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Superior SNW CP2D Clearance SALE Limited Los Angeles Mall time Emerald CX Cotton Polyester St Stainless Nylon

Superior SNW/CP2D Emerald CX Nylon/Polyester/Cotton/Stainless St

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Superior SNW/CP2D Emerald CX Nylon/Polyester/Cotton/Stainless St

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Product description

Superior's SNW/CP 7 gauge wire-core glove series feature a range of cost-effective, cut-resistant gloves. Emerald CX is our own composite yarn that blends cost savings with great performance. Their cut-resistance is achieved by combining polyester, cotton and stainless-steel wire core. The wire core is completely encased by cotton fiber for improved comfort and no risk of metal popping through to the hand or to objects being handled. This also increases glove life and makes them an economical choice. Gloves are rated ASTM cut-level 3, are long-wearing and fully launderable. Speckled blue color hides dirt better for longer wear. Gloves are an ideal choice for moderate cut applications such as handling metal stampings or other sharp materials. CX blend of nylon/polyester/cotton/stainless steel composite yarn. PVC dots on both front and back of hands.

Superior SNW/CP2D Emerald CX Nylon/Polyester/Cotton/Stainless St

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