CROSSTECH®, DIRECT GRIP®, GORE® and designs are registered trademarks of W. L. Gore & Associates, Inc.

Cordura®, Nomex® and KEVLAR® are all registered trademarks of the DuPont® Company.

Scotchlite® is a 3M® registered trademark.

Compliance Terms

CE PPE in accordance with Council Directive 89/686/EEC.

Model compliant to harmonized standards EN 659: 1996 and EN 388: 1994.

What is Cordura®?
Cordura® is an air-textures, high-tenacity nylon made only by DuPont®. The real-world definition translates into some of the most used and abused products being lightweight, abrasion-resistant and durable.

What is KEVLAR®?
KEVLAR® is an aramid fiber that possesses a remarkable combination of properties. The KEVLAR® technology enhances lightweight flexibility, strength and flame resistance. KEVLAR® ounce for ounce is five times stronger than steel yet, at the same time, offers excellent wearing comfort. Ordinary products that utilize KEVLAR® technology become extraordinary ones. KEVLAR® - It's the power of performance.

What is Schoeller®-Keprotec®?
Schoeller®-Keprotec® is a high-tech fabric that meets the highest requirements in terms of tear resistance and durability in the field of safety at work and play. This top of its class product offers maximum protection by means of high-quality materials such as KEVLAR® and superior technology.

NFPA 1971 Standard on Protective Ensemble for Structural Fire Fighting 2013 Edition.
CE PPE in accordance with Council Directive 89/686/EEC.
Model compliant to harmonized standards EN 659: 1996 and EN 388: 1994.
NFPA 1971 (2013 edition) - Structural Fire-fighting Gloves

CROSSTECH® DIRECT GRIP® glove inserts are a combination moisture barrier and thermal liner, which results in a thinner, more streamlined insert for structural fire-fighting gloves. Firefighter gloves with CROSSTECH® DIRECT GRIP® glove inserts provide the best liquid penetration resistance against blood, body fluids and NFPA common chemicals. This superior liquid performance and innovative combination allows you to complete tasks that take fingertip control and still keep your gloves on for protection, with better fit and increased dexterity.

In the industry, Gore's expertise in barrier technologies is well recognized. Now Gore is introducing its new GORE™ RT7100 Glove Barrier Fabric, designed for manually cut, sewn, and sealed components. GORE™ RT1700 Glove Barrier Fabric is compliant to NFPA 1971 requirements as an alternative to polyurethane barriers. Its key technology feature, thermal stability, results in a product that will not melt or degrade, as typical polyurethane or polyamide-based moisture barriers are prone to do. The GORE™ RT1700 Glove Barrier Fabric provides thermal stability, product integrity, and the reputation of the world leader in barrier technologies behind it.

  • Thermally Stable and Flame Resistant
    • Waterproof after a 500°/5-minute exposure
    • Did not shrink or degrade after a 500°/5-minute exposure
  • Faster Glove dry out - Moister Vapor Breathable Excellent Duability
    • Durable liquid and abrasion resistance
  • Liquid Penetration Resistant
    • Blood and body fluids
    • NFPA common fire ground chemicals
    • Water