The RAPICCA welding gloves are mainly designed for high temperatures and can withstand up to 932-degrees Fahrenheit.
They are reinforced with twin-layer Kevlar padding around the palms, fingers, elbows, and on the back of the hands.
Features RAPICCA Leather Forge Welding Gloves
The gloves are sixteen inches long and have 7.5 inches sleeves.
They make sure your forearms are well protected from debris, steam, open flames, and sparks.
They are produced from split natural cowhide that is 1.5 mm thick and is resistant to oil, cuts, and punctures.
The gloves are very versatile. Not just can you use them for TIG, MIG, and stick welding, and you can also use them for other top temperature activities.
The gloves are air-insulated with aluminum foil and fitted with a soft cotton liner to improve your comfort.
Unluckily, the gloves can get damaged after prolonged exposure to burning areas. They also get dirty pretty fast because of their color.
Reinforced double layer KEVLAR padding
RAPICCA is the just brand that provides twin reinforced Kevlar layer padding on palms, fingers, elbows, and backs.
This amazing design makes RAPICCA welding gloves one of the most extreme heat resistant gloves on the market today.
Extreme 4 layer heat resistant protection
Twin layer kevlar padding leather. Intermediate layer: a composite item by laminating a high temperature-resistant air-isolated aluminum foil and a flame retardant cotton cloth.
Inside layer: a hundred percent soft insulated cotton lining.
Flame retardant thread stitching for improved heat and chill resistance, sweat-absorbent, allergy-free, breathable.
These gloves are promised to withstand extreme temperatures up to 932 F.