Our gloves are available in sizes 6/XS through to 11/XXL, suiting every hand size, including small ladies’ hands – you can check out the specific size range available per glove on each product page and datasheet.
If you’re not sure what your hand size is, you can download our free sizing guide here, print off as actual size on A4, and measure your hand to identify the correct size.
Wearing the correct size is so important to ensure it doesn’t inhibit your functionality or productivity.
Gloves that are touchscreen compatible mean that you can operate any smart device without removing your gloves. Click hereto read more about the science behind what makes our gloves touchscreen compatible.
Sometimes the sensitivity settings of your smart device may need to be adjusted to be able to pick up your touch through the glove. Click here for our free guide on how to adjust the touchscreen settings on different devices.
You can easily identify the touchscreen compatible gloves in our product range by this icon.
The cut levels 1-5 are tested where a rotating blade is used – also known as the Coupe test. The level of cut resistance a glove provides is determined by the number of blade rotations that take place before penetration of the glove lining.
Cut indexes are determined by a new test called the straight blade test. Each level is determined by the amount of force applied to the blade before penetration, measured in newtons.
The straight blade test is closer to the type of hazards that are present in the workplace – it would not be often that a rotating surface is the source of a risk.
For more information on the breakdown of each cut rating, click here.
The type of glove coating you select depends on the task you’re carrying out and the environment you’re in.
Typically, we’d recommend in dry or slightly oily conditions that a polyurethane coating will give you sufficient grip and dexterity while being a more breathable option. You can easily identify our gloves suitable for dry conditions with this icon.
In wet or oily conditions, we’d recommend a nitrile coating as this acts as a liquid barrier and can enhance grip. You can easily identify our gloves suitable for wet or oily conditions with these icons.
If you would like further information or advice please contact us here or directly on +44 (0) 1394 447089 or email@example.com.