USED BY PROFESSIONALS the proven design has been used by professionals for almost a decade.
The Lincoln Electric Grain Leather TIG Welding Gloves are an upgrade from our former top pick, the Miller Welders' Gloves, and they come highly recommended by welders. The Grain Leather gloves are constructed of a soft, lightweight leather hand with 3 part sewn fingers, and 4 inch leather cuff that provides excellent abrasion resistance. The gloves also feature a soft leather palm and knuckle padding, which provides excellent protection from sparks and flames, and an additional piece of leather sewn into the thumb to improve durability. The gloves are well made, durable, and have great dexterity, making them ideal for TIG welding. The gloves are slightly more expensive than Miller Welders' Gloves, but they come with a one-year manufacturer warranty, while Miller Welders' Gloves come with a 90-day warranty. The Lincoln Electric Grain Leather TIG Welding Gloves are hands-down the best welding gloves we've tested, and we highly recommend them.
Kevlar sewn for added seam strength
Tillman 1338 Top Grain Goatskin TIG Welder Gloves are one of the best welding gloves on the market. These gloves are built to last, and they've proven themselves in the field. The goat'skin leather is durable and abrasion resistant, and the bottom of the glove is coated in a thick layer of protective leather called "glide patch." This glide patch protects the side of the glove when dragging a welding gun, and the reinforced thumb area adds strength to a key stress area. In addition, the gloves have a straight thumb design, which makes it easier to grip the welding gun.
MAXIMUM DEXTERITY - Soft grain leather construction for optimal hand flexibility and feel. Three piece finger structure increases control and grip while the keystone thumb design improves ergonomics and comfort.
These gloves are designed for TIG welding, and Lincoln Electric says they're ideal for welding aluminum, steel, stainless steel, and cast iron. They fit easily over work gloves, and since our test pair were size medium, they fit me just fine. The gloves are heavy, which isn't necessarily a bad thing, because heavier gloves provide greater protection, and these gloves definitely do. The leather is thick, and it feels durable. The gloves are well-constructed, and they feel as comfortable as work gloves, but because they're leather gloves, they're a little warmer than work gloves. The gloves also look industrial, and they're comfortable to wear. The gloves' palm is padded, and they feature extra padding on the thumb and index finger, and they're reinforced at multiple high wear points. The gloves feature thin knit cotton top hand liners, which increase heat resistance, improve comfort, and extend the life of the gloves. The gloves' unlined bottom hand maximizes dexterity.
COMFORTABLE: Light-weight grain goat skin palm provides dexterity, comfort, protection and durability
The Intra-FIT TIG Welding Gloves from InterTool are great gloves for TIG welding. They're made of premium grain goat leather, which is much softer and more flexible than cowhide. The gloves have foam padding in the palms for extra comfort, and Kevlar stitching at the thumb and fingertips add extra durability. They're also heat-resistant, so they're suitable for TIG welding, steel casting, and stainless steel welding. The gloves havepadded finger and hand wraps, and an elastic wrist strap. The gloves are tight enough to provide a firm grip, but they're not tight enough to feel restrictive or cause fatigue. The gloves are a little on the expensive side, but they offer a lot of value, and they provide a great grip and a lot of heat resistance.
Premium grain kidskin offers soft and supple comfort and excellent dexterity
Revco's BSX gloves are among the best welding gloves we've tested. They're comfy, durable, and well-suited for welding. The gloves have a lightweight, breathable design, and it's comfortable to wear them for hours. The grain leather construction feels soft to the touch, and the stitched-on Kevlar fiber adds extra durability. The gloves also have grabby, textured palms, and rubber-coated fingertips and T-shaped tips. The gloves have excellent arc resistance, and the padded, cushioned knuckles and fingertips offer protection for your hands. The gloves are a little large, so they're best for adult hands. They're also quite expensive, but we think they're worth it.
