Please note that Kevlar reacts with UV light which will decrease its strength over time (but not its fire / temperature resistance). It is estimated that 50 to 60 weeks of continuous exposure will result in a loss of strength of up to 50%. Kevlar fibres should therefore be protected from UV-rays (e.g. prolonged exposure to strong sunlight etc.). We supply our Kevlar products in sealed black bags, where feasible, to ensure they are in pristine condition when you receive them.
Also please note: Kevlar gloves DO offer enhanced resistance against cuts and slashes that far exceeds ‘normal’ fabrics, but Kevlar gloves & sleeves are NOT cut-proof or puncture-proof. They are also NOT bullet-proof.