Puncture & Cut Resistant Gloves
The rule of thumb with puncture-resistant gloves is this: there is no such thing as puncture PROOF, which is why the term 'resistant' is used instead.
The type of material used to create a high level of puncture resistance means that dexterity is affected, since a much stiffer layer of impenetrable material is added in order to be truly effective against puncture and slash hazards.
Nonetheless, the remarkable thing about the several styles we have developed is that while they utilize materials like steel mesh, it is of a quality and fineness that does not affect comfort.
Kevlar®/Wire-core gloves with steel-mesh palms.
ASTM cut-level 5 and puncture-level 4. Kevlar® glove with steel-mesh liner.
Premium 1.4 mm side-split leather palms and 9 oz. cotton twill backs. ASTM cut-level 4, puncture-level 4.
Dynastop® puncture-resistant glove made with Dyneema®. ASTM cut-level 5, puncture-level 5.