Miller A5 Cut Resistant TIG Welding Gloves

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Miller® A5 Cut Resistant TIG Welding Gloves

Miller® ANSI A5 Cut Resistant TIG welding gloves feature grain goatskin palms and split cowhide back and cuffs. Mylar® lining resists cuts, abrasion, wicks moisture and provides protection in both cold and hot weather environments. Goatskin leather palms offer excellent dexterity. Palms are also padded in critical wear areas for additional protection and comfort.  Durable cowhide back extends the life of the gloves, and resists heat and abrasion. Miller A5 cut resistant TIG gloves have pre-curved fingers and are sewn with 100% Kevlar® thread.



Application
TIG (GTAW)

Features
  • ANSI A5 cut rating, level 4 puncture and abrasion rating, and level 3 heat rating
  • Premium-grade leather heightens dexterity and extends wear
  • Durable goat grain leather palm allows for maximum precision and amplifies dexterity
  • Cow split cuff and back provides abrasion, puncture and moisture resistance
  • Ergonomic wrist design for additional comfort
  • Three-dimensional patterns and pre-curved fingers provide an excellent fit, resulting in unmatched comfort
  • Kevlar® flame-resistant thread for maximum seam strength, durability and protection
  • Additional padding onpalm andsides for enhanced protection and durability



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      Samuel C.
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      Rated 5 out of 5 stars
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      I like them very much. They are a little bit thicker than the gloves I’m used to wearing. But I use them for stick welding instead of tig. Plus I’m outside in the cold and they are definitely warmer.

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