Black Stallion A5 Cut Resistant MIG Welding Gloves BM88CR

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Black Stallion® A5 Cut Resistant MIG Welding Gloves BM88CR

Black Stallion® BM88CR cut resistant MIG welding gloves feature grain pigskin palm with cowhide back and carry an ANSI A5 rating for cut resistance. Palms have reinforced thumb strap. Gloves are fully lined with cut resistant para-aramid fiber that is difficult to cut or fray. Grain pigskin palm provides dexterity while the cowhide back, with DragPatch® and RestPatch™, provide superior heat and wear protection. All seams are sewn with Kevlar® thread.

Black Stallion® BM88CR cut resistant MIG welding gloves help reduce hand injuries that are common when handling sheet metal, steel and other objects with sharp or rough edges.



Features
  • Padded pigskin palm for comfort with high tactile performance
  • ANSI Cut Level A5 cut-resistant liner
  • Exclusive DragPatch® offers extra hot zone protection
  • Exclusive RestPatch® provides enhanced wrist padding
  • Kevlar® stitching provides spark and abrasion resistance
  • Sizes: M-2XL



    Find Your Welding Glove Size: Measure around your hand above the V of the thumb. This gives you the circumference in inches. Compare it to the measurement table above to find your corresponding Black Stallion® welding glove size.

    Understanding New ANSI Cut Ratings


  • 3.5
    Rated 3.5 out of 5 stars
    Based on 2 reviews
    Total 5 star reviews: 1 Total 4 star reviews: 0 Total 3 star reviews: 0 Total 2 star reviews: 1 Total 1 star reviews: 0
    2 reviews
    • DL
      David L.
      Verified Buyer
      I recommend this product
      Rated 5 out of 5 stars
      9 seconds ago
      Welding gloves.

      Gloves seem to fit nice and the size chart does match the size listed. And using them seems to work well as the fingers are small enough to feel the trigger and have the dexterity to turn and use the gun with ease.

      If they last like I think they should, I will probably be buying another pair.

    • J
      Justin
      Verified Buyer
      I do not recommend this product
      Rated 2 out of 5 stars
      2 years ago
      Extremely limited dexterity

      I handle thin sheet metal pretty often and I always try to find ways to improve safety. I previously had the Tillman A2 cut resistant MIG gloves and loved them. When I received these, I was greatly disappointed. I expected the gloves to be stiff, because thats the price you pay for cut resistance. But I did not expect the gloves to be so thick that the feeling would be equivalent to a winter weight glove with Novocain injected into my hand. I literally can't feel anything in these gloves, which makes welding difficult when you can't feel the torch trigger. I'd sacrifice cut resistance in a heartbeat if these gloves were the only option available.

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