December 4, 2013 | Julie |

Selecting the Right Waterproof Glove (And The Left One, Too.)



When it comes to hand protection, waterproof gloves can be a tricky choice. If you want good waterproof gloves, you need to make sure you choose ones that are well made. In this case especially, quality is key. Good waterproof gloves will combine water repellent materials with smart styling to ensure wetness stays out. Some gloves will also feature insulating liners to lock in warmth. If you can keep the cold and the wet out – there’s nothing holding you back.

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Here are some things to factor in when selecting waterproof work gloves:

Wish List:

  • Water repellency
  • Insulation performance
  • Agility
  • Comfort
  • Washability
  • Durability

Ideal Materials:

  • Neoprene (waterproof and durable, they’ll stand up to almost any cold/wet job )
  • Adjustable cuff to block out water and cold
  • Enprotex® or Porelle® (waterproof lining)
  • Fleece, Thinsulate™, or other insulation (warm lining to keep the cold out)

Great Features:

  • Adjustable or Velcro® wrist to keep wetness and moisture out
  • Tailored sizing for optimal hand mobility
  • Quality materials

Think our waterproof gloves will work for your company? Get a sample and find out!)

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