MCR Safety Ninja Ice Glove N9690 (12 pairs)

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The Ninja Ice Glove has a cult following among ice fisherman, winter bicyclists, freezer workers, commercial fisherman, and other cold weather enthusiasts for its ability to stay soft and flexible down to negative 58 degrees Fahrenheit. The Ninja Ice Glove pairs well with the new Pyramex V2G-XP Hot/Cold Resistant Goggles. Sold by the pair. Also available in a fully coated version which offers the same features with the addition of the dipped coating covering the back of the glove. We also offer a high visibility version of this glove.

Key Features:

  • Hydropellent technology coated palm and fingertips repels liquids while still providing a firm wet or dry grip
  • Two layer liner / dual shell construction
  • 07 gauge polyester brushed micro terry liner on the inside for warmth and comfort
  • 15 gauge nylon liner with HPT coating on the outside repels liquids for a firm wet or dry grip
  • Encapsulated air molecules in outside shell provide a cushioning effect to minimize impact
  • Coating remains soft and flexible in temperatures as low as -50C/-58F
  • Treated with Actifresh to kill bacteria and promote freshness
  • Individually packed pairs with hang tag
  • For use in cold storage, commercial fishing, construction, utilities, agriculture, and outdoor winter use

WARNING: Cancer and reproductive harm - See for more information

Part Numbers:
N9690S - Small
N9690M - Medium
N9690L - Large
N9690XL - Extra Large
N9690XXL - 2X-Large

Additional Details:

3.60 LBS
8.50 (in)
12.00 (in)
12.00 (in)
Calculated at Checkout

26 Reviews

  • 5
    Great Gloves

    Posted by SoMuchWood on Dec 26th 2016

    These are great gloves for the guys working out in the lumber yard. This is the second year we've bought Ninja gloves for them, and they love everything about these gloves. Nice and warm on the inside. No problems noted at all. We don't get the cold for very long, and these gloves handle what we do have.

  • 5

    Posted by joe on Nov 16th 2016

    Great product at a great price. Quick shipping and a pleasure to deal with. I highly recommend the gloves and the company if you work with your hands outside in cold temperature.

  • 5
    Ninja Ice Gloves

    Posted by Margaretta X. on Apr 6th 2016

    I work as a frozen food stocker in a grocery store for more than a year. When I started, I have tried so many gloves. All of them are either not warm enough or restrict the finger movement for gripping products. The Ninja Ice gloves work the best for me when I found them at PK safety. They are warm and they do not restrict my grip. They works good to when its snowing outside and you have to shovel snow.

  • 2
    Unexpected Leakage

    Posted by Mountain Man on May 4th 2015

    I have tried just about every winter waterproof glove known to man. I'm in the construction/home improvement trade in the Rockies, and have to deal with a lot of cold, wet weather. When I read these were used by fisherman, I was impressed, and bought two pairs for me (and two for my wife, just because). As soon as they arrived I went down to the creek on our property. It's running pretty good right now with snow and rain runoff. I put both gloved hands in the water. After about 30 seconds I had seepage in one glove; it wasn't terrible, but I could feel the ice water on my hand inside - enough to be a problem with sustained submersion or exposure. OK for the price, not OK for claims of being waterproof.

  • 5
    Best Gloves!

    Posted by Brett on Mar 30th 2015

    These are the best gloves by far for the money. Held up really well all winter, outlasting several competitors gloves. Great grip!

  • 4
    They run a little small

    Posted by SheClimber on Feb 18th 2015

    I have very small hands and am frequently struggling to find work gloves that truely fit my hands. But the smalls in these actually run a little too small. The rubber grip I think just takes enough of the fabric stretch capacity out of the fingers that my circulations is cut off and cold is yet again a problem. Otherwise. I am very impressed. I'll just have to try a medium for once.

  • 5
    Great Value

    Posted by DC on Jan 6th 2015

    As a landscape and construction contractor we are always handling materials that are abrasive, from concrete pavers and wallstone to mud-covered whatever. These have held up very well in the time we have been using them and are certainly warmer and more moisture resistant than many other gloves we have used over the years, especially considering the price.

    Pros: Fit (I think they run true-to-size) Wear resistance, Cost.

    Cons: I have to keep re-ordering, as friends and family that try them out always end up taking a pair or two.

  • 5
    great gloves

    Posted by cold hands on Dec 22nd 2014

    They are just what I want and need.

  • 5

    Posted by Cindy on Dec 16th 2014

    They are great gloves. We are very happy with this purchase!!! The company is awesome. We would definitely do a reorder.