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Cordova 3733 X-ACT Safety Gloves, 18 Gauge HPPE-Steel-Glass Fiber Shell, Gray Polyurethane Palm Coating - Each
Cordova 3733 X-ACT Safety Gloves

Item discontinued, sale on remaining items, limited quantity available, all sales are final!

Item# Item Name Each
Sale Price
Qty Add
COR-3733XXL 2XLarge
$ 2.57
COR-3733XS Extra Small
$ 2.57
COR-3733L Large
$ 2.57
COR-3733M Medium
$ 2.57
COR-3733S Small
$ 2.57
COR-3733XL XLarge
$ 2.57
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Sold Individually. Call for case pricing: 144 per case.

  • 18 Gauge HPPE-Steel-Glass Fiber Shell
  • Gray Polyurethane Palm Coating
  • Good Abrasion and Snag Resistance
  • Cut Resistant
  • Machine Washable
  • CE-EN: 4321, CE Cut Level 3
  • ANSI-ISAE Cut Level 2: 827 Grams

Cordova's HPPE X-ACT gloves are ready to protect under conditions where high-dexterity must be maintained. Pickup and assemble small parts while remaining protected with the thin 18 gauge fibers HPPE-steel-glass fiber yarns. Machine washable and coated with a grey polyurethane palm exterior, these gloves can maintain grip while keeping a high amount of cut safety for your workers. Tighly fitting knit shell and knit wrist keeps the glove in place during work for comfort and safety as well as keeps debris from entering the glove during work.

ANS-ISEA: Cut Level 2: 827 Grams. CE/EN 388: 4321 Cut Level 3. Machine washable for extended use.

Aramid yarns are more brittle over time and less resilient to UV light which causes pre-mature breakdown and loss of cut resistance as well as absorbs water. Where as HPPE does not absorb water and is 10x more flexible over time without a loss of capabilities vs Kevlar improving a gloves life-span tremendously. HPPE can be machine-washed dozens of times without any loss of performance vs Kevlar.

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