Church gloves have always been a popular sought after item at GO Gloves.
As a matter of fact, we have many types which often surprise customers.
These include standard white models, usher gloves, deacon gloves, and bell choir gloves.
You can order just in time for Easter.
A great remedy for winter chapped hands.
#CM-100 – GO White Cotton Moisturizing Gloves
- 100% Pure Cotton Slip-on Style
- Assists in the absorption of creams and ointments
There are many glove terms used when talking about Donald Trump. Things like how his opponents in the Presidential primaries treat him with kid gloves. Then there are comments claiming he has taken his gloves off against another. To me, it’s all about his doormen who use our gloves. As a matter of fact, we even feature the Trump Group as a Featured Customer on our Home Page.
The Trump Group has been a long time customer of ours and purchases our Doormen Gloves for all of their high-end luxury hotels, properties, and apartment buildings.
I know for a fact that they buy from us for our high quality, broad selection, and seasonal options but it would sure be nice if our White Gloves made it to the White House.
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We recently added two new Radwear HI-Vis Gloves to our extensive line of High visibility Gloves.
Both models are modestly priced and we also offer Police Department Case Pricing.
Our Christmas shipping deadlines for domestic shipments have been posted on our home page at Gloves-Online.
Remember, gloves are ideal stocking stuffers. You may also want to consider giving gift certificates from GO Gloves and you don’t have to worry about guessing the size or color. Gift certificate link.
One of most popular winter activity gloves are now back in stock for the winter.
Although the gloves were originally designed as a low cost Ski gloves, they are also used for many winter activities. They are very rugged and durable yet have the dexterity required in a Ski glove.
- Durable pigskin leather outwears regular cowhide and fabric gloves.
- Extra HEATKEEP thermal lining for those exceptionally cold days.
- Reinforcing leather patches sewn with Draylon thread covering the plam area and fingers for extra abrasion resistance.
- Knit wrist keeps out cold and snow.
- Pigskin breathes so the gloves will dry soft after getting wet.
- Featured in Ski Magazine.
The simple answer is BOTH! But we call them Strong Cowhide FencingGloves which are popular among construction workers and ranchers.
However, one of our customers, the Alligator Farm Zoological Park, uses them on their zip line and challenge course which traverses over the zoo and alligators. The park’s guests have been using these gloves (since 2011) to hand break on the zip lines for their durability. Also, since the gloves are completely made from leather (not synthetic) they are safer if consumed by an alligator.
Finally, ATG, the manufacturer of the popular G-Tek line of coated gloves, has introduced its NEW Maxiflex Cut, cut resistant gloves. A cut resistant glove that’s still super thin, flexible, dexterous and comfortable.
See them at the following link and order some today at our special introductory price.
MaxiFlex Cut Gloves
Glove Cut Resistant Standard – EN388
A few years ago I wrote about this issue and due to the increase in newer cut resistant gloves, I thought it would be helpful to post this information again. Actually, it was one of my most read posts since my blog was started in 2008.
Work glove hand protection standards have existed for years but most users fail to pay attention to the ratings. Specifically cut resistance. Both the ANSI (American National Standard Institute) and the EU (European Union) have hand protection selection criteria.
Although the criteria between both is very complex, I prefer seeing the EU – EN388 symbol since it rates the gloves for abrasion, blade cut, tear, and puncture resistance. ANSI doesn’t have a single symbol covering these categories. However, in situations requiring a very high level of cut resistance, you should look for gloves tested and rated under both standards since they vary on the high end in the cut resistant category.
In the EN-388 symbol (shown) you will see a number for each category. All tests are ranked 1-4 (4 being the highest level) except for the blade cut category ranking of 1-5.
I wrote an article that included this information and you can view it at this link: A practical guide to Hand Protection. You can always contact me if you have any questions or need any assistance on work glove and cut resistant glove selections.
FYI: Since the CE (EU) glove standards are mandatory in Europe and most gloves sold in North America are imported, you will see this symbol more often.
View our Cut Resistant Gloves at the following link: