Dromex Inferno Gloves


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Tan leather multi-layered fire fighters glove

High Breathability

High Heat Resistance & Flash

High Temperature Stability

High Abrasion Resistance


Multi-layer protection provides flexibility, comfort and excellent insulation.

Gunn cut wing thumb with reinforced index & middle finger palm.

Knitted cuff with continuous pull and shirred back.

Multi-layer: hand layer is knitted composite modacrylicpara-aramid fibre with a non-woven urethane vapor barrier. Finger tacked.

Tan split cow leather palm 1.0 to 1.2mm with quivalent reinforcing.

Tan split cow leather back 1.0 to 1.2mm, shirred.

Yellow aramid knitted wrist cuff with tan split cow leather 0.8 to 1.0mm leather continuous pull

380g per pair (size L)


Medium to XLarge


Structural and wildland fire fighting applications.

Search & Rescue.


Best used in Structural and wildland fire fighting applications and Search & Rescue.

Additional information

Weight 8.75 kg
Dimensions 35 × 20 × 50 cm

S, M, L, XL

Special Instructions

Although the manufacturer has examined these gloves under the system for ensuring quality of production by means of monitoring and inspection, we recommend that all gloves should be thoroughly inspected before use to ensure no damage is present. None of the materials or processes used in the manufacture of these products are known to be harmful to the wearer. The gloves and information contained herein are designed to accommodate the basic safety requirements and standards for Personal Protective Equipment. Actual conditions of use cannot be directly simulated in a test environment, therefore it is the responsibility of the user and not the manufacturer or supplier to determine the suitability for intended use.

Compliance & Conformity

Meets with the requirements of NFPA 1971:2013 Edition: Standard on Protective Ensembles for Structural Fire Fighting.


Style: Cow leather, gunn cut, wing thumb glove with reinforced thumb and index finger, with a knitted wrist and continuous pull cuff. Liner: Hand layer is knitted composite modacrylic para-aramid fibre with a non woven urethane vapor barrier. Finger tacked. Palm: Tan suede cow leather 1.0 to 1.2mm with tan suede leather 1.0 to 1.2mm reinforcing. Back: Tan suede cow leather 1.0 to 1.2mm, shirred. Thread: Kevlar. Cuff: Yellow aramid knitted wrist cuff with a tan suede 0.8 to 1.0mm leather continuous pull. Mass: 380g Per pair (size L).

Cleaning & Maintenance

These gloves require careful cleaning to ensure the integrity of the glove is maintained. Gloves should not be left in a contaminated condition if re-use is intended especially if potential hazards exist. Hand washing is recommended! A recommended technique for washing your gloves is to put on the gloves and rub them together, using a mild cleaning product. A stiff bristle brush may help remove some of the imbedded combustion products. Rinse thoroughly in warm water. Drying of gloves should be air dried or tumble dried in cool air dryers. Drying racks in well-ventilated areas assist in drying. Do not turn these gloves inside out to dry as this may tear or damage the moisture barrier layer and or tear the inner lining. Do not lay the gloves on radiators or dry them in hot air dryers. Hot air drying will stiffen the leather and severely shorten the service life and performance of the gloves. Do not dry the gloves in direct or indirect sunlight, or in fluorescent light as this will reduce the strength and protective qualities of the gloves. Do not wring dry your gloves as this may tear the vapour barrier. The gloves may be gently squeezed with an absorbent material that will not contaminate the glove to remove excess water from the leather shell. Do not dry clean as this will damage the gloves and reduce their protective qualities. NOTE! The importance of decontaminating gloves. You can be exposed to many hazardous substances on the job. These substances can contaminate your gloves, and cause harm to you after your body contacts your gloves. Many fire combustion products including hydrocarbons, polynuclear aromatic compounds, metals such as cadmium and chromium, acids and soot are hazardous to the fire fighter. These substances can become embedded in the fibres of your gloves and contact with the user, the contaminants can enter the body through ingestion, absorption or inhalation. Particulates and other products of combustion can reduce the flame resistance of your gloves and increase the ability to conduct electricity. To reduce the risk of long-term harm from hazardous substances, present in the products of fire combustion you MUST decontaminate your gloves. The use of commercially available cleaning products with a pH greater than 6.0 and less than 10.5 or specialty cleaners designed for NFPA 1971 gloves can be used. Always read the MSDS sheets before use. Never use chlorine bleach or chlorinated products to clean your gloves. Even small amounts of chlorine will seriously reduce your gloves protective ability. Non-chlorinated bleaches are acceptable. Should excessive or unknown contamination occur from accidental or incidental exposure to hazardous chemicals the gloves should be removed and replaced.


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