Boss® Synthetic Leather Palm with Red Silicone Grip and Spandex Back – TPR Impact Protection


Ideal for petrochemical, heavy/light construction, auto repair, demolition, manufacturing and mining.

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  • Synthetic leather palm enhances grip in dry and light oil applications while providing dexterity
  • Kevlar® fiber liner provides high tensile strength relative to its weight, is inherently cut resistant and will not melt, ignite or conduct electricity
  • PVC on palm, thumb crotch and fingertips provides an enhanced grip and extra cut/abrasion resistance
  • Silicone grip provides unparalleled grip in wet and oily conditions
  • Reinforced thumb crotch for extended glove life, enhanced comfort, increased abrasion resistance and added durability in a high-wear area
  • Thermo Plastic Rubber (TPR) back-of-hand impact resistance to knuckles and fingers by dispersing impact force energy away from the bone, without sacrificing dexterity
  • Stitched with Kevlar®, adding strength and burn resistance
  • Pre-curved fingers are ergonomic and offer all day comfort
  • Open cuff for easy donning and doffing
  • SIZES: M-3XL
  • PACKED: 72 Pair/Case
  • STOCK TYPE: Stock
  • COUNTRY OF ORIGIN: Indonesia


Test Method: ASTM F2992-15

New edition ANSI/ISEA 105-2016 outlines a new test method for determining cut scores and a revised scale from A1-A9. Click here for more information about the new testing standard.


Test Method: ASTM D3389-10

The ANSI/ISEA 105-2016 standard outlines test methods for abrasion and is scored from 0-6. The ASTM D3389-10 test is used for coated gloves and the end point (failure) is the number of abrasion cycles it takes for the coating to wear through. The larger numbers of cycles indicates greater abrasion resistance of the product and a higher ANSI Abrasion Level.


EN 388 2016 Results:

  • Abrasion: 3
  • Cut (Coupe Test): X
  • Tear: 4
  • Puncture: 3
  • Cut (TDM-100 Test): E
  • Impact Protection: P

EN 388 is a European Standard. Cut Level is determined by the number of cycles it takes a spinning circular blade, that is pulled across the material under a constant weight of 500 grams, to cut the fabric. As the number of cycles increase, so does the glove’s ratings. Click here for more information about the EN 388 2016 standard.


ANSI/ISEA 138 is a new, voluntary standard for the North American market designed to accurately classify different levels of impact protection offered by the impact-resistant gloves on the market. Click here for more information on our G-Tek Impact Series.

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