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Remember not too long ago we were complaining about the cold? Well the warm weather is here – and many of us have already started.
But hey, don’t sweat it; below you’ll find some excellent examples of ways you can keep cool. While still complying with PPE standards in the workplace.
You wouldn’t wear your winter jacket outside in July, so you shouldn’t necessarily keep the same gloves on to work in the summer heat. Here are some better options:
You’re more familiar with the brand names TenActiv™ or Dyneema®. These yarns are generally more comfortable than the competition. They are super lightweight, cool to the touch, and adapt to body heat. Since they stay cool, they can be worn for longer periods, thereby reducing injuries and associated costs. Here are more options.
If you wear cut-resistant sleeves for work, staying cool can be a challenge. The good news is that you don’t have to suffer throughout your work day. Yarn technology has advanced to the point where you can combine true comfort with uncompromised cut protection. Our Cutban™ sleeves for example are much cooler than Kevlar® sleeves. Knit with a high-tenacity filament yarn, you still get ASTM cut-level 2 protection. Pick your length, style and thumbhole options… Here’s the full guide.
Fine-gauge polyester knits are especially lightweight and breathable, wicking moisture away from hands. Even coated styles can offer this breathability. Our double-layer, microfinish-grip foam-latex palms provide excellent grip without adding uncomfortable warmth. If you’re construction outdoors this summer, these gloves are a great choice:
You’re now ready for a cooler work season. Click any of the “Get my Sample” buttons to get yours.
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Hand Injury Rates are Reduced by 60% when using the right gloves.