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Thread: Which gloves achieve CE Level 2?

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    Are you sure.
    they (Racer's) claim to be CE level 2 certified against EN1621-2, which is odd as that's the back protector standard, they should be looked at against EN13594...
    It looks like Racer has updated its website to correct the CE standard to which the gloves are certified. Racer still states that the Dynamic 2 glove is CE Level 2. I guess that’s why there’s a “2” in the glove’s name.

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    GORE-TEX® winter glove, which combines technology, protection and comfort. PITTARDS® goatskin palm, Softshell® material gives a comfortable feeling, leather moulded knuckle protection, gel protector at the thenar, 100% waterproof and breathable. PPE category 2 level 2 homologated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zebedee View Post
    It looks like Racer has updated its website to correct the CE standard to which the gloves are certified. Racer still states that the Dynamic 2 glove is CE Level 2. I guess that’s why there’s a “2” in the glove’s name.
    Smoke n mirrors, they don't say which standard, if I was buying PPE for PPE purposes I'd not buy from anyone online who didn't publish their EC type certificates.

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