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Hand Protection > Nitrile > Unsupported
Part NumberNONK-804-IN-10
Item TitleInsulated Nitrile Glove, 14 inch, Rough Grip, Blue, Size 10
Glove MaterialNitrile
Glove Size10
Nitri-Knit™ - Supported Nitrile Gloves

High performance supported nitrile gloves with numerous comfort and protection options.

Features and Benefits

  • High nitrile content offers superior resistance to cuts, snags, abrasions and punctures.
  • Gloves are free of latex proteins which can cause allergic reactions.
  • Comply with USDA and FDA regulations, 21 CFR, for use in food processing. Gloves will not swell, sag or weaken from fat absorption.
  • Outperforms supported natural rubber, neoprene and vinyl gloves when exposed to solvents, caustics and animal fats.
  • Interlock knit liner gives gloves added strength for resistance to cuts, snags, abrasions and punctures while adding comfort to wearer. Hand portion is treated with a permanent anti-bacterial and anti-mildew agent.
  • Insulated versions provide additional protection from cold and heat. Recommended for temperatures from -10°F to 300°F (-23°C to 149°C)*.
  • Unique textured finish provides excellent grip on oily, wet or dry objects.
  • 5 hand sizes available for a comfortable fit.
  • True dip coated glove has a permanent bond of nitrile to inner-liner.Won’t peel apart like glued-in liners.
  • NK803ES is available with extended sleeve (total length 26") for protection up to shoulders.
  • Gloves can be laundered for extended use.
  • To make gloves easy to sort after laundering, each Nitri-Knit glove contains color coded stitching inside the glove, in addition to having the size clearly marked on the outside.

Description: Blue, interlock liner
Grip/Cuff: Rough/pinked
Length: 14"


  • automotive assembly and painting
  • chemical handling and processing
  • degreasing
  • dip tank cleanup
  • fishing industry
  • food processing
  • general maintenance work
  • printing cleanup
  • refinery (general)
  • solvents (general)
* People react differently to cold. What is comfortable to some may be uncomfortable to others and factors such as level of exertion, precipitation, wind chill and humidity will affect how cold a person feels. Working temperature recommendations are made in good faith but may not apply to all individuals and all situations.