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These gloves keep your hands warm while providing the protection you need to get the job done. Wind and water resistant outer shell with synthetic palm overlays and extended cuff for added protection. They have a reinforced thumb saddle and synthetic fingertips for improved grip.
The DeWalt DEWGPG740L large black Wind and Water resistant gloves are approved to the following standard:
EN Test: CE EN 389
DeWALT has earned a reputation for designing, engineering and building tough industrial machinery. In 1923 Raymond DeWALT invented the radial arm saw that for decades continued to set the standard for quality and durability. It was the start of our long lasting reputation among professional craftsmen: tough, powerful, precise, rugged and reliable. These became the trademarks of the DeWALT name. Today these characteristics are incorporated through long experience and state-of-the-art engineering into every product of DeWALT's broad range of high performance, portable, electric power tools and accessories.
DEWALT's broad range of high performance, portable, electric power tools and accessories. The acceptance of these DEWALT products by professional tradesmen around the world has made DEWALT the number one selling brand of professional power tools.
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So far I'm very pleased with these gloves, I used they during the cold spell / snow we just had and found they great for the price.Published 20 months ago by A.Customer
I use these gloves for window cleaning with a waterfed pole and they are excellent, not waterproof at all but certainly windproof and lovely and warm. Read morePublished 21 months ago by R. Sawyer
Bought these for my husband to wear when working on his market stall, as his hands get very cold. He loved them when I bought them, as then, it was very cold and these kept his... Read morePublished 22 months ago by Helen
Really disappointed with these gloves! They are just a normal pair of fleece gloves with some weak patches stitched on. The description should state they are fleece. Read morePublished 23 months ago by richardlb69