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Glove Liners

Glove Liners

Wear these thin gloves underneath your work gloves for increased comfort, cleanliness, or cut and puncture resistance. They also ease the removal of the outer glove after use.

General Purpose

Everyday glove liners help keep your hands comfortable in heavy-duty work gloves. The liners absorb sweat to help minimize odor and regulate hand temperature in both cold and hot environments. All liners are washable for repeated use.

Fully Covered Fingers

Open Finger

Everyday glove liners help keep your hands comfortable in heavy-duty work gloves. The liners absorb sweat to help minimize odor and regulate hand temperature in both cold and hot environments. All liners are washable for repeated use.

Open Fingers

Cut & Puncture Resistant

Help safeguard against injury with cut- and puncture-resistant glove liners. These liners act as an additional barrier between your skin and sharp objects, and they are slim enough to fit under fitted gloves, such as disposable latex and nitrile gloves.

Gloves that offer protection on the backs of fingertips are most commonly used in waste disposal applications when reaching into piles of material that may contain sharp objects.

Cut- and puncture-resistance ratings in the table only apply to the protection material covering the palm. For liners with fingertip protection, the protective material on the backs of fingertips is ANSI Puncture Level 3 resistance.

The ANSI resistance levels for these gloves are based on the ANSI/ISEA 105-2011 standards for hand protection. The cut-resistance levels are on a scale from 1 to 5; puncture-resistance levels are from 0 to 5. The higher the rating, the better the protection.

Protection on Palmside of Hand

Protection on Palmside of Hand & Backs of Fingertips

Cleanroom

Specially designed for use in cleanrooms, these liners are made of absorbent nylon and are seamless to prevent unraveling, which can cause contamination.

All are rated according to FED-STD-209E cleanroom class standards ranging from 1 (cleanest) to 100,000 (dirtiest). The corresponding ISO cleanroom class standard also rates gloves ranging from 1 (cleanest) to 9 (dirtiest).

Fully Covered Fingers