Terry cloth on the back of thumb is there to wipe sweat or mud when you can't take off the gloves immediately, for example, during construction works.
Velcro straps tend to wear out.
All-purpose cut-resistant Kevlar gloves will be an invaluable purchase for anyone involved in construction business: the gloves are double-stitched for durability while Kevlar fiber lining makes them highly cut- and puncture-resistant.
Nylon, Polyester, PVC, PU, Kevlar™, Cotton, Rubber
Small, Medium, Large, X-Large, XX-Large, XXX-Large
Non-slip reinforcement on the palm, fingers, and thumb; Terry cloth thumb on the back; Supportive cuff with velcro closure; Machine washable
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The cuffs are 5 inches long and will protect your whole wrists and even part of the forearm from burns as well as minimize the risk of getting spatter inside the gloves.
All fingers are the same length.
These gloves are made of genuine leather and are designed for safety during works that involve extremely high temperatures. Perfect for welders, blacksmiths, steel-makers.
Leather, Cotton, Kevlar™
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Spandex and snug-fit design make these very elastic and comfortable to wear and easy to put on. Besides, spandex does not stretch out too much with time.
The actual size is a tad smaller than designated, according to customers.
The best choice for cooking since this model is made from food-safe materials. Cutting fish, meat, grating veggies and preparing salads will be safe and simple like never before.
Polyethylene, Fiber glass, Spandex
Small, Medium, Large, X-Large
Snug-fit design, Elastic band
Nitrile coating on palms and fingertips makes for a tight grip and prevents slipping even when you work on wet and slightly oiled surfaces. It also enhances wear resistance.
Glass fiber inside the knit material can cause irritation if your skin is sensitive.
The DEX FIT protective gloves have the highest resistance levels against cuts, tears, punctures, and abrasion. They will offer top mechanical and chemical protection without stripping off your fingers sensitivity.
UHMW PE, Fiber glass, Nylon, Spandex
X-Small, Small, Medium, Large, X-Large
Nitrile coating on palm and fingertips, Elastic band, Machine washable
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A special fiber on the back of the glove provides high breathability so your hands won't sweat too much and will feel comfortable even during prolonged use.
The elastic band on the cuffs might be a bit tight at the beginning.
Lightweight, tough, affordable—these are the words to describe the multifunctional G&F gloves. Whatever you do, they will stay tightly in place and will protect your palms from scraping off.
Latex coating on palm, fingertips, and thumb; Enlarged elastic cuff and band
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Convenience at 10 out of 10
The Youngstown General Utility gloves are one of the most durable models on the market today. They are lined with Kevlar fiber inside, which makes them ultimately puncture- and cut-resistant and suitable for the toughest works that involve sharp tools, be it knives or drills. The inner glove itself is cotton for utmost comfort. The outer part of each glove is made from a mix of materials, including nylon, polyester, polyurethane, PVC, rubber. The double stitching adds even more to the durability. With Level 3 cut resistance, it can handle metal stamping and work with glass.
The outer palm part has a non-slip reinforcement to make your grip on the tools firmer, an invaluable feature when the job is of a dangerous type. But that is not all, actually. As any hard work with heavy tools strains the body, you will most likely sweat. To not let the sweat get in the way of your work, the Youngstown Kevlar gloves have a special Terry cloth on the back of the thumb. It is there for you to wipe the sweat from your brow so that it does not get in your eyes or hinder your moves in any way. And you do not have to take off the gloves to do that anymore.
The model is offered in sizes from small to XXX-Large and is machine washable.
|Last updated price||$29.17|
Lincoln Electric K2979-ALL
This model is not puncture- or cut-resistant as it is not intended for jobs involving sharp objects. Instead, these Kevlar gloves are made with heat-related jobs in mind, like MIG welding, for example. The Kevlar threading in here is included to make the gloves heat-resistant. Their design is also better suited for work with electricity and welding since they feature 5-inch cuffs that will protect not only your wrists but your forearms as well from burns caused by sparks and hot splatter.
The outer part of the gloves is high-grade leather suitable for heat works while the insides are lined with Kevlar-treaded cotton that is comfortable to the hand. Inside, there is also some twill cotton lining that is really good at absorbing moisture, meaning that even when your hands inevitably sweat from the heat works the glove will not start slipping off your hand and there will be little to no discomfort wearing them. The model comes in a single size but the quality leather and cotton make it elastic enough to fit most hands.
