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Product Snapshot: Massive Dump Truck and Tough Work Gloves

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ActivArmr heavy-duty work gloves are made of a Kevlar-nylon fabric with stainless-steel strands woven in for extra durability. The palms and fingers of the gloves are coated in nitrile rubber latex that has ridges for an improved grip. The glove's fabric is breathable, while the rubber-latex coating is flexible enough to allow for the handling of small screws or tools. The gloves are machine-washable and are available in all standard glove sizes. Ansell; 800-326-6529; www.ansellconstruction.com
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This week we look at the largest-ever articulated dump truck from John Deere and some heavy-duty work gloves from Ansell. Click to begin the slide show.

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