Safety Today introduces the Brass Knuckle CR4300 (BKCR4300) work gloves, featuring ANSI cut-level 4 protection and a “hold-tight” latex coating on full-finger and palm. The crinkle grip pattern enhances dexterity, reduces the likelihood of sprains and minimizes fatigue. The gloves are made of a high-density polyethylene (HDPE)—a low-lint, continuous filament yarn that is stronger than steel on an equal-weight basis.
The stylish salt-and-pepper shell and blue palm—plus carefully considered form and fit—make the BKCR4300 a glove model that workers want to wear, encouraging compliance. This heavy-duty work glove offers durable grip and dexterity, without bulk.
The latex coating is designed not to mar product surfaces — ideal when processing glass, steel, and more. The glove is equally well suited in other industries requiring protection from large, fragile or bulky materials, including assembly, manufacturing, construction, automotive or recycling.
Easily identifiable by the Brass Knuckle logo on the back of the hand, the BKCR4300 is available in five different sizes, each color-coded to simplify re-issuance.
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