Featuring the combination of high heat resistance, utmost comfort, and top protection features, it's not surprising many professional welders use these Kevlar gloves during their day-to-day work with temperatures and electricity.
|Last updated price||$13.60|
NoCry (1 Pair) Level 5 Protection
Best Butcher Gloves
If you are a professional cook or a chef and are looking for a pair of safety gloves that will not only protect your hands but will also not damage the food you make, this is the model perfectly suited for you. These cut-resistant gloves are made from food-grade materials, making them suitable to work with raw meat and fish, let alone veggies and fruit. Of course, the scope of application is not limited to kitchen-related tasks. Persons involved in carpentry, woodwork can also use a pair of gloves like these.
The cut resistance of this pair is Level 5, it is the highest protection level today, the materials will survive cuts with the sharpest knives and mandoline slicers or graters. At the same time, the gloves are light and thin for comfort and their snug-fit design provides high dexterity and makes it pretty easy and comfortable to move your fingers, which will be equally important when cutting meat and wood. The elastic band will keep the glove in place as you go about your carving tasks.
This pair from NoCry is medium-sized and can be washed in a washing machine. In the instructions that come with the gloves, you will find a website address to download a free cooking ebook, too. A nice addition to have to your kitchen collection.
|Last updated price||$11.49|
DEX FIT (1 Pair) Cru553 Smart Touch
Premium Quality and Style
When the task at hand requires more than the basic protection of hands and fingers check out these Kevlar gloves. They are thin, lightweight, and breathable, making it easy to move your fingers as you see fit and comfortable to wear the gloves for prolonged periods of time. And despite the thinness, they offer the highest Level 5 protection against cuts and punctures. Furthermore, the palm and finger parts all have Nitrile coating for enhanced grip. Thanks to this, no tool will slip from your hand during work, not even if it (the tool) is a slightly oiled pipe or a wet fishing spear. You can even wear this pair for underwater tasks.
Another benefit these Kevlar gloves offer is the use of your smartphone. While most gloves need to be taken off so that your gadget's screen recognizes the touch, with this model, it is not necessary, the coating is durable but thin and allows you to work with touchscreens just like that.
Be it diving, kitchen work, carving, auto mechanics, or just about any task that requires hand protection, these gloves will do the job perfectly. Besides, they are offered in a number of colors to suit any taste. The sizes go from X-Small to X-Large. The gloves are machine-washable.
|Last updated price||$12.49|
G & F Products (1 Pair) 1607L
Cheap and Tough
Cheap but durable cut-resistant Kevlar gloves from G&F make handling any glass and cutting works far less dangerous. Made of Kevlar fiber, they have a Level 3 protection against cuts and punctures. The palm, fingers, and thumb all have a layer of latex to ensure your grip is tight on the tools you work with. The back side of the glove, on the other side, is woven and, therefore, breathable. Even if you have to work for hours, your hands won't be too sweaty.
The cuffs here are enlarged for additional protection to your wrists. This will come in handy when you work with broken glass and if you engage in wood carving: tiny glass shards and wood splinters won't get inside the gloves thanks to larger cuffs.
It is recommended by many users to get one size bigger than the chart says since the model is a little bit undersized but even if it's not in your case, it is better to have a pair that is a tad big than a pair that is too small and tight on your hands. This way, your hands are safer and better protected. Besides, the elastic band can be tight-ish, another sign that a bigger size will fit better.
The sizes available with this model include Medium, Large, and X-Large. If you are looking for a cheap solution to the problem of protection during occasional house repair, this is a perfect choice.
|Last updated price||$8.59|
What Are Kevlar Gloves?
Kevlar is a special type of synthetic fiber with some top-notch protective qualities, it is strong and heat-resistant. Now, Kevlar is a word you've probably heard in all those police and army movies like Kingsman or series like the Shooter where special agents wear bulletproof Kevlar vests; but it can also be found in tires, drumheads, and racing sails thanks to its high tensile strength and light weight. Also, protective gloves.
It is hard to count all the jobs that pose danger to our hands. Construction works, welding, wood cutting—these are obviously dangerous, and not only to our hands: jobs like these also need hard hats, coveralls, respirators, goggles. But there is more: cooking, house repairs, and a plethora of smaller tasks can result in cuts, puncture wounds, etc. To protect your hands, in addition to the regular caution, you can also use Kevlar gloves. They are reinforced with this light yet strong fiber and can make a difference when you face a danger of cutting your finger off if you hold the knife awkwardly and it slips in your wet hands.
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