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Safariland's Hatch Donates Gloves To Okla. First Responders

May 31, 2013  | 

Safariland's Hatch has donating Operator HK field gloves to first responders sifting through debris of the tornado that struck Moore, Okla., on May 20.

After just one day of searching through sharp and heavy ruins, the first responders' were left with shredded gloves, making it difficult for them to assist the community in the search and rescue efforts.

"Supplying gloves to those who are out doing this heroic work is the very least we can do," said Adam Avitabile, Hatch category manager.

The Operator HK field gloves are 100% Kevlar and are designed with hard knuckle protection and strategically placed high-density foam. They were delivered to local distributor Special Ops Uniforms, who provided them to the rescue and recovery operators searching through the wreckage.

Tags: Gloves, Safariland, First Responders, Hatch

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