The Lincoln Electric traditional gloves offer complete leather coverage made of split shoulder cowhide.
Designed for full day comfort in the harsh expert welding atmosphere, they are completely lined with cotton.
Features Lincoln Electric MIG Welding Gloves
They incorporate a straight thumb design and a reinforcing patch on the thumb to better protection and impact resistance.
Completely stitched with Kevlar, the Lincoln Electric K2979 Traditional MIG/Stick welding gloves also use reinforcement leather on every seam for better impact resistance and protection from heat.
Users praise the full length of those gloves, with many mentioning the wide five-inch leather cuffs.
They come with stylized flame graphics made of leather stitched on that make them simple to find and offer another layer of protection.
These gloves are simple to wear because the cotton liners absorb moisture and the supported grade of leather makes them extremely dexterous.
Owners say they will be stiff until broken in, but once they are, they have a remarkable touch.
Although they are built extremely ruggedly, the weight just 14.5 ounces, making for lightweight, durable welding gloves, and the flames include a lot of style to the package.
Best heat resistance
Made of top-grade leather and soft cotton liner which is made to withstand and save against high temperatures.
The globe design specs a high-grade leather exterior, leather reinforced stress points, kevlar threading, and a completely lined interior to withstand daily exposure to flames, heat, sparks, or spatter.
Used by experts
This glove model is used by expert fabricators on a daily basis.
Advised for stick welding, Flux-Core welding, Mig welding, or other high-temperature applications.
The soft cotton hand liner and straight thumb design improve relaxation and fingertip sensitivity.