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Carhartt Gloves: Men's Yellow A611 HIVSYL Hi Vis Cut Resistant Work Gloves

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Carhartt Gloves: Men's Hi-Vis Gloves A611 HIVSYL

Carhartt Gloves: Men's Yellow A611 HIVSYL Hi Vis Cut Resistant Work Gloves

Your hands are the tools you use the most. You need to keep them protected and if you are working outside, you will want them to be seen too. ~These Carhartt Men's Yellow A611 HIVSYL Hi-Vis Cut-Resistant Lined Work Gloves are exactly what you need to keep your most important tools protected.

These Carhartt gloves are a bright yellow, so no matter what condition, your hands will be seen when you wear them. These men's gloves are also lined with a blend of cotton, nylon, and spandex to keep your hands comfortable and warm. They are full fingered and have a straight thumb style, so your hands will be fully protected and none of your fingers will stick out. The palms and fingers of these cut-resistant gloves are made of polyurethane.

Carhartt makes some of the best workwear on the market and these are no exception. You can feel safe when you wear these bright yellow gloves, even around sharp objects. They are cut-resistant, so if you do snag on something sharp, your hands will be good to go.

Don't leave your hands, the most important tools you own, unprotected. Grab a pair of these Men's Yellow A611 HIVSYL Hi-Vis Cut-Resistant Lined Work Gloves.

Manufactured sizes include: M, L, XL

Detailed Product Specifications

Gender
Men's
Fabric
Cotton, Nylon, Spandex
Pattern
Solid
Glove Features
Coated & Dipped, Cut Resistant, Knuckle Protection
Purpose
Assembly, Carpentry, Chores, Construction, Hiking, Hunting, Manufacturing, Material Handling, Outdoor, Tool Work, Warehouse
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