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[Infographic] Choose the Right Cut-Resistant Glove

by Joe Geng on October 19, 2014

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This infographic will guide you in the right direction in choosing the best cut-resistant work glove for your needs. There are many things to consider when choosing the right glove, like what hazards a worker typically encounter, whether the worker need other protections like puncture or heat resistance or need additional grip or comfort. We compare cut resistance, abrasion resistance, grip (without palm coating), the comfort of the glove based on materials and any heat resistance protection.

Depending if your workers encounter nuisance/low cut hazards, moderate, high or extreme hazards will determine what material or combination of materials that would be ideal for your work environment and common hazards. Our cut resistant gloves are available in styles like string knit, leather, leather drivers, leather palm and palm coated.

If you have any questions, need assistance in choosing the right glove, interested in a FREE sample, or would simply like more information about our products, contact us and we’ll gladly help you out!

Guide to Choosing the Right Cut Resistant Gloves


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There are so many brands of working gloves in the market, and employers are buying such brands that could not really protect the workers….

Thanks for the information…

Reply Rogelio Ramos - October 23, 2014'

looking too fine gloves for lobster fishing something that is puncture proof if any?

Reply Marven Kelly - July 1, 2015

    Hi there,
    These are the best puncture gloves:

    If you want to discuss your specific concerns re: lobster fishing hazrds and protection, please call one of our glove experts to get the perfect recommendation for you! Call us at: (888) 428-1210


    Reply Joe Geng - July 21, 2015'

    My understanding is that no glove manufacture would declare its gloves cut “proof” as that suggests nothing can get through them. They will only ever refer to them as cut “resistant”. I have tried to find good gloves for working in landscaping with weeds that are covered in thorns but to date, none I’ve tried have been up to a long term job.

    Reply Paul - December 7, 2015'

i have a small company where my husband works with glass sheets. i don’t know exactly what gloves to get for him, and the ones that he does have rip appart after 3-4 days of use. i need something that will not let the glass sheet slip from his hands, therefore the gloves that don’t have any kind of coating ( rubber, silicone, latex ) are not something for him. most of the “action” happens with his palms. so if a very resistant glove is made from kevlar and dyneema and on the back is not coated is ok, but if the coating of the non slip material is easily tearable then he won’t be able to grab the piece of glass with ease as it will slip making it more dangerous for him. what is the most resistant coating for a glove that he needs? also, what would be safe to use on glass like low-e and 4s?

Reply Engelhardt Maria Mirabela - November 20, 2017

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