Rely on makeshift tools to rearrange logs during an all-night campfire? These heat resistant gloves will fireproof your arm, allowing you to manually grab flaming logs and rearrange them at will. Crafted from a blend of silicone, aramid fiber, and polyester cotton, these gloves can sustain temperatures up to 1472 degrees Fahrenheit, without warping or melting.
The potential applications are endless. Use them on the grill during BBQ, grab a hot pot from the oven, or pick burning embers or charcoal if need be during campfire. Why they can even double up as impromptu hot pads to place your searing-hot pots if you cannot find them handy.
The different materials are layered to improve the functionality of the glove. The ultra-high strength aramid fiber is used generously in the palm and fingers which allows you to use this for cutting, or other tasks involving knives. It’s practically cut-proof as well as resistant to alkali, acid, and other corrosive chemicals.
The silicone on the other hand is lined on the inside along with cotton, which gives you a firm but comfortable grip, regardless of what you pick up. There’s silicon lining on the edges too, which gives you a snug fit and prevents the gloves from sliding off during usage. You get maximum coverage, almost to your elbow, which ensures that your forearm hair doesn’t get toasted either.
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