Blog/Glove Knowledgebase — Cold Weather work gloves

Save Time and Money Buying Work Gloves in Bulk

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Save Time and Money Buying Work Gloves in Bulk

So many of us shop at Costco, Sam’s Club, or other stores where we can buy groceries in bulk because it saves us time and money when it comes to providing food for our families. Well, the same is true when it comes to purchasing gloves. It is cheaper and more time efficient to purchase gloves in bulk. If you need some convincing, we’ve rounded up a handful of reasons to help change your mind.   Typical Negatives of Purchasing in Bulk Do Not Apply: The main risk that arises when it comes to normal bulk shopping is that there...

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3 Gloves You Should Consider Including in Your Winter Car Kit

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3 Gloves You Should Consider Including in Your Winter Car Kit

 If you live in a snowy winter climate, you know how important it is to stock your car with all the essentials, just in case you get stuck due to inclement weather. We’ve rounded up some of the most common and useful things you should stock your Winter Car Kit with as well as our top three picks for gloves that should be included in your kit as well. Winter Car Kit Basics  Ice Scraper & Snow Brush: It is probably one of the most important things you could put in your car for the winter. A sturdy plastic scraper with...

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Keeping Your Hands Warm While Working Outside in Winter

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Keeping Your Hands Warm While Working Outside in Winter

With winter in full swing, we’ve rounded up a few tips that will help you keep your hands warm while working outside. Take a look and be sure to adopt a few of your favorite ideas to implement.   Stay Warm from the Get Go: The number one priority for you is to start your work day with warm hands as opposed to trying to warm up your frigid fingers. Purchase a warm pair of gloves with adequate lining that will keep your original warmth inside your gloves. Avoid Water: You should invest in a pair of waterproof gloves that...

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Insulated Gloves: How It Works in a Glove

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Insulated Gloves: How It Works in a Glove

While there are many types of insulation, this week we’re talking specifically about thermal insulation found in work gloves. Thermal insulation is a type of insulation that helps to reduce the transfer of heat between objects by reflecting thermal radiation or reducing thermal conduction. The true function of insulation is to reduce the transfer of heat, therefore keeping heat in. There are three types of insulation. Conduction is when heat is transferred from a space of higher temperature to an area of lower temperature. Convection happens when has or liquid becomes heated and travels away from the original source. Radiation occurs...

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Our Top 5 Picks for Winter Work Gloves

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Our Top 5 Picks for Winter Work Gloves

With winter well on the way, we’ve got a round up of our favorite work gloves that are perfect for the cold weather months ahead. Take a look and pick your favorite to purchase or add to your wish list for the holidays.   Samurai CR317INT Insulated Cut Resistant Gloves These gloves are constructed to be a triple threat! They are water repellant, insulate, and cut resistant. They feature a 10-gauge terry cloth liner inside the shell of the glove, which helps to keep your hands nice and warm and dry. The shell is engineered from a Tuffalene brand shell...

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