Tillman, manufacturer of quality welding and construction gloves as well as protective job-site garments, is helping workers keep their hands free of frostbite this winter. The company has released its Tillman 1772 and 1773 high-visibility cold weather gloves.
Both gloves feature a 13-gauge polyester with ANSI A2 cut resistance with a choice of either a sandy nitrile grip (1772) or a sandy latex grip (1773).
Tillman’s 1772 and 1773 offer three levels of protection:
1. Keep hands safe with an ANSI A2 cut resistance.
2. Keep hands dry with either a 3⁄4 dip nitrile coating, 1772, or a full dip latex coating, 1773.
3. Keep hands warm with a soft acrylic terry for warmth that won’t chafe the user’s hands or wrists for all-day comfort.
The 1772 and 1773 offer high-visibility 13-gauge polyester with ANSI A2 cut resistance with a 10-gauge and yellow acrylic terry for warmth. Additionally, both have a knit wrist that helps prevent dirt and debris from entering the glove. The 1772 has a smooth blue-coated, 3⁄4 nitrile that helps keep hands dry and a sandy nitrile coating provides superior grip in various applications; whereas, the 1773 is made of a smooth orange-coated, 3⁄4 latex material.
Both the 1772 and 1773 can be laundered extending the life of the glove, lowering replacement costs and offer a color binding on the cuff that indicates the gloves size.
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