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Emerald General Purpose Powder Free 3 Mil Black Nitrile Glove

Emerald General Purpose Powder Free 3 Mil Black Nitrile Glove

Regular price $6.99 USD
Regular price $11.75 USD Sale price $6.99 USD
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Pricing per box, sold by the case


The Emerald general purpose powder-free 3 mil black nitrile glove is a cost-effective solution for those seeking the protection and flexibility of nitrile. The perfect nitrile glove for food service and other general purpose use.

  • Small, Medium, Large, X-Large
  • Color: Black
  • Packaging: 100 per box., 10 boxes per case

Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act (FD&C Act) Compliant
All Emerald disposable examination gloves meet FDA 510(k) standards as Class 1 Medical Devices. In addition, their components are in compliance with the Federal Food, Drug and Cosmetics Act provisions which allow their repeated use in direct contact with food.


Nitrile gloves are renowned for their exceptional chemical resistance, making them a preferred choice in industries where contact with various chemicals is common. Their robust and durable nature ensures they can withstand tough tasks and provide extended wear without easily puncturing or tearing. Additionally, nitrile gloves offer a significant reduction in allergy concerns compared to latex gloves, making them a safer and hypoallergenic option for individuals with latex sensitivities.


See the sizing chart below for more information on selecting the best glove fit.


Orders are processed Mon - Friday by 2pm EST. Shipping via ground 3 - 7 days.

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Finding the right size glove

When it comes to choosing the right gloves, it's crucial to focus on the aspects that truly matter. Length and width aren't always the sole determinants of a perfect fit. If you find yourself in this situation, prioritize a glove that matches the length of your hand, even if it means opting for a smaller size than the recommended width.

Keep in mind that excessively long or loose glove fingers can pose risks when working with tools and machinery, potentially compromising your grip and lowering feedback from your work environment to your precious fingers.