With any work glove, you want something that will deliver on hand protection and performance, and yet be barely noticeable. After all, the number-one problem with any PPE and safety program 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 are several major sectors.
We've broken down the major areas of work, with glove recommendations geared to each specific construction trade or category. If you don't see what you need here, give us a call.
Gloves for workers mixing, pouring, sculpting or handling concrete or cement. Palm-coated string knits for dexterity, leather drivers or fully coated.
Gloves for drywallers for plastering, sanding & material handling. Puncture resistant palm-coated string knits or grip and leather palm mechanics.
Electricians gloves with excellent grip and dexterity or with esd or high-voltage protection. Leather, palm-coated string knits and mechanics.
Gloves for floor installers with cut or puncture resistance hand protection. Available in palm-coated string knits or micro-suede palm mechanics style.
Range of gloves for the construction industry. Palm-coated string knits, coated nylon knits, leather fitters & drivers, mechanics & anti-impact.
Gloves for technicians providing good grip and cut resistance. Selection of palm coated string knits, split-cowhide and a knit sleeve for arm protection.
Gloves for professional landscapers, gardeners or groundskeepers. Available in palm-coated string knit or coated nylon knit or goatskin drivers.
Gloves for lumber mill or plant workers. In puncture or cut resistant leather fitters, anti-impact goatskin drivers or an anti-vibration chainsaw glove.
Gloves for bricklayers and stonemasons, with cut, puncture, abrasion or chemical resistance. In coated knits, fully coated and more.
Gloves combine several types of protection with the good grip for tasks involving wet conditions.