Your work may require your hands to get cold, and oftentimes for a long time, so you need insulated gloves to help them keep warm. There are many types of insulated gloves to do the job. Here are some of them.
Gloves of good quality both warm and protect your hands from cold. If you work outside or even do sports outside you have to make sure your hands are protected, dry and warm. You have to find the right glove for whatever conditions you are going to be encountering, which is why there are so many different gloves for you to choose from. Here is a basic breakdown for you:
Cotton gloves (with fleece lining)
These are great gloves for cold weather, but not frigid weather. Your hands get a lot of flexibility when the glove is made with a cotton shell which encases two quilted fleece layers.
Insulated work gloves (with leather palms)
These are very popular in many different types of industries. They are great heavy duty work gloves, with tough leather. They’re great for outside work too. Combining these with a tight, knitted wrist allows for the gloves to be well protected from dirt, ice and snow getting inside.
If you work with chemicals (including oil) nitrile gloves are usually the best. If you work with these chemicals outside then you need insulated nitrile gloves.
Nitrile gloves usually come with a thermal cotton lining which is dipped in nitrile butyl rubber twice. This creates protection both from the cold and the chemicals. With a rough finish you get great grip. You can also get a nitrile exam glove if you need.
Atlas glove nitrile is a great brand in these sorts of gloves. They are tough against chemicals and compounds and keep your hands well protected against any cuts, punctures or abrasions. For some of the toughest industrial jobs that include petro-chemical refining, degreasing, food processing, auto assembly or chemical handling, Atlus provides the right kind of gloves.
Atlas make gloves for all kinds of situations – for sporting, hunting, construction, agriculture, bottling, recycling, waste collection, gardening, assembly, glass handling, fishing and freight handling – says the company’s website. They have it all covered.
Neoprene gloves (knit-lined)
With a lining of elastic knit cotton your hands are warm and insulated, plus your perspiration is absorbed. Neoprene gloves last a very long time and are great to use with chemicals or work where abrasions can occur.
Great gloves for working outdoors or in very harsh weather conditions. With a thermal lining your hands are kept warm. PVC gloves usually come in bright colors which helps in many working conditions. A rough finish helps with grip in a big way.
Kevlar cut resistant gloves
Kevlar is one of the world’s most well known tough and durable materials, found in all types of places – many unexpected places as well. These are great gloves where work is dangerous and cuts can occur. If you need really tough gloves you get these, pure and simple.
So, these are the best insulated gloves you can find on the market and worth a look depending on your work.