Solid dip resists penetration of liquids and has an excellent dry grip.
The Mach Finish dip has a higher grip rating,
better wear resistance and more protection than
solid or foam dipped gloves.
Dotted gloves provide an extra level of grip and extra abrasion resistance when compared to standard
dipped gloves, ensuring a better user experience.
Rough finish gloves have an added level of grip and better wear resistance than solid dipped gloves.
The grip factor of etched gloves is not reduced by either wet or cold conditions.
While the wear resistance of air-injected foam may not be as high as other finish types, it offers enhanced dexterity and outstanding grip in wet/oily situations.
When compared to other foam dipped gloves,
engineered foam has an increased level of wear
resistance, good dexterity and a lower cost.
With a high degree of dexterity and grip in wet or oily conditions, New Foam Technology dipped gloves offer the user a comfortable, effective option.
A performance blended foam dip, Xtreme Foam
Technology offers excellent dexterity and grip
in wet or oily conditions.