Terry Gloves resist absorption of liquids and oils.

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Super Terry Gloves feature permanent fabric treatment that makes them more abrasion-resistant that untreated terry cloth. They offer built-in protection from cuts, scratches, nicks and abrasions that occur in mechanical and industrial applications, as well as natural heat resistance up to 250°F. Super Terry gloves are available in heavyweight or medium heavyweight styles with knit wrist.




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New Super Terry Specially Treated Terrycloth Glove From Wells Lamont Outwears Untreated Terrycloth 2:1


Wells Lamont Industry Group's new Super Terry features an exclusive, permanent fabric treatment that makes it substantially more abrasion-resistant than untreated terrycloth, outwearing untreated terry 2:1 or more. While untreated terrycloth wears twice as long as leather, Super Terry wears four times as long as leather and stands up to repeated laundering as well. Super Terry is also resistant to absorption of liquids and oils, keeping gloves cleaner and hands dry.

Super Terry has the same high loop structure as regular terrycloth, ensuring that the gloves offer built-in protection from cuts, scratches, nicks, and abrasions that occur in many types of mechanical and industrial applications, as well as natural heat resistance up to 250°F.

Because Super Terry resists soils caused by absorption, the gloves look newer longer-so employees wear them longer. In sheet metal handling applications, where the metal is coated with oil to prevent it from rusting, Super Terry provides a better grip than leather, which becomes slippery.

Super Terry gloves are available in heavyweight or medium heavyweight styles with knit wrist.

Wells Lamont is a leading manufacturer of gloves, offering the most comprehensive line of cut- and heat-resistant gloves available today as well as leather, cotton, nitrile, PVC and neoprene gloves. The company also produces chemical-resistant, arc-resistant and liquid-proof protective clothing for commercial fishermen, crossing guards, electric utility workers, construction laborers, police and more.

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