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Maxiflex II Gloves

Item #: 34-875 Series

MaxiFlex™ II, black micro-foam nitrile coated palm, full finger & knuckles.
For fast service & best value, order by the dozen.

 

Made by PIP (Manuf. Part # 34-875)

 

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Maxiflex II Gloves

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Whether you are working with heavy machinery repairing a road, with wood building a house, or with garden shears on your garden, you will want to protect your hands. In any of those scenarios, something could happen from cuts, splinters, to insect bites. You want durable gloves that offer your hands protection while also allowing you to move freely to complete your work. These silicone free Maxiflex II gloves are the kind of gloves that can provide you with all of these benefits.

Color: Black & Gray

  • FEATURES:
    • Silicone free
    • Minimal penetration (strike through) makes for an interior soft liner
    • Produces minimal amounts of lint and dust
  • TECHNICAL INFORMATION:
    • Continuous knit cuff style
    • Made from nylon liner along with micro-foam nitrile coating
  • PIP (Manuf. Part # 34-875)

Customer Reviews

Comfortable Protective Work Gloves Review by Ginny
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I highly recommend the Maxiflex II Gloves. I wear them while working in our shipping department. They’ve made it easy for me to grab onto boxes and carry them while protecting my hands from cuts or scraps. They have a comfortable, snug fit, and the coating on the outside enables me to thumb through my paperwork with ease.
I love them! (Posted on 7/23/12)
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