We understand as key suppliers of gloves that keeping your hands protected to outdoor elements poses its challenges. Here at Easy Gloves, we stock a superb selection of outdoor work gloves that offer features including: comfort, exemplary levels of protection and of course, affordability. Many of our gloves are multi-purpose, making them ideal in a plethora of wet or dry conditions. Browse our outdoor work gloves below.
Here at Easy Gloves, we recognise that if your regular workplace duties involve handling, especially during extreme winter conditions, you'll need to wear an exceptional pair of outdoor winter work gloves that offers both thermal insulation and strong levels of grip. Our outdoor winter work gloves have been developed to provide specialised protection for almost every heavy duty environment including wet, cold, windy and even sub-zero temperature conditions. The wide range of outdoor work gloves we stock varies in many outdoor applications with gloves that are waterproof, heavy duty, cut and abrasion resistant, thermal resistant and will give you peace of mind knowing that you are fully protected while you work to suit any winter environment.
For more information about our outdoor winter work gloves regarding sizing, styles and general advice, contact our highly knowledgeable and friendly team today. We're more than happy to help.
The best outdoor work gloves are the Pawa latex-coated gloves or the Pawa nitrile-coated gloves. Both provide durable, robust protection when working outdoors and protect your hands from hazards.
The Pawa nitrile-coated and latex-coated gloves are perfect for working outdoors in cold weather. Not only do these gloves protect your hands from cuts and scrapes, but also the harsh effects of cold weather.
Cold weather can have a damaging effect on the skin, causing it to become dry. It triggers the skin of those with skin conditions such as eczema, dermatitis and more. Our recommended cold-weather work gloves will keep your hands looking and feeling their best, even in cold weather.
A properly fitting glove will leave about ¼ inch of material at the end of your fingers when outstretched. A glove that's too tight will become uncomfortable and restrictive. However, loose-fitting gloves reduce your grip and the dexterity of the gloves.