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Choosing the right size

Work Gloves Sizes

To enhance the comfort of your work it is very important to find your approximate work gloves’ size. There are no two hands which are alike. Factors like fingers’ length vary in different hands and there is no size constant for every person. If you are looking for a perfect fit you have to be aware of your individual measurements. We have provided you with a simple method to identify your approximate work glove’s size.

 

In MeasurementU.S.SizingEuropean - Sizing
6" (15.2 cm) X-Small 6
7" (17.8 cm) SMALL 7
8" (20 cm) MEDIUM 8
9" (23 cm) LARGE 9
10" (25cm) X-LARGE 10
11" (28 cm) XX-LARGE 11
12" (30.5 cm) XXX-LARGE 12

USING A TAPE MEASURE AND THE SIZING GUIDE (MORE ACCURATE)

Wrap a tape measure around your hand at the widest point (usually the knuckles) and make a loose fist. Note that measurement, round it to the nearest inch and refer to the chart above to find your approximate Work gloves size.

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This standard applies to protective helmets for industry where the helmets is intend to protect a static user from the predominantly falling hazard. A series of impact test must be carried out using a fixed head-form and a falling weight in order for a helmet to meet this standard.

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