To Order Now:: Scroll to the bottom of this page and click on a picture showing the color of Arm Chaps you like.
This version of Arm Chaps has all the great benefits of the regular Arm Chaps except they extend further up the arm to protect the elbow, AND there's NO Zipper. The best description would be a "Open Finger Welding Glove".
The zipper was removed due to the likelihood of it getting damaged due to molten metal hitting it.
Notice that the leather (on the inside crease area of the elbow) does NOT extended up as far as the elbow side. The leather does NOT get into the area where you bend your arm. You can still bend your arm with total comfort.
The "Open Finger" style of welding glove was requested by many fabricators due to needing their fingers open to make adjustments quickly to their projects. "Putting On" and "Taking Off" regular welding gloves was a hassle and prevented them from working effectively....often these fabricators would skip wearing regular welding gloves completely. At least now, they can still protect the Hand, Wrist, Forearm, and Elbow while still having full use of their fingers. They also mentioned that most of the (Welding or Cutting Torch) burns they'd get were localized to the forearm area, and rarely in the finger area. They also complained about regular welding gloves were not long enough. Arm Chaps are the perfect fix for all those complaints.
Other benefits include:: Now being able to rest your arms against a hot surface without getting burned,,,,, and the Arm Chaps will provide more cushion for your arms in situations where you'er laying down or resting on your arms.
Note:: You can still easily wear regular welding gloves over the Arm Chaps when you need finger protection (see photo below), yet if you need to take the welding gloves off to do something, you don't have to remove the Arm Chaps since they won't be in your way.
To Order:: click on a picture below for the color you like; Or click on "Choose Options" that's found under the color you like. Arm Chaps are sold in pairs.
NOTE: You can move your cursor over the pictures below to toggle between Front view and Back view.