Showa gardening gloves 381 - abrasion resistant - 3 sizes

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Buy Showa gardening gloves 381 - abrasion resistant - 3 sizes: <ul><b><li>Maximum abrasion resistance (Level 4)</li><li>Ultra-lightweight - only 19g</li><li>Seamless microfibre liner prevents irritation</li></b></ul><br>Light, durable and extremely comfortable glove with an embossed nitrile palm coating to disperse moisture and oil. Ideal for maintaining a secure grip during precision tasks.<br><br>The combination of microfibre and supple elastane allows excellent flexibility of movement, while the 0.84mm finger thickness provides plenty of sensitivity for intricate work.<br><br>Inside, an ergonomically shaped 0.52 denier yarn liner keeps hands snug in the cold and wicks away sweat to help hands stay dry in hot weather.

  • Maximum abrasion resistance (Level 4)
  • Ultra-lightweight - only 19g
  • Seamless microfibre liner prevents irritation

Light, durable and extremely comfortable glove with an embossed nitrile palm coating to disperse moisture and oil. Ideal for maintaining a secure grip during precision tasks.

The combination of microfibre and supple elastane allows excellent flexibility of movement, while the 0.84mm finger thickness provides plenty of sensitivity for intricate work.

Inside, an ergonomically shaped 0.52 denier yarn liner keeps hands snug in the cold and wicks away sweat to help hands stay dry in hot weather.

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