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Milwaukee Leather Performance Gloves

Milwaukee Leather Performance Gloves

These Milwaukee Goatskin Leather Gloves Fits Your Hand AND the Jobsite

Milwaukee aims to bring protection to your hands while still leaving you the tools to operate your touchscreen devices. The Milwaukee Leather performance gloves have features that let you get your work and play done safely.



10-Second Summary

  • Model: Milwaukee 48-73-0020 – 48-73-0024 (S-XXL)
  • Goatskin leather
  • Secure hook and loop closure
  • SmartSwipe touchscreen compatible knuckles
  • Webbing pull loop for easy wear
  • Built-in terry cloth sweat swipe
  • Price: $15

High Performing Leather Gloves

The Milwaukee Gloves feature a leather goatskin palm to keep your hands protected from job site hazards, while a lightweight, breathable back keeps your hands comfortable.

Milwaukee Leather Performance Gloves

And, just to give you another reason to keep your gloves on, these feature Milwaukee’s SmartSwipe on the knuckles. This feature lets you access the touchscreens of all your devices without having to remove the gloves altogether.

The Milwaukee Gloves have a hook and loop wrist strap to shore up the fit. Finally, these gloves also feature a soft terry cloth wrist strip so that you can comfortably wipe the sweat from your brow.

Milwaukee goatskin Leather Performance Gloves

Pricing

The Milwaukee Leather Performance Gloves come in five sizes ranging from small to XXL. They’re priced at $15 and warrantied against any defect in workmanship.

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