Cuff Styles

Safety Cuff
2-½” wrist; glove can be removed quickly in case of emergency

Knitwrist Cuff
Provides a snug fit to keep weather and debris out

Gauntlet Cuff
4-½” length, provides extra forearm protection

Slip-on Cuff
No cuff, glove material extends over wrist area for faster, easier donning

Economical, single fabric

Closely woven cloth, usually cotton

Two layers of fabric laminated together. Used on light to Mid-duty styles

Rubber material laminated between two layers of fabric, used on mid- to heavy-duty style

For longer wear and more demanding applications


Straight, Beaded, Pinked options

Greater durability. Absorbs sweat and won’t give the clammy feel of an unsupported glove. Better heat and cold resistance

Better tactile feel and dexterity. Lower cost

Flock-lined gloves have an internal coating of short cotton fibers, which promotes easier donning and doffing of gloves, as well as improved comfort

Unlined gloves do not have a knitted or woven internal liner. As a general rule, they have a higher degree of dexterity and tactility but provide lower resistance against mechanical hazards

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