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Did you miss the winter hand protection webinar?
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Here are the top 5 takeaways from our webinar on choosing the best winter work gloves. Click here to listen to the full webinar.
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At temperatures higher than our body heat (98.6°F on average), excess heat needs to be released — this can be done by sweating, removing clothing or reducing activity level. In cold environments, where the temperature is lower than our body heat, heat needs to be retained through additional clothing, increasing activity level or increasing insulation.
For optimal warmth, winter hand protection should have three layers:
Unfortunately, there is no perfect glove that will allow you to stay warm in -50°F and easily be able to pick up nuts and bolts. There will have to be a trade off.
The individual needs to decide what is more important to complete the job in a timely and safe manner.
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