PIP Cowhide Leather Palm Gloves

Cowhide, Shoulder Split (B/C) Grade, 12 pair
Durable cowhide reinforcement and a rubberized safety cuff economically bolster high-wear areas.   Read More 

PRICING (Based on quantity)

$45.90 $43.85 $40.80
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Durable cowhide reinforcement and a rubberized safety cuff economically bolster high-wear areas.
  • Rubberized 2.5" safety cuff extends protection past wrists; holds a sleeve tucked into glove
  • Full leather wrap safeguards first finger; eliminates seam on outer finger edge
  • Gunn construction and wing thumbs limit exposed seams to prolong glove life
  • Shirred elastic wrist provides a secure fit and helps keep out dirt and debris
  • Great for fabrication, masonry, lumber, machinery, railroad, construction, steel working and more
  • Shoulder split (B/C) leather is inexpensive without sacrificing safety


Primary Material Leather
Cuff 2.5" Safety
Grade Shoulder Split (B/C)
Lining None
Color Blue/Gray
Dimensions 10.5" L
Brand PIP
Texture None
Thumb Wing
Sold as 12 pair per package
Weight 6.6 lbs.
# per Pallet 200
Composition Cowhide
UNSPSC 46181504
Pigalog® Page Number Page 202


Based on 2 reviews

By Josh


Fantastic Quality

Product was as described and well received by the crew that I work with. Adds a slight level of warmth to the hands while it delivers top notch protection. Plus the price is right with these.

By Doug


Lets Glove Up

We bought these gloves since they are similar to what we already buy. This allowed us to cut cost by having 1 PO issued to handle our entire needs in 1 easy step. New Pig made it so easy I felt we were handled with kitten gloves.

Additional Information

  • 29 CFR 1910.132
    Employers must evaluate the workplace for process, environmental, chemical, radiological or mechanical hazards; and provide workers with appropriate personal protective equipment to protect them from any hazards present in the workplace.
  • 29 CFR 1910.138
    Employers must provide and require employees to wear hand protection whenever, "hands are exposed to hazards..."