On Sale Now! Save 9% on the Lincoln Electric Grain Leather TIG Welding Gloves | High Dexterity | Large | K2981-L by Lincoln Electric at My Core Franchise. MPN: K2981-L. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. Top features form fitting grain goat skin leather provides optimal fit and feel for tag welding unlined padded palm allows dexterity 4 inch. Split cow hide cuff for added heat protection sewn with Kevlar thread for maximum seam strength lightweight construction for dexterity.HIGH DEXTERITY - constructed of a soft lightweight leather hand and 3 part sewn fingers to provide excellent dexterity and feel which is essential for TIG Welding.. HIGH STRENGTH SEAMS - All glove seams are stitched with ext
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