MCR Safety Ninja Ice Glove N9690
The Ninja Ice Glove pairs well with the new Pyramex V2G-XP Hot/Cold Resistant Goggles.
Sold by the pair. Also available in a fully coated version which offers the same features with the addition of the dipped coating covering the back of the glove. We also offer a high visibility version of this glove.
- Hydropellent technology coated palm and fingertips repels liquids while still providing a firm wet or dry grip
- Two layer liner / dual shell construction
- 07 gauge polyester brushed micro terry liner on the inside for warmth and comfort
- 15 gauge nylon liner with HPT coating on the outside repels liquids for a firm wet or dry grip
- Encapsulated air molecules in outside shell provide a cushioning effect to minimize impact
- Coating remains soft and flexible in temperatures as low as -50C/-58F
- Treated with Actifresh to kill bacteria and promote freshness
- Individually packed pairs with hang tag
- For use in cold storage, commercial fishing, construction, utilities, agriculture, and outdoor winter use
N9690S - Small
N9690M - Medium
N9690L - Large
N9690XL - Extra Large
N9690XXL - 2X-Large
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Can these gloves be wash and dried in a regular washer and dryer?1 answer
Wash the MCR Ninja gloves with warm water on a short cycle. Use a mild, non-ionic detergent. Hang to dry.
Are these gloves cut resistant and if so what is the cut level?1 answer
The MCR N9690 has moderate cut resistance. Using the European EN388 standard, the Ninja Ice has a rating of CE:3232. The cut portion of this rating is the second digit. On a scale of 0 – 5, this glove is rated 2. I would say that this rating is the result of overall thickness, rather than any specific cut resistant features. For instance, there is no Kevlar or Dyneema in the glove. The primary purpose for the Ninja Ice is cold protection. I don’t see a glove with the HPT coating that has a higher cut rating.
Will these work for hot applications?
The MCR N9690 Ninja Ice glove is specifically intended for cold applications. Might be weather, like ice fishing, or working in a freezer. Keeping the glove flexible, when other styles are getting stiff, is a trick. That means the compound used in making the exterior of the glove is fairly sensitive to high temperatures. We would not recommend these for high heat working conditions.
I'm in search of gloves our employees can use while handling dry ice? Would the MCR N9690 be resistant to the dry ice without stiffening and cracking?1 answer
These gloves have a coating that remains soft in temperatures as low as -58 F. Given that dry ice is -109 F they wouldn't fit your application.