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Slip-On Cuffs

Last updated: December 11, 2019

What Does Slip-On Cuffs Mean?

A slip-on cuff is a wrist cuff that offers easy wear and removal by standing away from the wrist. There is no seam between glove and the cuff, and it is used for securing the glove to the lower edge of the shirt or jacket.

Safeopedia Explains Slip-On Cuffs

A slip on cuff is used where additional personal protective equipment is required to stop slippage of the gloves or movement of loose fabric at the wrist or cuff. It also works as warm clothing in a cold environment. Slip on cuffs are made of polypropylene, acrylic, wool and elastic combinations. Slip on cuff save the wrist from any impact, sharp tools or hot surfaces.

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