With any glove, you want something that will deliver, and yet be barely noticeable. After all, the number-one problem with any PPE is compliance.
But since your most valuable tools are your hands—and even minor injuries will cost you time and money—finding the perfect glove for the task at hand is usually number one on the list when choosing gloves for the construction industry. And while nothing can be absolutely perfect, we believe aiming that high can’t hurt. And, it will save you a lot of hurt in the long run.
Construction is another catch-all category: within this industry lie several major categories.
We've broken down the major areas of work, with glove recommendations geared to each specific category. And if you don’t see what you need here, give us a call.
Gloves that provide good grip and cut resistance.
Gloves that protect against puncture, cut, chemical and abrasion in all seasons.
Gloves that fit like a second skin with good grip and dexterity.
Gloves for good tactility, grip and puncture resistance.
Gloves combine several types of protection with the good grip for tasks involving wet conditions.
Gloves that help to "do it all".