MCR Safety Ninja Ice
Best Winter Glove Period!
MCR’s Ninja line of gloves set a high standard for low-temperature protection in the industry. Its combination of toasty terrycloth lining and proprietary Hydropellent Technology (HPT) coating make it a perennial favorite for both work and sport in chilly environments.
Beyond chilly, actually; MCR touts the glove as being able to provide protection in conditions as low as -58 °F without losing flexibility. Out of the contiguous states, only Montana, Idaho, Wyoming, Colorado, N. Dakota, and Minnesota get any colder than that.
What makes the Ninja Ice so special? Well, a major factor is the Hydropellent Technology (HPT) on the 15-gauge nylon shell. As the name implies, HPT repels water and other liquids and ensures a firm grip in wet conditions with its spongy and flexible design. In addition, the manufacturing process traps air bubbles in the coating itself, allowing it to absorb mild vibrations, although that’s obviously not a replacement for actual vibration-resistant equipment. It also features Actifresh anti-bacterial treatment that prevents buildup of microbes and keeps the glove fresh. Good thing, too; if it can survive at 58 below, you probably don’t want it swimming around in your body.
The terrycloth lining is a miniaturized version of the same loop-woven cloth used for towels and bathrobes. It’s acrylic, though, so you won’t have to worry about premature degradation. Terrycloth traps heat and absorbs moisture, keeping your hands warm enough to work while drying off any sweat.
To sum up, MCR’s Ninja Ice glove is an excellent choice for your low-temperature labor needs, with water-repelling outer coating and heat-trapping inner lining. The cold will still bite, but it doesn’t have to freeze you in your tracks.
If you’re looking for the BEST WINTER GLOVE PERIOD! you are looking for the Ninja Ice. Comes in sizes small through double extra-large. To sum up, MCR’s Ninja Ice glove is an excellent choice for your low-temperature labor needs, with water-repelling outer coating and heat-trapping inner lining. The cold will still bite, but it doesn’t have to freeze you in your tracks..
- Acrylic Terry liner for insulation / warmth.
- HPT repels liquids while providing strong wet or dry grip
- Coating remains soft in temperatures as low as -58 F
- 15 Gauge black nylon
- ANSI Abrasion 2
- ANSI Puncture 2
- CE Score 3232
Cold storage applications Commercial fishing Frozen food packaging Agriculture Construction Farming Landscaping Shipping / receiving Warehousing
Material Group: Strings
Product Type: Dipped
Size: Small to XXL
Gauge: 15 Gauge
Features: Sold as Pair
EN 388 : CE Score - Abrasion: 3
EN 388 : CE Score - Cut: 2
EN 388 : CE Score - Tear: 3
EN 388 : CE Score - Puncture: 2
ANSI Puncture: ANSI Puncture 2
ANSI Abrasion: ANSI ABRASION 3
SMALL SIZE : A: 9.44 B: 5.31 C: N/A
MEDIUM SIZE : A: 9.84 B: 5.35 C: N/A
LARGE SIZE : A: 10.22 B: 5.62 C: N/A
X-LARGE SIZE : A: 11.02 B: 5.82 C: N/A
XX-LARGE SIZE: A: 11.41 B: 6.14 C: N/A