SAS Safety Thickster Powder-Free Latex Exam Gloves, 14 mil, Blue
Looking for a reliable and durable glove to help you tackle your toughest tasks? Look no further than Thickster Gloves! These gloves are made with ultra-tough 14 mil latex, making them ideal for mechanic, paint, or clean-up tasks. The powder-free design ensures that your hands stay clean and comfortable, while the soft and flexible material provides excellent dexterity. Not only are these gloves strong and puncture-resistant, but they also offer extended length protection with their 12-inch length. Save money on wholesale Thickster gloves by purchasing the gloves by the case.
- Extreme durability and dexterity - 14 mil Ultra Thick latex gloves are 2 to 3 times thicker than standard disposable gloves. Latex material provides excellent dexterity even with extra thickness.
- Extended 12" length - Longer 12" length with beaded cuff for easy donning and extra wrist and splash protection.
- Textured grip - Fully textured for better gripping in wet and dry conditions.
- Powder-free - Exam-grade gloves are powder-free for use by First Responders and EMTs, and are equally handy for janitorial, marine, plumbing, painting, and automotive uses.
- Size and Packaging - Available in Medium - 2XL sizes. 50 Latex Gloves per box. 10 boxes per case = 500 Gloves.
How thick are thickster gloves?
Thickster gloves are made with a thickness of 14 mils. This thickness provides an exceptional level of protection for disposable gloves, without sacrificing comfort or dexterity, making them suitable for a wide range of applications. Thickster gloves come in powder-free and lightly-powdered varieties to suit your needs.
What are the thickest latex gloves?
Thickster gloves are 14.0 mils thick, making them the thickest disposable latex gloves on the market. Some chemical-resistant gloves may be 18 mils or thicker depending on the application. It's worth noting that nitrile gloves are generally thicker and more durable than latex gloves, so if the thickness is a primary concern, it may be worth considering nitrile options as well