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Impact-Resistant Work Gloves

Impact-Resistant Work Gloves

Reinforced in strategic sections of the hand and fingers, these work gloves (also called rigger's gloves) protect the hand from impact. Some also offer additional resistance to cuts, punctures, heat, flame, oil, or gas.

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, and abrasion-resistance levels are from 0 to 6. The higher the rating, the better the protection.

High Dexterity

These lightweight mechanics-style gloves allow you to maintain a wide range of movement while protecting against light impacts, such as bumps and knocks.

Coated Fabric

High Visibility Coated Fabric

Heavy Impact

Durable protection panels or gel pockets on the knuckles, back of the hand, and backs of fingers protect the wearer against heavy impact.

Mechanics

High Visibility Mechanics

Mechanics with Added Grip

High Visibility Mechanics with Added Grip

Hammering Gloves

Thick rubber padding on the thumb and forefinger protect against errant hammer swings. These gloves have palms coated with latex, which provides enhanced grip but may cause allergic reactions.

Left Hand Reinforced for Right Handed Users

Right Hand Reinforced for Left Handed Users

Oil & Gas Resistant

These rugged mechanics-style gloves keep your hand protected from impact as well as oil, gas, and water. All are brightly colored to make hand signals more visible from a distance.

High Visibility Mechanics