- Yellow hi-viz backs for high hand visibility in poor conditions
- 3M™ Scotchlite™ retroreflective stripes
- Tough goatskin leather palms provide excellent abrasion resistance
- Elasticized backs for a snug fit every time
- Available in sizes XXS to 3XL
- Designed for: Construction, landscaping, general maintenance, general purpose
- Stretchable hi-viz green backing for improved flexibility and visibility
- Strategically placed palm grips increase durability and reduce bunching
- TenActiv™ liner provides comfort and cut protection
- Goatskin provides outstanding durability and dexterity
- Available in sizes S to 2XL
- Designed for: Material handling, metal fabrication, mining, road construction
- TenActiv™-blended yarn provides ANSI Level A7 cut protection
- Impact-resistant back-of-hand protection safeguards against moderate impact hazards without impeding flexibility or dexterity
- Hi-viz color makes gloves easier to spot
- Micropore nitrile palms for excellent grip in wet and oily conditions
- Nitrile reinforcement to reduce wear between thumb and forefinger
- Contains spandex for comfort and tactile sensitivity
- Available in sizes XXS to 3XL
- Designed for: Contruction, oil & gas, utilities, drilling, oil refinery
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It means protecting existing jobs, creating new jobs and supporting good labour standards.
It means larger tax revenues for stronger communities, better roads and improved healthcare.
It means high-quality craftsmanship with smaller carbon footprints.
Maybe it’s not such a small action after all.
What makes a glove cut-resistant?
Cut resistance comes from the materials used to make a glove.
It starts with a yarn like Kevlar®, Dyneema® orTenActiv™, which are inherently cut-resistant fibres. A glove made from one of these fibres will have a low to moderate level of cut resistance.
These fibres work really well for protecting the wearer from a box cutter or similar type of hazard. But, if a worker needs a higher level of protection — like people working in pulp and paper, metalwork, glass handling or automotive — they will need a glove made from an engineered yarn.
Engineered yarns use thin strands of steel or other materials as a base and wrap those strands in one of the fibres already mentioned. Gloves made with engineered yarns can have higher levels of cut resistance while remaining lightweight and easy to work in.
Have more questions about cut-resistant gloves? Fill out the form on this page and a member of our team will contact you to answer your questions.
About Superior Glove®:
Superior Glove is one of North America’s leading manufacturers and suppliers of work gloves. A respected source for thousands of customers, Superior Glove has been in the business since 1910.
With four manufacturing facilities, they are able to serve customers globally. Specializing in cut-resistant gloves, they are also a licensed manufacturer of Kevlar® and Dyneema® products and other high-quality work gloves for every industry.
Shop for more Superior Glove products:
Levitt-Safety is a proud distributor of Superior Glove work gloves and work sleeves to protect your hands and arms. Superior Glove manufactures gloves for many industries including construction, mining, oil and gas, and automotive. Visit our online store by clicking ‘Buy Online’ and see our offering of Superior Glove products.