The Revco T50-XL X-Large Tigster Ultimate TIG Welding Glove is hands-down the most comfortable TIG glove we tested. It holds its shape well, and feels as comfortable as gloves used to be. The palm is reinforced with a strip of Kevlar stitched to the leather, and it's reinforced with a layer of rubber along the thumb and index finger. The Kevlar is thin, but surprisingly effective. The glove's design uses keystone thumb technology, in which the thumb is designed to prevent chafing. It's designed to provide a more ergonomic fit without sacrificing protection. The glove is also flame resistant, so you can weld without worry. The Revco T50-XL X-Large Tigster Ultimate TIG Welding Glove is also comfortable for welding with. Though it has a thick, stiff leather palm, the glove's overall design makes it feel light. These gloves are expensive, but for TIG welding, they're the best we've ever used.
YESWELDER 12 Inches 482℉ Grain Leather TIG Welding Specific Gloves Heat/Fire Resistant Gloves for Welder
Versatile Weld Gloves: Professional welding glove specially used for TIG welding.Also applicable to stick welding(SMAW), low-power MIG welding or MIG welds on small parts that require greater precision. Idea for barbecue, grill, smoker, oven, baking, gardening
When we chose the best TIG welding gloves, we were looking for gloves that could withstand high temperatures and could handle most TIG welding tasks. These gloves are comfortable to wear and have a smooth, flexible feel. The welted fingers protect stitches and add durability, and the goatskin gloves are both tough and flame resistant. Although these gloves aren't as thick or robust as our other picks, they're comfortable enough to wear all day. They're also impressively lightweight, which makes it easy to wear multiple pairs at a time. The gloves are 12 inches long, which helps prevent your forearms from open flames and welding sparks and sharp objects. The gloves' extra-reinforced wear points also help prevent fatigue. The gloves' shirred wrists are sewn with elastic to keep out grinding debris. The gloves' gauntlet-style cuffs easily accommodate fire-resistant sleeves and jackets. The gloves' open cuffs make it easy to do high-velocity welding. These gloves are not insulated, but they're comfortable enough to wear in cold temperatures, and they're good for welding in bad weather. The gloves are sized generously, so they offer plenty of hand protection.
Keystone thumb for comfortable fit
The FOOWOO Goatskin TIG Welding Gloves with Kevlar thread offer excellent protection from sparks and abrasion, and the combination of goatskin leather and Kevlar thread makes them especially tough and durable. They also have a snug fit, which means that they don't slip off your hands. The gloves have straight thumbs that are longer than average, which helps with dexterity. The gloves were easy to put on and take off, and they offer good protection against burns and scrapes. They're also easy to store, and the gloves are thin enough to fit inside a toolbox. The FOOWOO Goatskin TIG Welding Gloves with Kevlar thread are a good all-purpose pair of welding gloves for professionals, but they're not suitable for extremely hot tasks.
This Miller Arc Armor TIG welding helmet is heavy duty, and it also offers some nice features. The helmet is light, weighing just 3 pounds, and it also has a carrying pouch. The helmet has a clear view window, so you'll be able to see everything you're doing. The helmet has an aluminium face plate and a durable outer shell, so it's very impact resistant. The helmet is IPX3 waterproof, which means you can wear it in light rain or snow. The helmet has a dial adjustment system, so you can adjust the field of view and the position of the mask. The mask is adjustable, so you can wear it over your right or left eye. The helmet is (1) USB chargeable, so you won't have to worry about replacing batteries. The helmet also comes with an app, which you can download from the Apple or Google Play store. The app allows you to control several functions, such as the brightness of the screen, the lighting of the torch, and the settings. The app also has an emergency setting, so if you're welding outside and someone steps into your welding area, you can dial 9-1-1 using the app, and the welding helmet will alert you with a loud alarm. The helmet also offers (2) lens protection, so if you're welding in bright sunlight, you'll still be able to see what you're doing. The helmet also has a locking cable, so you won't have to worry about losing your cable.