We are excited to launch the Rayza RX553 and Rayza RX567; gloves cleverly designed and engineered to keeps hands working this winter.
THE STORY OF DEVELOPMENT
After working closely with our clients, we identified that there were no gloves on the market that combined high cut resistance, thermal properties and also maintained high levels of dexterity for wearers. This led to wearers compromising on protection (i.e. wearing a thinner low cut resistant glove) in favour of wearing a warmer glove with no effect on functionality so that they could continue their daily work. In compromising on protection in order to keep hands warm, clearly significantly increases the risk of injury to hands.
At STALSEN, we set about to challenge the status quo; there had to be a way to engineer a glove that didn’t compromise on protection, warmth, comfort or functionality for the wearer.
THE RAYZA RX553
The Rayza RX553 is a truly ground-breaking thermal glove that uses latest technologies to answer the unmet need. Clients who have trialled the glove have labelled it ‘the witchcraft glove’ due its clever combination of properties:
- Ultra-lightweight very high (index E) cut resistant liner
- Lightweight double thermal polyester layer (the same material as long-johns)
- Touchscreen compatibility
HOW IT WORKS
There’s no bulky material to keep hands warm here, it works simply by trapping body heat to help regulate the temperature of your hands – so they are not too hot and not too cold!
THE RAYZA RX567
The Rayza RX567 is a winner for winter. Suitable to anyone working in cold, wet, outdoor environments, it really is the answer for these harsh winter conditions. The following key properties work together:
- Fleece liner for ultimate warmth
- Ultra-lightweight high (index D) cut resistant liner
- Blue nitrile for water repellence across the whole hand
- A further textured nitrile coating for enhanced grip
HOW IT WORKS
Despite the fleece liner, this glove offers greater flexibility when compared to others on the market. The liner is also fully stitched into the glove in answer to common frustrations with thermal gloves where the liner comes out as you doff the gloves.
For more information or to order a sample, please click here. We’re keeping hands safe, warm and working this winter!
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