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CP Neon Wrap 530, Case Price

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TurtleSkin CP Neon Wrap 530 provides excellent levels of both cut and puncture protection while keeping the dexterity you need to perform your tasks.

CP Neon Wrap gloves have a nitrile dipped, TurtleSkin protective layer that covers the palm side of the glove. These gloves are black in color.

The CPN 530 glove has a TurtleSkin protective layer that wraps around the finger tips and further up the sides of the hand than the 530 model.

ANSI Puncture Level 5; ANSI Cut Level 5

Suggested Uses: Recycling and waste management, bottling undustry.

Click Here for our TurtleSkin glove sizing guide.

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Sold by the case of 10 pairs

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  • Model: CPR-530






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