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Saf-T-Gard® Advances Mechani-Gard® Line with Two New Gloves

Saf-T-Gard® has expanded its popular line of Mechani-Gard® Mechanic’s Gloves today with the MG-9850 Deerskin Leather Mechanic’s Gloves and the MG-9855 DuPont™ Kevlar®-Lined Deerskin Leather Mechanic’s Gloves. These new styles improve upon improve upon wearer comfort, impact protection and cut and abrasion resistance to increase worker compliance and broaden application usage.

Made with the wearer in mind, both the Mechani-Gard MG-9850 and MG-9855 Gloves are constructed using only the softest gold deerskin leather palms and include breathable gold and black polyester/spandex knit backs to offer the ideal balance of ergonomics, dexterity and durability. Moreover, both gloves feature black rubber protection on the backs of the hands and fingers as well as padded palms to enhance impact protection and better absorb shocks and vibrations. Additional performance features include a reinforced thumb crotch for added support in critical wear areas, an elastic shirred back that stretches to fit and hook and loop wrist closures that hold gloves securely to the hands.

For more information, please visit www.saftgard.com or call 1-800-548-4273.

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