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PIP 120-4100 Goatskin Leather Palm Glove with Leather Back & Kevlar Blended Liner, 1/Pair

by PIP
Original price $39.95 - Original price $39.95
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Ideal for heavy/light construction, auto repair, demolition, manufacturing, mining, fabrication, landscaping.


  • Reinforced Goatskin leather palm and back provides the softest, most abrasion-resistant leather and is highly recommended for applications requiring tactile sensitivity
  • Split Goatskin leather fingertips for added protection
  • Kevlar® blended lining offers comfort, enhanced cut protection and good heat dispersion
  • Internal foam padded palm absorbs and dampens shock
  • Thermo Plastic Rubber (TPR) molded finger guards for maximum protection
  • Reflective knuckle tape makes this product easy to see in low-light applications
  • Nylon spandex fabric for comfort and breathability
  • PVC sandy grip on thumbcrotch and thumb provides an enhanced grip and extra cut/abrasion resistance
  • Micro cotton thumb for comfort
  • Slip-on cuff with hook & loop closure for easy on/off and a secure fit
  • Reflective knuckle tape makes this product easy to see in low-light applications
  • Launderable for extended life and to reduce replacement costs

ANSI Cut Level: A3

Test Method: ASTM F2992-15

New edition ANSI/ISEA 105-2016 outlines a new test method for determining cut scores and a revised scale from A1-A9.

ANSI Abrasion Level: 3

Test Method: ASTM D3389-10

The ANSI/ISEA 105-2016 standard outlines test methods for abrasion and is scored from 0-6. The ASTM D3389-10 test is used for coated gloves and the end point (failure) is the number of abrasion cycles it takes for the coating to wear through. The larger numbers of cycles indicates greater abrasion resistance of the product and a higher ANSI Abrasion Level.

EN 388 2016 Results:

Abrasion: 3Cut (Coupe Test): XTear: 3Puncture: 2Cut (TDM-100 Test): CImpact Protection: X

EN 388 is a European Standard. Cut Level is determined by the number of cycles it takes a spinning circular blade, that is pulled across the material under a constant weight of 500 grams, to cut the fabric. As the number of cycles increase, so does the glove's ratings.