Blog/Glove Knowledgebase — Cold Weather work gloves

Introducing the 3200CTH Insulated Cowhide Work Glove

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Introducing the 3200CTH Insulated Cowhide Work Glove

We’ve got another great new glove to introduce to you this week!These cowhide grain leather work gloves are a driver style with a keystone thumb and an open cuff. They have been constructed with a lining of 140 grams of trademarked, Cold Keep Insulation, that adds an excellent layer of warmth for working in cold conditions. The gloves are constructed from standard grain cowhide leather, which offers wearers excellent abrasion resistance and makes for a super durable glove. The keystone thumb is an ergonomic design that adds comfort and dexterity for wearers. These insulated cowhide work gloves are best suited for these...

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Introducing the New Ice Gripster 380INT Cold Weather, Water Resistant Work Glove

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Introducing the New Ice Gripster 380INT Cold Weather, Water Resistant Work Glove

We’re excited to introduce these new work gloves just as winter is on the horizon. These gloves have been designed to withstand water as well as cold temperatures. They’re constructed from two seamless layers. The first is a 7-gauge acrylic terry cloth material, covered by a 13-gauge nylon shell. This double layer construction is finished by a double coating. The first coat on the glove is a full dip in smooth rubber, which creates an excellent barrier against liquids. The second dip over this smooth rubber is a dip of just the palm in foam rubber, which offers the wearers superb...

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The Nitty Gritty on Water Proof Gloves: How They Work

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The Nitty Gritty on Water Proof Gloves: How They Work

Have you ever wondered how work gloves achieve waterproof status? We’ve rounded up some key information on the developing technology when it comes to waterproofing work gloves. There are four common types of waterproofing that you’ll find on the market, which we’ll talk about as follows: treatment, single layer solution, double layer solution, and triple layer solution. Treatment This is the most basic form of waterproofing you’ll find. The treatment involves spraying the fabric of the glove with a PVC or silicone-based substance, which results in a glove that is more appropriately categorized as water repellant, rather than water proof. While this is...

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Waterproof Gloves, What You Need to Know

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Waterproof Gloves, What You Need to Know

When it comes to waterproof gloves, we all know how helpful this feature can be when working in conditions where there is a risk of coming on contact with water, ice, snow, or other wet substances. When it comes to purchasing waterproof gloves, we want to make sure you’re well-informed about the type of waterproof glove you’re purchasing. This week, we’re covering the four most common types of waterproofing used in work gloves. The absolute most basic type of glove waterproofing is when the exterior fabric of a work glove is sprayed with a silicone or PVC based treatment solution....

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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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