Winter work glove, the coated men winter work glove, which means making the glove liner thicker with the special material and the coated with latex, nitrile or PVC. Then the glove will be suitable for the cold climate and some types also can be waterproof.

We supply the main 3 types glove liner for the warm winter work gloves, the details as below :

  1. Double liner. The inner liner is acrylic terry napping loop and the outer is 15 gauge polyester or nylon. This kind of liner is the best winter work gloves liner, the lowest temperature suit can be -30℃. The coating usually can be latex sandy or nitrile sandy, the first coating is the smooth fully or half, which can be totally waterproof and oil-proof. The second coating is sandy palm or sandy thumb coated, which makes the glove have a good grip and comfortable touch in the cold climate. This kind of glove is used by the Chinese Antarctic expedition team members. It is suitable for cold and windy working environments such as industrial outdoor, offshore platforms, oil and oil production operations.

  1. Acrylic terry napping liner as the work winter gloves. This liner can be 7 gauge or 10 gauge according to clients interest. ( Acrylic, Soft to the touch, fluffy feel, bright color, best light resistance, good heat resistance, good warmth, easy to fleece)。 For the coating, acrylic only can connect with latex, latex crinkle, latex sandy, and latex foam. The coating posting can be palm coated, thumb coated and half coated. This kind glove also a very good winter work glove, which price is reasonable while the warm-keeping function not leak.

  1. The last one insulated winter work gloves liner is polyester, now most popular is the 10 gauge polyester as men’s winter work glove. (Polyester brushed, fingers are not velvet, palms are fluffed, and the pile is short). Polyester liner is the most economical type liner also the warm proof function is the worst company other liners. So it is not suitable for a very cold climate.

Thermal Hazards


Compliance covers cold working hazards such as frozen gases. Performance levels range from 0-4; the higher the number, the higher protection offered by the gloves.