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Leather Protectors for Electrical-Insulating Gloves

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Leather protectors are worn over electrical-insulating rubber gloves to protect rubber gloves from pinpricks or tears. These gloves do not provide protection against electrical shock when worn on their own. The class of the leather protector should match the class of the electrical-insulating rubber glove. Leather gloves resist abrasion to help extend the lifespan of the electrical-insulating gloves.
Leather protectors are worn over electrical-insulating rubber gloves to protect rubber gloves from pinpricks or tears. These gloves do not provide protection against electrical shock when worn on their own. The class of the leather protector should match the class of the electrical-insulating rubber glove. Leather gloves resist abrasion to help extend the lifespan of the electrical-insulating gloves.

Cowhide Leather Protectors for Class 00 & Class 0 Electrical-Insulating Rubber Gloves

Cowhide Leather Protectors for Class 00 & Class 0 Electrical-Insulating Rubber Gloves
These cowhide-leather protectors are worn over Class 00 or Class 0 electrical-insulating rubber gloves. Cowhide is a durable and comfortable leather that maintains a good appearance over time. Protectors for Voltage Class 00 and Voltage Class 0 gloves must be no less than 1/2" shorter than the cuff on the insulating glove.
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Goatskin Leather Protectors for Class 00 & Class 0 Electrical-Insulating Rubber Gloves

Goatskin Leather Protectors for Class 00 & Class 0 Electrical-Insulating Rubber Gloves
These goatskin-leather protectors are worn over Class 00 or Class 0 electrical-insulating rubber gloves. Goatskin leather is soft, supple, and has excellent dexterity. It has better abrasion-, tear-, and water-resistance than other leathers. Protectors for Voltage Class 00 and Voltage Class 0 gloves must be no less than 1/2" shorter than the cuff on the insulating glove.
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Goatskin Leather Protectors for Class 3 Electrical-Insulating Rubber Gloves

Goatskin Leather Protectors for Class 3 Electrical-Insulating Rubber Gloves
These goatskin-leather protectors are worn over Class 3 electrical-insulating rubber gloves. Goatskin leather is soft, supple, and has excellent dexterity. It has better abrasion-, tear-, and water-resistance than other leathers. Protectors for Voltage Class 3 gloves must be no less than 3" shorter than the cuff on the insulating glove.
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Cowhide Leather Protectors for Class 1 & Class 2 Electrical-Insulating Rubber Gloves

Cowhide Leather Protectors for Class 1 & Class 2 Electrical-Insulating Rubber Gloves
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Goatskin Leather Protectors for Class 1 Electrical-Insulating Rubber Gloves

Goatskin Leather Protectors for Class 1 Electrical-Insulating Rubber Gloves
These goatskin-leather protectors are worn over Class 1 electrical-insulating rubber gloves. Goatskin leather is soft, supple, and has excellent dexterity. It has better abrasion-, tear-, and water-resistance than other leathers. Protectors for Voltage Class 1 gloves must be no less than 1" shorter than the cuff on the insulating glove.
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Cowhide Leather Protectors for Class 2 Electrical-Insulating Rubber Gloves

Cowhide Leather Protectors for Class 2 Electrical-Insulating Rubber Gloves
These cowhide-leather protectors are worn over Class 2 electrical-insulating rubber gloves. Cowhide is a durable and comfortable leather that maintains a good appearance over time. Protectors for Voltage Class 2 gloves must be no less than 2" shorter than the cuff on the insulating glove.
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Goatskin Leather Protectors for Class 2 Electrical-Insulating Rubber Gloves

Goatskin Leather Protectors for Class 2 Electrical-Insulating Rubber Gloves
These goatskin-leather protectors are worn over Class 2 electrical-insulating rubber gloves. Goatskin leather is soft, supple, and has excellent dexterity. It has better abrasion-, tear-, and water-resistance than other leathers. Protectors for Voltage Class 2 gloves must be no less than 2" shorter than the cuff on the insulating glove.
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Goatskin Leather Protectors for Class 1 & Class 2 Electrical-Insulating Rubber Gloves

Goatskin Leather Protectors for Class 1 & Class 2 Electrical-Insulating Rubber Gloves
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Goatskin Leather Protectors for Class 4 Electrical-Insulating Rubber Gloves

Goatskin Leather Protectors for Class 4 Electrical-Insulating Rubber Gloves
These goatskin-leather protectors are worn over Class 4 electrical-insulating rubber gloves. Goatskin leather is soft, supple, and has excellent dexterity. It has better abrasion-, tear-, and water-resistance than other leathers. Protectors for Voltage Class 4 gloves must be no less than 4" shorter than the cuff on the insulating glove.
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Cowhide Leather Protectors for Class 4 Electrical-Insulating Rubber Gloves

Cowhide Leather Protectors for Class 4 Electrical-Insulating Rubber Gloves
These cowhide-leather protectors are worn over Class 4 electrical-insulating rubber gloves. Cowhide is a durable and comfortable leather that maintains a good appearance over time. Protectors for Voltage Class 4 gloves must be no less than 4" shorter than the cuff on the insulating glove.
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