Leather Gloves

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Leather work gloves provide protection against various hazards and are effective at protecting against heat and cold, making them suitable for use in extreme temperatures. Protect your hands from cuts, abrasions and burns with our full selection of leather gloves from PIP, MCR Safety, Chicago Protective Apparel and more!

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What are leather work gloves?

Leather work gloves are gloves made from various types of leather, such as cowhide or goatskin, that are designed for use in a variety of industries, such as construction, manufacturing, and agriculture. They provide protection against hazards such as cuts, abrasions, punctures, and heat, while also offering durability and comfort. Leather work gloves come in various styles and sizes, and can be used for a wide range of applications.

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What materials are commonly used for leather work gloves, and which is the most durable?

Cowhide is the most commonly used material, as it is highly durable and offers excellent protection against cuts and abrasions.

What hazards do leather work gloves protect against?

Leather work gloves protect against various hazards, including cuts, abrasions, punctures, and heat.

Are there any safety standards or regulations that leather work gloves should meet?

Yes, leather work gloves should meet safety standards such as ANSI/ISEA 105-2016 or EN 388:2016 to ensure adequate protection against hazards.

How can I maintain the quality of my leather work gloves?

To maintain the quality of your leather work gloves, it is recommended to clean them regularly, avoid exposing them to extreme temperatures or moisture, and store them in a cool, dry place when not in use.

Can leather work gloves be used in extreme temperatures?

Yes, leather work gloves can be used in extreme temperatures, as they provide insulation against both heat and cold. However, it is important to choose gloves that are appropriate for the specific temperature range and to take breaks as needed to prevent overheating or cold-related injuries.

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