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    Cut-resistant gloves

    January 1, 2011

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    Patented, ultrahigh-strength yarns produced with Dyneema Diamond Technology enable these gloves to provide comfort and durability at the higher levels of cut-resistance standards (ANSI level 3 and EN388 level 4). These gloves are lighter and more tactile, and they keep the wearer’s hands considerably cooler than those made with other materials, including aramids.
    DSM Dyneema

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