Similar to the gloves used by military and law enforcement personnel, these gloves are strategically designed for a mix of durability, dexterity, and touch sensitivity.
The gloves may offer resistance to a range of environmental or application hazards, including 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, and puncture-resistance levels are from 0 to 5. The higher the rating, the better the protection.
These durable mechanics-style gloves are designed for toughness and durability, while still offering a good sense of touch.
Also known as rappelling gloves, these gloves have an extra layer of material stitched onto the palm and a reinforced thumb saddle for enhanced abrasion protection, which is especially useful when working with rope.
The thermal lining of these mechanics gloves will keep you warm when you're out in the cold.
Upgrade your protection without sacrificing durability or dexterity with these cut-resistant tactical gloves.
These gloves have reinforcement on the back of the hand to protect against impact.