Gloves: Molds are dipped directly into the glove
material, giving the wearer maximum dexterity. Offered
unlined or flocklined with cotton or rayon polyester
for improved comfort. Also offering examination and
disposables both powder free and lightly powdered
Gloves: A jersey or interlock knit inner liner covers
the mold, which is then dipped into the glove material.
This absorbent liner provides improved comfort during
wear and adds strength and durability to the glove.
Beaded Cuff: Offers drip protection for the forearm
and increased glove strength when donning. Featured
on nitrile and latex examination gloves.
Cuff: Offers additional length to trough, to protect
from runoff and drips. Featured on latex, canners and
Cuff: Used on unsupported and supported chemical
resistant gloves, this style offers improved edge grip
for ease of donning and glove removal.
Cuff: Also called a band top, this style helps protect
from wrist injury, increases hand ventilation during
wear, and speeds removal. Used on our rubber coated
interlock lined gloves.
Wrist Cuff: Holds glove firmly to the wearer's wrist.
Improves fit and reduces glove slippage. Slows glove
removal somewhat. Featured on our coated machine knits.
Cuff: Offers easy donning and removal by standing
away from the wrist. No seam between glove and cuff.
Featured on our nitrile cut and sewn gloves.