Fiber blend technology makes gloves four times stronger than leather. Food grade. Ideal for using cutting machine and glass handling work. Washable, drip dry. Sizes small through XL. For use with sharp blades rather than pointed objects.
May run small, so consider sizing up when ordering.
Four times stronger than leather. Superior grip with a snug fit. Sizes small through extra large. Great for food preparation or jobs with tools that require complete dexterity. Lightweight and comfortable. 100% food safe and machine washable. Works well with knives, graters, wood carving tools, and quilting rotary blades.
May work well in combination with duller knives, but sharpest knives and mandolin slicers will cut through them.
Four times stronger than leather. Superior grip with a snug fit. Provide the level of feeling you need to get the job done. Maximum breathability. Choice of small through extra large. Anti-bacterial protection. Great for cleaning fish, mandolin slicers, and knives.
Not recommended for large machine operation. They do not prevent direct-point punctures.
Single glove. Protects your hand from scrapes and cuts. Comfortable fit with cotton glove inside stainless steel glove. Unique nylon belt design and metal button decoration. Adjustable buckle. Good for butchers, rotary workers, fishermen, and cooks. Protects against cuts and slices, but not chopping action.
May shed wires, so inspect closely before using for food preparation.
Made of 100% DuPont Kevlar cut resistant fiber. Coated with blue latex on palm, fingertips, and thumb. Offers tensile strength and cut puncture protection. Great for cutting work and glass handling. Choice of sizes. Kevlar provides cut and slash resistance. Latex protects palms from punctures and abrasions. Great for industrial work where you need both safety and a good grip.
Bulky enough to make precision tasks awkward. Not as much protection on the top of the hand.
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For heavy-duty work with dangerous tools, a pair of cut-resistant gloves can be an important piece of safety equipment. Cut-resistant gloves often come with a non-stick surface on the palm to aid with gripping. These gloves range in the level of protection offered. You can purchase a stainless steel glove or kevlar glove if you plan to work with heavy equipment. Other cut-resistant gloves are designed with lighter weight materials that are more practical for home, kitchen, or outdoor protection. These lighter weight gloves still provide a good level of cut prevention for work with sharp knives. Balance bulk with protection when making a choice on the best cut-resistant gloves to meet your needs.
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