Vgo... Vgo 5-Pairs Winter Freezer Work Gloves
The laminated polyester seamless thicker liner provides hands the comfort and keeps warm from a cold condition
These work gloves are just what the doctor ordered for cold-weather work. The thick foam latex coating is warm, flexible and doesn't slip, which is especially important if you're constantly working outdoors in wet conditions. The wrist design provides extra comfort, and these gloves are certified to meet REACH standards, so they're safe. The gloves are also machine washable, making them easy to clean. The gloves are thick enough to provide good insulation against cold, and the extra layers of latex also absorb sweat, making them comfortable to wear in warmer conditions as well. The gloves are a little long, so they're a little difficult to put on, but you can easily roll them up and store them in your pocket once they're on. The gloves are a little difficult to fold for storage, but they'll fit easily in a small cargo pocket or backpack.
Wells Lamont Men's FX3 Extreme Blue Dexterity Winter Work Gloves
WATER-RESISTANT SYNTHETIC PALM - Synthetic leather palm provides excellent abrasion, puncture and tear resistance
The gloves don't come with a suede palm patch, as pictured, but they do provide a fair amount of grip. The palms are reinforced with synthetic leather, which gives them a sturdier feel, and reinforced fingers give them more durability. The gloves aren't as warm as our previous pick, the Ansell 71-840, which also has a suede palm patch, but they provide enough warmth for most winter conditions. The gloves run slightly large, so we recommend sizing down one size, and they also have a slightly stiff feel. The gloves don't have much padding, and they feel thin, but the thinness is an advantage when you use them for touchscreen activities. The gloves have an adjustable wrist closure, so they're easy to put on and take off. The gloves have an adjustable wrist closure, so they're easy to put on and take off. The gloves are decently waterproof, so you won't have to worry about getting them wet, but they're not totally waterproof, so some light rain may sneak in.
Men's Heavy Duty Leather Winter Work with Gloves Thinsulate Insulation (Wells Lamont 5127XL)
COMFORTABLE FIT: Fleece-lined, Gunn cut and winged thumb provide comfy, flexible fit
The Lamont 5127XL Men's Heavy Duty Leather Winter Work Gloves with Thinsulate Insulation are our favorite winter work gloves because they're made of thick, tough, and abrasion-resistant pigskin leather, and they offer plenty of insulation, with a 100-gram 3M Thinsulate liner. The gloves also have an extra-long knit wrist, which seals out cold elements so your hands stay warm. The gloves' thick leather construction makes them less comfortable than some of the other winter gloves we tested, but they're also very heavy-duty and well suited to hard manual labor, such as shoveling snow. The Lamont 5127XL Men's Heavy Duty Leather Winter Work Gloves with Thinsulate Insulation have a tight fit, so some people (like us) may find them a bit restrictive. They're also a bit pricier than some models we tested, but they're worth the extra expense if your hands are always cold and in need of extra warmth.
Schwer 2.0 Flexible Winter Work Gloves for Men 100% Waterproof Gloves Work Double Latex Coated for Outdoor Cold Weather at -58℉
Insulated Work Gloves with Super Grip The palm coating provides a firm grip in both dry and wet conditions.The insulated work gloves have an acrylic liner and double-dipped PVC coated foam grip on fingers, palms, and knuckles.
The Schwer 2.0 Winter Gloves are a good fit for anyone who needs some cold weather protection. The gloves are waterproof, so that's great if you need to shovel snow, and the interior lining is fleece, so they're comfortable on cold days. The gloves are also extremely flexible, so they're good for winter work. The palms are dipped into latex, which repels water and snow, and the gloves are very warm, so they're good for winter work. The gloves are insulated, so they're good for winter work, and they also have a double-layer waterproof design. The gloves are also incredibly comfortable, and they come in a variety of sizes, so they're a good choice for men, women, and children. The only downside is that the gloves sometimes run small, so if you're buying gloves for cold weather work, be sure you order a size larger than you normally would.
Wells Lamont Men's Insulated HydraHyde Leather Water-Resistant Palm Winter Work Gloves
RANGE OF USES - Designed for a jack-of-all-trades kind of guy, these gloves are suited for Construction, Maintenance, Cold Weather Jobs, DIY Projects, and More!
The Lamont Men's Insulated HydraHyde Winter Work Gloves are well-made and well-insulated winter gloves. They offer excellent dexterity and are surprisingly comfortable even when worn for long periods of time. They're warm enough to be suitable for cold-weather work, but they're also fairly lightweight, so they don't feel heavy or bulky in cold hands. They have a great, soft feel, and the soft, waterproof goatskin palm feels nice and comfortable. The Lamont gloves are constructed with stretchable, water-resistant spandex backs and padded palms, so they are flexible enough to be comfortable when wearing for extended periods, and they don't bunch up or slide off your hands. The Lamont gloves are water-resistant, so they'll keep your hands dry in light rain, and there's also an insulated liner so your hands will be warm even in very cold conditions. The Lamont gloves also have an extra-long cuff, so they'll keep snow and cold air out of your hands. Overall, these gloves are well-made, comfortable, and reasonably priced. They're a good value for cold weather work, and they're even suitable for cold weather driving.
