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HeatArmor® 5058

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    1. Designed for TIG welding
    2. HPPE/polyester/steel blend liner that offers 360° cut resistance
    3. HeatHide® leather treatment technology offers ANSI Level 2 contact heat resistance
    4. Thin .6mm pearl grain goatskin palm and back-of-hand for increased dexterity
    5. 4.25” extended gauntlet cuff for added protection
    6. Aramid stitching throughout for added strength
    7. Good grip in dry or light oil situations
  • Built for TIG welding, the HeatArmor® 5058 is designed with a HPPE, polyester, steel blend liner that offers 360° ANSI/ISEA level A6 cut resistance and Level 3 puncture resistance. The 5058 has goatskin on the back-of hand through to the palm and is treated with HeatHide® technology to provide ANSI/ISEA Contact Heat Level 2 resistance. With a gun cut construction and an extended gauntlet cuff with a polyester lining in addition to the Aramid stitching throughout, the 5058 does not stiffen and is extremely durable and works well for torch cutting and welding.

    1. Cut Resistance: ANSI/ISEA level A6
    2. Puncture Resistance: ANSI/ISEA Level 3
    3. Abrasion Resistance:  ANSI/ISEA 3
    4. Contact Heat: ANSI Level 2
    5. Gram Score: 3718
    6. CE Pending
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Wearability and Comfort
Rated 5 out of 5
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True to Size
Rated 0 on a scale of minus 2 to 2, where minus 2 is Small, 0 is Just Right and 2 is Big
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