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Medium Red Nitrile Level 3 Cut Resistant Dipped Work Gloves

$9.97
  • ANSI and EN cut rating 3
  • High dexterity design when handling small objects
  • Use for demolition, wire-stripping & pipe threading applications
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Milwaukee Tools cut resistant dipped gloves are designed to provide ultimate durability, all day comfort and best in class dexterity for handling small objects. These gloves feature ANSI and EN cut level III protection as well as best in class puncture resistance to help prevent injuries from sharp objects on the jobsite. Additionally, Milwaukee cut resistant gloves utilize a Comfort Web Grip to provide all-day comfort, best in class grip performance and ultimate durability. SMARTSWIPE fingertips and palms provide full access to touchscreen devices without removing the gloves and also feature high dexterity fingertips to maximize control when handling small objects.
  • ANSI and EN cut rating 3
  • Comfort web grip for best in class grip performance and comfortable fit
  • SMARTSWIPE palm and fingertips permits the use of touch screen devices without removing gloves
  • Best in class puncture rating for resistance to sharp materials
  • High dexterity design when handling small objects
  • Nylon and HPPE liner material
  • TDM cut rating C
  • Abrasion rating 4
  • Tear rating 4
  • Puncture rating 3
  • Breathable glove design
  • Ideal use for demolition, wire-stripping and pipe threading applications
  • Includes: 1 medium red nitrile dipped cut-resistant work gloves






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Glove TypeMulti-PurposeConstructionMulti-PurposeConstruction
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Glove FeaturesMachine Washable,Nonslip GripCut Resistant,Knit,Latex-Free,Machine Washable,Nonslip Grip,Puncture Resistant,Touch ScreenCut Resistant,Touch ScreenCut Resistant,Knit,Latex-Free,Machine Washable,Nonslip Grip,Puncture Resistant,Touch Screen
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Pack Size3113
Coating MaterialNitrile CoatedNitrile CoatedNitrile CoatedNitrile Coated
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ANSI/ISEA Cut RatingA3Clothing Product TypeGloves
Coating MaterialNitrile CoatedColorRed
GenderMen'sGlove FeaturesCut Resistant,Knit,Latex-Free,Machine Washable,Nonslip Grip,Puncture Resistant,Touch Screen
Glove MaterialNylonGlove SizeMedium
Glove TypeConstructionGloves & Mittens Product TypeOutdoor & Work
Hardware Color FamilyMultiMitten/glove styleGlove
Pack Size1Returnable90-Day