PROGANDA Waterproof Winter Work Gloves Superior Grip Thermal Warm Outdoor for Cold Weather Ice Snow Garden Car Multi-Purpose
MULTI-PURPOSE COLD WEATHER GLOVESThe waterproof winter work gloves are flexible and comfortable warm. Perfect for a variety of indoor and outdoor activitiessuch as riding, driving, hiking, gardening, construction, utilities, maintenance, freezer stocking, dealing with snow or ice, and any other occupation where cold conditions are a factor. 1 pair in a package, in size 9 for Medium size hands.
The Winter Work Gloves from Ibex are a great value. They cost more than many other winter gloves, but they provide superior warmth, better grip, and much better waterproofing than most of the winter gloves we tested. The gloves are comfortable to wear, and they have plenty of room in the hand. The latex coating on the palm provides good grip, and while the gloves are waterproof, they're not quite waterproof enough to ride in a kayak or canoe. The liners are warm, and the gloves are long enough to cover most of your wrist. The liners are not waterproof, but the gloves are. The gloves are also fairly breathable, so you won't feel sweaty after working outside in winter temperatures. The gloves are reinforced at the thumb, for extra protection, and the gloves have a reflective strip on the palm. The Winter Work Gloves from Ibex are an excellent choice for cold-weather work, and at $29.99, they're one of the least expensive waterproof winter gloves available.
DS Safety Men’s Waterproof Thermal Work Winter Gloves Orange Size X-Large
WIDE RANGE OF APPLICATIONS: Our insulated work gloves are ergonomically designed to provide great comfort and effective fatigue relief. Suitable for a variety of indoor and outdoor work such as light metal processing, handling small oily parts and components, paint and gardening, micro-engineering, processing small castings, parts assembly, other automotive applications, construction work, carpenters, etc.
These DS Safety work gloves are a good value for the money. They offer excellent waterproofing, heat retention, and dexterity for the price. The gloves are surprisingly warm, although our winter tests showed that they weren't quite warm enough to handle extreme cold. The gloves are light, and they do become a bit uncomfortable after wearing them for more than an hour. The gloves are easy to clean, and they dry quickly. The gloves also provide a good grip, so your hands will not slip on ice, snow, or wet concrete. The gloves are also relatively comfortable, but they can be slightly uncomfortable after wearing them for several hours.
OriStout Winter Work Gloves for Waterproof Men and Women
Highly Versatile - Ideal for work outside in a cold climate or inside a refrigerated warehouse. Suitable for cold storage facility, utilities, agriculture, fishing, construction, outdoor winter activities and recreation.
The OriStout Winter Work Gloves are well-constructed, waterproof gloves that are good for winter work. The gloves' main selling point is their waterproof, windproof design, which keeps them dry and comfortable in cold weather. The gloves' latex coating is also highly grippy, making work tasks like handling scrap metal and other cold-weather tasks much easier. The gloves also have double coating palm and fingers, so they remain highly dexterity, so you can still feel things with your fingers when viewing items with your fingertips. The gloves' thermal insulated design keeps your hands warm, so they are comfortable all day. The gloves' inner polyester brushed liner also keeps your hands warm, and the outer polyester shell helps wick moisture away from your hands, so your hands stay dry. The gloves' small fit makes it difficult to get the gloves on, and the small fit also means the gloves aren't particularly warm. But, for moderate cold-weather work, the gloves are a good choice.
Wells Lamont FX3 Men's Extreme Extra Dexterity Wear Winter Work Gloves
WATER-RESISTANT SYNTHETIC PALM - Synthetic leather palm provides excellent abrasion, puncture and tear resistance
The FX3 Men's Extreme Dexterity Extra Wear Winter Work Gloves are the warmest, most comfortable gloves we tested. They're thick, warm, and breathable, with reinforced leather palms, and textured fingertips for touchscreen controls. They're also water-resistant, with 3M Thinsulate insulation, and, thanks to their extra wide design, they're extra comfortable. These gloves are cut a little bit wider than most, so they're not as snug as the medium or small sizes, but they're more than big enough to fit over bulky work boots. They're only recommended for light duty work, because the thicker material makes them less flexible, and they're not as durable as some of the other gloves we tested.
Loccef Loccef 2 Pairs Winter Gloves Work for Men and Women
SUPERIOR GRIP and EXCELLENT DEXTERITY:This cold weather work gloves protect all-around of your hands, the unique two-layer coating that provides excellent grip in both dry and humid conditions, and the palm part design ensures greater non-slip, easy to use, comfortable use while reducing errors and maximizing your work efficiency.
These winter work gloves are the ideal choice for workers operating in cold, wet, or harsh conditions. They're designed for all types of winter work, from construction to agriculture, and feature nylon-coated seams and a fleece lining to keep your hands warm and comfortable in sub-freezing temperatures. The gloves are insulated, with 1.5-inch thick insulation, so they not only keep your hands warm, but also keep your hands dry. The gloves are waterproof, and feature an anti-slip grip, so you won't have to worry about slipping and falling. The gloves have a flexible design, so they're comfortable to wear during your entire shift. These winter work gloves are a great all-around choice, and at less than $30, they're affordable, too.