Scaffolding Gloves

Here at Easy Gloves, we sell a wide range of scaffolding gloves that are expertly designed to  protect individual’s hands against abrasions, cuts, heat, tears, water, sub-zero temperatures and much more. We understand as key providers of protective gloves that scaffolding requires effective protection due to the heavy duty nature of the job. We can assure you that our scaffolding gloves are simply second to none to why not browse our range of scaffolding gloves today and find your dream protective glove.

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Scaffolding Hand Gloves

When choosing scaffolding gloves, it is imperative that the gloves offer superb levels of protection, especially against sharp or abrasive surfaces. You will need to keep your hands warm and dry in order to excel when tasked with a scaffolding job. Thankfully, our scaffolding hand gloves come in a range of waterproof, thermal insulation and excellent grip variants which are perfect for erecting and dismantling scaffolding in many construction scenarios.

Easy Gloves have the very best quality gloves to ensure productivity and safety when working within the scaffolding environment. Grip, comfort and protection from hazards when working on site for long periods should be taken seriously and the range of scaffolding hand gloves above can provide you with the exact protection you require. Choose from a superb range today. For more information about our scaffolding hand gloves regarding sizing, styles and general advice, contact our highly knowledgeable and friendly team today. We're more than happy to help!


What Gloves do Scaffolders Use?

Scaffolders use industrial gloves such as the Pawa nitrile palm-coated gloves or the Aurelia latex palm-coated gloves. These offer protection with great dexterity and flexibility. They are certain to last and can withstand even the harshest applications, perfect for scaffolders.

What Makes a Glove Grippy?

PVC or Polyvinyl Chloride is a synthetic thermoplastic polymer and one of the most common ways gloves are made grippy. This grip aims to protect the gloves against slippery surfaces and oil and grease.

Why do Scaffolders Need to Wear Gloves?

Scaffolders need to wear gloves for proper protection. Your hands should be protected with tough, tear-resistant gloves to avoid everyday cuts and scrapes that come with the job. