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Whizard Knifehandler Glove

SKU:WLA333374

Regular Price: $14.99

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Whizard Knifehandler Glove
Regular Price: $14.99

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Whizard Knifehandler is the original heavy duty knife hand glove for the meat industry. Improved with enhanced yarn construction for increased cut resistance and better dexterity. The Knifehandler glove can be worn on either hand and is excellent in cold weather environments. Prewashed and preshrunk. ANSI level 5.

Ideal for meat, poultry and seafood processing and food service.

  • ANSI Level 5
  • 3" cuff
  • Maintains tight grip on knife without excess hand and wrist fatigue
  • Ambidextrous, gloves can be worn on either hand
  • Provides exceptional cut resistance
  • Breathable and form-fitting with excellent thermal properties
  • Sold by the Each

Additional Information

SKU WLA333374
Prop 65 No
Weight 0.6000
Dimension No
MPN 333374
UOM EA
UPC No
Manufacturer Wells Lamont Industrial
Material No

Customer Reviews

Whittling Review by Whittlin' Will
I do old time pocketknife whittling. Little figures out of wood, done with a pocketknife. I whittled for 14 years without a glove, finally cut myself REAL bad, bought this exact glove from a woodcarving supplier {for TWENTY FIVE DOLLARS mind you, not ten dollars less as you see here}, & it is about the best investment i've ever made! I've used the same glove for over 4 years now & it's still going strong! I do want to get a new one though, as there are a few small holes in mine where the tip of my blade went between the weave, so sliced some of the nylon. As i was told, these gloves are a MAJOR resister to slicing cuts, but due to the nylon around the steel fibers, the point of the blade may still get you, but usually it will be, at most, a band-aid affair, not a trip to the e.r.. HIGHLY reccomended!! {& especially at the cheaper price here, though my 25 bucks was TRULY worth it} (Posted on 10/18/2012)
Review by 1/0/1900 0:00
I use a scalpel in very cold conditions. I usually use the cheaper yellow Kevlar gloves which seem to wick the heat right out of my finger. These Whizard gloves seem warmer. My only complaint is that the fingers on these gloves are a bit long for me. (Posted on 12/17/2008)

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