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  • 4.6
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very poor quality
I work as a commercial electrician, only used these gloves for 2 days and this is how they look like, I was literally drilling holes in a wall those 2 days, and the polyurethane has already weared off, also you can tell how the coating between the index finger and the thumb is already broke. I've had another pair from Milwaukee and this didn't happen, they lasted over 3 months. these are not good quality
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Response from Milwaukee ToolMay 10, 2022
Thank you for your review. Please contact us at socialmedia@milwaukeetool.com so we may discuss your concerns with this product further. Thank you. - Cayla
    Very poor quality
    I love their cut level 1 glove, so decided to try this cut level 2 glove. It turns out to be huge disappointment. Got it last winter, didn’t really use it. First day of spring this year, wear it to do trimming on the yard. Within 5 mins, my hands feel sticky. Removed the gloves, my hand is all coated with sticky rubber. The coating on the glove all falling apart.
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    Response from Milwaukee ToolApr 3, 2022
    Hello, this is Cayla with Milwaukee. I apologize for your experience with our products and appreciate that you took the time to bring this to our attention. We would like the opportunity to investigate your feedback further. Please could you contact us at socialmedia@milwaukeetool.com? We’ll work with you to resolve any issues as quickly as possible
      1 found this review helpful
      Great work gloves for around the job site.
      I go through a lot of work gloves around the job site. The Milwaukee high vis polyurethane dipped work gloves are perfect for light duty work. The high vis color allows me to find them in the truck easily. The poly grip makes holding screws, nails etc easy. Some gloves are bulky and make it harder to grab small objects, these gloves help pick the small things up, which saves time and less things get dropped when you need them.
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      • Recommended
      These will become your number one glove.
      I have been using both cut LVL 1 and 2 for over a year now. These are the cut LVL 2 gloves and since finding these gloves I have never looked back. I do work ranging from building furniture, restoration, plumbing, construction projects, and demolition. I used to use gloves similar to mechanics gloves and have tried several types similar to these and none of them have ever felt as good on my hand or lasted as long. It was nothing to go through three sets of those other gloves on a patio project but not these. They don't get in the way when I am trying to grab a screw, work with my drill, or grab things from my tool bag. I rarely have to take them off to get a screw because I can feel what I am grabbing in the fingertips of the gloves. I have had no issues with splinters piercing the LVL 2 gloves during normal use (I'm sure if you tried hard enough you could, but who would). And there is no strap to mess with and get caught on things. They fit nice and snug, no wrist strap needed. I did put up a picture of a beat-up set of cut LVL 2 gloves and I want to put the pictures into perspective. I put up a 12' x 12' x 9' foot pergola using reclaimed treated pine that had been in the elements for over a decade. Covered in dirt, mud, grim, and splintered. I used these for the entire job from reclaiming the wood, pouring the concrete, to driving the last screw. Same gloves, every day and they were not new when I started the job. So, they look worn, but when you consider what they did, it is amazing they still have life left in them. I have done similar jobs in the past with other gloves and they would never have survived a job like this with life left in them and certainly not at this cost. I also put that pergola up in weather ranging from 25 to 45-degree weather and they keep me warm enough. At the time, I was unaware of the thicker options. I cannot recommend these enough, if you like/need gloves that will protect you from the job and elements while not getting in the way of your work. Look no further. Milwaukee hit a home run with these.
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      • Recommended
      Amazing, Home run Milwaukee!
      I have been using both cut LVL 1 and 2 for over a year now and since finding these gloves I have never looked back. I do work ranging from building furniture, restoration, plumbing, construction projects, and demolition. I used to use gloves similar to mechanics gloves and have tried several types similar to these and none of them have ever felt as good on my hand or lasted as long. It was nothing to go through three sets of those other gloves on a patio project but not these. I use these cut LVL 1 gloves for all my light tasks from working on my car, sanding furniture, plumbing, and home repairs. I have done some heavier builds with the Lvl 1 gloves such as a patio and replacing the front end of a jeep but with the LVL 2 option available, I usually reach for those for jobs like that. These are thin enough to never get in the way when installing a light fixture or something similar. I like to use them when sanding because I can still feel the wood but don't have my bare hand on the wood to leave any oil before finishing it. Another thing I like about them is there is no strap to mess with and get caught on things. They fit nice and snug, no wrist strap needed. I get tired of those straps that you have to overtighten to keep the glove on so all they do is get caught on things when I am in a tight space. I did put up a picture of a beat-up set of cut LVL 1 gloves next to a new set. The old set is red and the new one is green. I used these for several kitchens and bath updates (nothing major, no demo). And I have been using the pair in the picture for about a year. They still look great and fit just as tight as the day I bought them. I also put them next to a similar glove that is supposed to be of the same level. They are not as you can see my skin through the glove when I ball a fist and they are not that old. These don't do much for keeping you warm but they are not made for that. Don't waste your money on anything else, buy a few sets of these and spread them out. I have a set in the garage, shed, truck, and in my packout toolbox along with a thicker cut LVL 2. Milwaukee hit a home run with these and I highly recommend them.
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      • Recommended
      1 found this review helpful
      Comfortable, lightweight, breathable, and works with touchscreen.
      I decided to give these gloves a try because they had everything I was looking for. I wanted something lightweight, breathable, and touch screen compatible that form's to your hand. The 15 gauge material is thin and form's to my hands the way I like it. This is great because it gives you better dexterity when handling smaller object's or typing on your phone. The material is thin and breathable so you won't have sweaty hands while working. Just because they are lightweight and breathable does not mean they are not durable. High performance polyethylene is knit into the gloves adding durability and giving this pair an ANSI cut level 1 rating. I am actually typing this review with the gloves on just to see how well the smartswipe works and it works great. When working in darker area's you do not have to worry about people not seeing you. With the high visibility color they stand out which can help protect you in tough visibility situations and it may help you find the gloves if you misplace them. When I first put these gloves on the first thing I realized is how they fit and formed around my hand's. It almost feels like you don't even have gloves on. They have a very nice grip which can be important depending on the job you are using them for. I like the way the wrist band comes high up your wrist giving you more protection. The elasticity in the wrist portion is great. It stays in place but it is not too tight where it will cut off any circulation. The previous brand of gloves I was using the touch screen compatibility was terrible and I wore a size large. So when I decided to try these gloves I ordered large. They fit well and feel good but I am going to also try a size medium because I like my gloves tight. The material is stretchy so I could probably get away with a medium. These are going to be my go to gloves. I'll have a pair in my car, my shed, and my tool bag. If you want a glove that lives up to its claims grab a pair of these.
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      • Recommended
      Solid Level 5 cut resistant gloves
      These gloves are a solid choice for any kind of rough work whether with a blade or simply handling objects like wood and scrap metal with jagged edges, shavings, and splinters. The tactility and lightness make them decent moving and carrying gloves as well. I’m somewhere between a large and extra large with large hands and long but thin fingers and these in large fit decently enough and m, due to the quality of their elasticity, hold well enough, but are a little snug, especially on the ones where they seemed to apply a bit extra on the rubberized grips. That being said, they aren’t too stiff and seem a bit nicer and more comfortable than the previous version offered by Milwaukee. The reinforced patch between the thumb and forefinger is another nice feature. These gloves will hold up and represent a solid value especially if you are outfitting a crew. I gave my co-workers at the auto repair shop some of my extra pairs. They are particularly good for tire changing as they give extra grip. And ofcourse for anything involving sharp objects. Definitely well worth the investment.
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      • Recommended
      Good fit with extra grip
      These Milwaukee cut level 5 dipped gloves have a good feel to them, fit your hand exactly, not baggy or loose. They provide good grip with the coating on palm and fingers. There is extra reinforcing between thumb and index finger where usually there is more stress. These gloves grip extremely well on most surfaces. Very comfortable fit and lightweight. Could even answer cell phone with them on.
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      • Recommended
      Classic rubber coated gloves with a cut resistance twist!
      I found these work gloves to be brightly colored and very easy to find when I set them down... and then have to find them. They have a grippy rubber coating that is both thick enough to be though but thin enough to be tactile to pick up small items from a flat surface. To boot they also work great on a touch screen like on a phone. They have a cut resistance in the fibers, and this make the gloves last longer.
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      • Recommended
      Very Handy
      I needed some work gloves that still allow for the dexterity and feelings to be able to handle materials and still protect my hands. These work great for that purpose. Was working in the yard, picking up rocks and sticks and had no problems. The rubber palm allows you to grip hand tools, like rakes and shovels with no problems. In Texas we go one day with 75degrees and the next we will have 2 inches of snow on the ground. Theses gloves allow your hands to breath in warmer weather. They do not keep you very warm in the snow, but the rubber again does help keep your palms dry. These are great gloves. My wife even steels them for her gardening. I guess I will have to get her a pair. Great gloves.
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      • Recommended
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