The Memphis 9676 Ultra-Tech Glove features a thin, salt and pepper colored Dyneema knit shell with a black polyurethane coating on the palm and fingers. The coating offers excellent grip, while maintaining dexterity. Low lint and dirt-hiding color make this an ideal glove for small parts assembly. It's extremely cut resistant for its weight. Wear alone or as a liner inside another glove. Sold by the pair.
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9676S - Small
9676M - Medium
9676L - Large
9676XL - Extra-Large
- 1.80 LBS
- 8.50 (in)
- 12.00 (in)
- 12.00 (in)
- Calculated at Checkout
The Dyneema glove craze seems to be just hitting the diving world and I saw the PK Safety gloves mentioned in one of our diving forums. I ordered two pairs and I am very impressed. I spend a lot of time pulling up fishing nets, and getting dragged over rocks, (I am not just a recreational scuba diver) . After one marine animal poisoning too many I had to do something. They fit me as well as any gloves do, short stumpy hands, and seem to hold their shape. Very grippy and I can still feel reasonably well. In my former life as a carpenter and builder these would have been with me everyday, as it is they are my new first choice in diving gloves. They do not keep your hands warm at all with an open weave, but the protection, grip and apparent durability is very impressive. Much better then any neoprene gloves which would begin to fall apart after 5 working dives.
I work in the Auto Tire industry and it's a killer on any type of normal glove. Mechanix gloves and the like will last maybe 3 days for me. These gloves last months. The dyneema is truly amazing. The polyurethane palm is very grippy, but will eventually wear out. Lightweight, Good Grip and Durable.
Most gloves with a grip coating cause my hands to sweat profusely, especially in the summer. These gloves keep my hands nice and cool and well protected from cuts and abrasions. The grip coating lasts a long time, and the gloves last long after that's gone. The web between the thumb and forefinger is the first place to wear out for me, but they far outlast any other glove I've tried. I work in construction, so I've really put these through the wringer, and believe me, they are worth the money.
Cool even in summer heat
These gloves are great for working sheet metal jobs. They give you enough protection but yet enough feel to work the task.