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The KEVLAR® BLUE™ XT. All the features of the famous KEVLAR® BLUE™; extended to a total length of 680mm for serious protection.
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300RKBXT
Brand: Kevlar Blue
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The KEVLAR® BLUE™ XT Welding Glove

 

Has all the features of the famous KEVLAR® BLUE™ but extended to a total length of 680mm for serious lower and upper arm protection.

In certain welding situations the KEVLAR® BLUE™ XT can be worn with an apron and still offer very good full frontal protection without the need for a welding jacket or welding sleeves.

The KEVLAR® BLUE™ welding glove sets the standard for protection for boiler making and heavy duty welding. The KEVLAR® BLUE™ is designed for extra durability with addition leather reinforcing covering the palm and thumb area. The extra reinforcing knuckle bar strip across the back of the hand protects the knuckles and offers additional abrasion protection. We only use the highest quality leather and cotton liners and all wear seams are welted for additional protection and all seams are sewn with heat resistant Kevlar® thread for extra durability.

Many have tried to copy our glove and failed to meet the quality and protection levels that the original KEVLAR® BLUE™ continually offers.

Features: 

  • Extended Length of 680mm
  • Manufactured from soft, premium, selected butt leather
  • Addition leather reinforcing covering the palm and thumb area
  • Extra reinforcing knuckle bar strip across the back of the hand
  • Wear seams are welted for additional protection
  • Sewn with heat resistant Kevlar® thread for extra durability
  • One size fits all

 

Certified by SAI Global to AS/NZS 2161.3:2005 Occupational protective gloves - Protection against mechanical risks (EN 388) and AS/NZS 2161.4:1999 Occupational protective gloves – Protection against thermal risks (heat and fire) EN407

Performance Results:

  • AS/NZS 2161.3/ EN388 – 4244
  • AS/NZS 2161.4/ EN407 - 41314X

The KEVLAR® BLUE™ XT Welding Glove

 

Has all the features of the famous KEVLAR® BLUE™ but extended to a total length of 680mm for serious lower and upper arm protection.

In certain welding situations the KEVLAR® BLUE™ XT can be worn with an apron and still offer very good full frontal protection without the need for a welding jacket or welding sleeves.

The KEVLAR® BLUE™ welding glove sets the standard for protection for boiler making and heavy duty welding. The KEVLAR® BLUE™ is designed for extra durability with addition leather reinforcing covering the palm and thumb area. The extra reinforcing knuckle bar strip across the back of the hand protects the knuckles and offers additional abrasion protection. We only use the highest quality leather and cotton liners and all wear seams are welted for additional protection and all seams are sewn with heat resistant Kevlar® thread for extra durability.

Many have tried to copy our glove and failed to meet the quality and protection levels that the original KEVLAR® BLUE™ continually offers.

Features: 

  • Extended Length of 680mm
  • Manufactured from soft, premium, selected butt leather
  • Addition leather reinforcing covering the palm and thumb area
  • Extra reinforcing knuckle bar strip across the back of the hand
  • Wear seams are welted for additional protection
  • Sewn with heat resistant Kevlar® thread for extra durability
  • One size fits all

 

Certified by SAI Global to AS/NZS 2161.3:2005 Occupational protective gloves - Protection against mechanical risks (EN 388) and AS/NZS 2161.4:1999 Occupational protective gloves – Protection against thermal risks (heat and fire) EN407

Performance Results:

  • AS/NZS 2161.3/ EN388 – 4244
  • AS/NZS 2161.4/ EN407 - 41314X
Products specifications
Colour Royal Blue
Item Type Glove
Outer Material Leather
Products specifications
Colour Royal Blue
Item Type Glove
Outer Material Leather

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