MCR Safety Ninja Ice FC HTP Fully Coated Glove N9690FC
The MCR Safety Ninja Ice FC HTP Glove is a fully coated glove with a double layer lining. A 7 gauge brushed polyester micro terry cloth lines the inside, while the 15 gauge nylon outer shell is fully dipped with the proprietary HPT (Hydropellant Technology) coating on the outside. The HPT from MCR Safety offers a rough, sandy finish PVC foam coating and liquid repellent technology that encapsulates air molecules to repel water. This assures a firm wet or dry grip while offering a cushioning effect to absorb vibration or impacts. Having the fully coated shell offers additional resistance to wind chill when compared to the standard N9690 Ninja Ice gloves. When wearing the fully coated version, there is a slight increased effort required to stretch the fabric over the knuckles to grip objects. However, this offers extra protection to the back of the hand from wind and inclement weather. In keeping with the intended applications, the coating remains soft and flexible in temperatures as low as -50 C/-58 F. The glove is treated with Actifresh to kill bacteria and promote freshness. Each pair is held together with a hang tag. Recommended applications are cold storage, commercial fishing, construction/utilities and outdoor winter use. Comments from customers have included use for bicycle, motorcycle and snowmobile riding. For extreme cold conditions, make sure to also take a look at the new Pyramex V2G-XP Hot/Cold Resistant Goggles. Sold by the pair. CE Score: 3232 CE/EN 511 cold hazard 020
N9690FC-M - Medium
N9690FC-L - Large
N9690FC-XL - Extra-Large
N9690FC-2XL - 2X-Large
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are these gloves chemical resistant . If not do you have something that is simullar to this product that is ?
The Ninja Ice gloves from MCR are not particularly chemical resistant. Part of their appeal is the grip and flexibility, which is an uncommon feature in insulated gloves. So, I would expect some mild tolerance to acids and caustics, but little to no resistance against solvents.
Please tell us about your application and we will see if another glove might be an option.
How does sizing work being well insulated gloves do you guys have chart to determine proper fit ?1 answer
Sizing is the same as non insulated gloves. Measure the distance around your knuckles and round up to the closest whole number (in inches) that number is the glove size you require.
Each : Does that refer to 1 each when ordering? After I place the order and receive the first time I will know this answer??1 answer
Thank you for your inquiry. These are sold by the pair.