Glove
Tillman 1773 Cold Weather Work Glove
Tillman 1773 Cold Weather Work Glove
Tillman 1773 Cold Weather Work Glove
Tillman 1773 Cold Weather Work Glove
Tillman 1773 Cold Weather Work Glove
Tillman 1773 Cold Weather Work Glove

Tillman 1773 Cold Weather Work Glove

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The Tillman 1773 cold weather work gloves feature a 13-gauge outer, seamless shell with ANSI A2 cut resistance. An acrylic lining provides comfort to the user and excellent thermal insulation for warmth. The sandy latex coating offers an excellent grip in dry, wet, and oily applications. The knitted wrist helps prevent dirt and debris from entering the glove. The Hi-Vis orange color provides greater safety on the jobsite. These gloves are washable, thus extending the lifespan of the glove.

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