Portwest Apacha Thermal Cold Fingers Gloves A751
Designed to stop Raynaud's Syndrome in its tracks, the Portwest Apacha Thermal Cold Fingers Gloves A751 draw on a broad range of environmental resistances, including a neoprene insulation lining and a 100% waterproof membrane to provide you with incredible warmth and security. These grippy winter gloves are highly popular with mechanics and industrial workers due to their strong set of mechanical resistances, including a Level 5 cut resistance.
How Does the Portwest A751 Help with Raynaud's?
Freezing temperatures, cold rain and blistering snowfall are three common triggers for Raynaud's sufferers. The Portwest A751 Gloves are designed to reverse the effects of Raynaud's within minutes, utilising innovative Insulatex lining and a waterproof membrane to fully insulate the hands against the cold and keep your fingers toasty and warm.
Who Else Can Benefit from the Apacha Thermal Gloves A751?
The Portwest Apacha Thermal Gloves provide excellent thermal qualities in cold conditions. Aside from Raynaud's sufferers, the gloves are ideal for:
- Winter Sports
- Construction Work
- Cold Store Workers
Certifications of the Portwest Apacha Gloves A751
To make sure you get the quality you deserve, the Apacha Gloves have been certified by the latest European standards to achieve the following certifications:
The standard EN 511 measures how protective gloves are at protecting you from the cold. The Apacha A751 achieved impressive scores in both their Convective Cold and Contact Cold tests, making them highly suitable for sufferers of Raynaud's.
|Property ||Resistance Level |
|Convective Cold Resistance ||Level 3 |
|Contact Cold Resistance ||Level 3 |
|Water Permeability ||X |
Features and Benefits
- Achieves an EN 511 score of 33X ensuring exceptional warmth
- Reduces effects of Raynaud's in minutes, and acts as a preventative measure
- Neoprene combines with Insulatex lining for superior insulation
- 100% waterproof membrane for full protection from water
- Impressive abrasion resistance makes gloves highly durable
- Features a nitrile palm coating with textured palms that works to increase grip
- Knitted cuffs offer further comfort and warmth
- Excellent all-round mechanical resistance protects hands
- Available in a range of sizes
Sizing of the Portwest Apacha Cold Fingers Gloves A751
The Portwest Apacha Gloves A751 are available in two sizes that should suit the hands of most users. Please measure the circumference of your hand around the knuckles (excluding the thumb) with your hand open and your fingers together, and the length of your hand from the tip of your middle finger to your wrist.
|Size ||Circumference (mm) ||Length (mm) |
|Size 9 ||229mm ||192mm |
|Size 10 ||254mm ||204mm |
How Do the Apacha Thermal Gloves Boost Your Safety In Cold Weather?
Though highly debilitating, Raynaud's syndrome isn't the only danger you face in cold, blistering weather, as other symptoms such as numb hands, fingers, and reduced motor skills can contribute to accidental injuries (dropping items, losing grip). The Apacha A751 combine a 100% waterproof membrane with Insulatex lining to provide impressive warmth to your digits, while their neoprene palms and impressive mechanical resistance guarantee a steady hand, no mater what the task.
What Is Insulatex?
Insulatex is a specially developed insulating material by Portwest, which will trap warm air and keep the wearer warm and protected from the harshest of weather.
- Material Specifications: Neoprene, polyester
- Lining: Insulatex lining and waterproof membrane
|Conformity Statement ||Data Sheet |
| || |