Aquila launch LX300 latex glove - offers high grip - keeps operator hands dry, warm and safe

January 10, 2020

The Aquila LX300 does what many industry users really want – it gives high grip for a positive work experience and keeps their hands dry, warm and safe. This derives from its Jersey lined, crinkle latex coated construction which provides good grip properties and a high level of comfort in a long cuff design. 

The LX300 is waterproof with a high degree of flexibility and durability, enabling optimum dexterity, and includes a fully dipped 30cm long cuff. This combination of factors makes the LX300 especially suited to handling wet slippery items such as in the fishing industry, or outdoors in materials handling or building construction, highway work or agriculture.

Its cosy insulation and latex grip features make it a favourite also for activities such as carpentry installation and other indoor work where cut and grip performance as well as cold conditions may be important factors.

Further information regarding Aquila® products may be found at: www.aquilaglove.com or follow them on twitter: www.twitter.com/@aquilaglove. Aquila® and Alkimos® are registered brands owned and developed by Taste International Ltd.

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