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As noted, each pair of chemical protective gloves offered by Keepshooting.com is an authentic U.S. Military surplus item. These chemical protective gloves were originally designed as a singular component of the USGI chemical protective suit that was designed and produced in 1970 and intended to provide protection from the known chemical and biological hazards that existed at the time. As such, these chemical protective gloves were designed for issuance to members of the U.S. Military, especially those who served in the U.S. Army requiring such protection.
Each pair of chemical protective gloves is a brand new, never issued item and remains in its original factory packaging alongside the original information and instruction card. As such, they are free from the typical rips, tears, stains and scents that are characteristic of previously issued military surplus. In other words, these chemical protective gloves are an excellent choice for those looking for moderate protection from mild agents.
Our chemical protective gloves actually consist of two layers. The interior layer consists of a pair of thin cotton gloves while the outer layer is an oversized pair of gloves that boast a durable rubberized vinyl construction. Each pair of gloves also includes the original information and instruction card, which provides valuable information regarding proper use and care for the gloves.
The only other noteworthy aspect regarding the chemical protective gloves is the fact that the NATO Stock Number (NSN) is printed on the exterior of the gloves. An NSN is a 13-digit numerical code that identifies all standardized materials of supply that are recognized by NATO countries. The NSN for the chemical protective gloves is 8415-01-033-3519, which identifies it as a chemical glove set. The "8415" identifies it as a piece of special purpose clothing while the "01" signifies that the piece is from the United States. The remaining digits signify its item number.
Grab your chemical protective gloves today for just $9.95. And do not conduct chemistry experiments without them!
|Country of Origin||United States|