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PERSONAL GEAR


PMI® RESCUE T ECHNICIAN GLOVES - Y ELLOW/BLACK


Rescue Technician Gloves (RTG) are certified as a utility ensemble element per NFPA 1951, 2007. The PMI® RTG provides protection from physical hazards, a basic flame resistance for the ensemble and its elements, and a high level of breathability to reduce heat stress for the wearer. These are intended to be used by fire and emergency services personnel operating at technical rescue incidents involving building or structural collapse, fire, vehicle/person extrication, confined space entry, trench/cave-in rescue, rope rescue, and similar incidents.


Your PMI® Key Features: Comprised of 60% Kevlar® , 20% Cowhide, and 20% Goatskin


Small Weight: 5.0 oz (144 g) » Circumference: 7.5”- 8.0” » Max Length: 7.5”


GL22700 $59.00


Large Weight: 6.2 oz (175 g) » Circumference: 8.75”- 9.5” » Max Length: 8.0”


GL22702 CERTIFIED PMI® $59.00 NFPA 1951, 2007 F INGERLESS BELAY GLOVES - WHI T E / TAN


PMI’s famous Rappel Glove, re-engineered. Fingerless design constructed of pliable goatskin and an extra layer of durable cowhide across the palm. Goatskin is used because it has a short break-in period and it also naturally contains lanolin which keeps the gloves supple. An original innovative designed leather pull tab between the fingers makes removal easy.


Key Features: Lightweight • Soft leathers provide easy movement • Fingers covered just enough for protection • Quick removal


X-Small Weight: 4.3 oz (121 g) » Circumference: 7.0”- 7.5”


GL22401 $32.00


Medium Weight: 4.7 oz (133 g) » Circumference: 8.0”- 8.75”


GL22403 $32.00


X-Large Weight: 5.7 oz (162 g) » Circumference: 9.5”- 10.5”


GL22405 PMI® $32.00 ROPE T ECH GLOVES - TAN


Hand protection and finger dexterity at its best. This ultra-lightweight design is great for belaying, knot tying, and other rigging work. It is not suitable hand protection for fast rope or other body rappel techniques.


Key Features: Synthetic leather (palm base layer) • Cowhide layer (finger wear points and palm) • Ergonomically shaped for maximum protection and durability • Two-Way stretch spandex on top and fingers for greater mobility and breathability • Elastic cuff with pull-tab and Velcro closure • Carabiner loop stores inside for snag free operations


XX-Small Weight: 7.9 oz (224 g) » Circumference: Up to 7.5” » Max Length: 7.0”


GL22300 $31.00


Small Weight: 7.9 oz (224 g) » Circumference: 7.5”- 8.0” » Max Length: 7.5”


GL22302 $31.00


Large Weight: 9.1 oz (258 g) » Circumference: 8.75”- 9.5” » Max Length: 8.0”


GL22304 $31.00


X-Small Weight: 7.9 oz (224 g) » Circumference: 7.0”- 7.5 » Max Length: 7.25”


GL22301 $31.00


Medium Weight: 9.0 oz (255 g) » Circumference: 8.0”- 8.75” » Max Length: 7.75”


GL22303 $31.00


X-Large Weight: 10.1 oz (286 g) » Circumference: 9.5”- 10.5” » Max Length: 8.25”


GL22305 $31.00


XX-Large Weight: 10.5 oz (298 g) » Circumference: 10.5”- 12.0” » Max Length: 8.5”


GL22306 $31.00


Small Weight: 4.7 oz (133 g) » Circumference: 7.5”- 8.0”


GL22402 $32.00


Large Weight: 5.3 oz (150 g) » Circumference: 8.75”- 9.5”


GL22404 $32.00


Medium Weight: 5.6 oz (158 g) » Circumference: 8.0”- 8.75” » Max Length: 7.75”


GL22701 $59.00


X-Large Weight: 6.3 oz (180 g) » Circumference: 9.5”- 10.5” » Max Length: 8.25”


GL22703 $59.00


XX-Large Weight: 6.7 oz (191 g) » Circumference: 10.5”- 12.0” » Max Length: 8.5”


GL22704 $59.00


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