Whatever the weather throws at you, you can trust our insulated gloves to deliver tough protection against not just the elements but all the regular hazards you face on the job, too – all while combining exceptional comfort, dexterity, and fit better than anyone else on the market.
These aren’t your average winter gloves. We’ve packed in the same technology you know and love that put us on the map for hazard protection – superior grip, industry-leading cut protection, back-of-hand impact guards, and more – to protect against more than just the cold.
Worker comfort in the cold is affected by several outside factors that aren’t addressed by temperature ratings. That’s why we rely on a tried-and-true baseline for measuring thermal properties called the C-L-O, or CLO, rating system. For context, zero CLO corresponds to an unclothed person.
Our two Thinsulate™ liner options, C40 and C100, help trap and hold body heat, all without the bulky feel of traditional glove layering in the cold. To understand just how warm yet lightweight, powerful yet thin this insulation material is, we look to CLO.
The right thermal protection is key, but keeping hands warm, dry, AND dexterous can be tricky. Sort through the cold weather liners below to see which one aligns with your environment and activity level.
Ideal for cool temperatures
When temperatures are just starting to drop, light thermal liners are a great starting point for applications that only need occasional warmth or for cooler indoor workspaces.
Ideal for cold temperatures
C40 Thinsulate™ is an ultra-thin, high-activity liner designed to prevent overheating for hands frequently in motion, perfect for most cold conditions in the United States.
Ideal for freezing temperatures
C100 Thinsulate™ performs well in more extreme conditions where extra warmth is needed in lower temperatures, such as those found in parts of Canada, North Dakota, and Alaska.
Ideal for wet and cold temperatures
Breathable and waterproof, our H2X® liner adds additional insulation from cold, wet environments, all while locking in warmth and keeping hands effortlessly dry.
When your warm breath and body heat collide with a cold climate, safety glasses can fog up in an instant. But not with our permanent anti-fog coatings. Chemically engineered to NOT wash off, choose from two specialized coatings to protect against moderate to heavy fogging on the job.