Webbed Paddling Gloves, 1 of 2

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Object number
AIBDC : 005886.1
Country
Date
2008

Description

A pair of black blueseventy Webbed Paddling Glove, from the 2000s, is used to train for Ironman triathlons. The webs provide increased resistance to the water thereby building the swimmer's strength. The gloves are made of nylon with a filler of flexible polychloroprene, better known by its DuPont trade name, Neoprene, a plastic based rubber, which is soft and elastic as well as water-resistant, insulating and weather resistant.
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printed: (various)
Dimensions
Width
150mm
Height
225mm
Depth
50mm
Method Note
fibres
fabric
noeprene material
neoprene sheet
construction
Material Note
plastic
polyamide inner and outer
PA inner and outer
nylon inner and outer
polychloroprene filler
Neoprene - trade name filler
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