Superior Gloves’ Dexterity S15GPNVB gloves match ANSI Level A4 cut protection, with impact-resistant back-of-hand protection that delivers ANSI Level 3 abrasion resistance and ANSI Level 3 puncture resistance. The micropore nitrile coating resists liquids and oils to keep hands dry. The gloves have suction cup-like craters for a strong grip.
Milwaukee Tool’s USB rechargeable heated gloves feature leather palms and fingers to improve dexterity. The fleece lining provides warmth and comfort. The extended cutoff protects users from the elements.
Carhartt’s A616 men’s mittens have a grippy palm and waterproof insert. The soft fleece cuff has an adjustable wrist strap to keep hands dry. There is a digital-grip palm and stick-grip fingers and thumb. The Fastdry technology wicks away sweat.
Brass Knuckle’s Smartcut BKCR3520 gloves have an abrasion-resistant nitrile coating on a thin, 15-gauge seamless shell of engineered composite yarn with high-performance polyethylene. Sponge-like foam nitrile channels oil away from the surface, allowing for slip-resistance. The thumb crotch is cut- and abrasion-resistant reinforced.
Superior Gloves’ Endura flame-retardant, antivibration gloves are made of high tensile-strength goatskin. The leather is treated with Oilbloc for water and oil resistance. There is antivibration palm padding and flame-resistant modacrylic lining in the back-of-hand and thumb areas.
Milwaukee Tool's high-visibility polyurethane-dipped gloves have a reinforced nitrile coating between the thumb and index finger for enhanced durability in high-wear points. They feature touchscreen-compatible fingertips and are knit with 15 gauge for better dexterity when handling small objects.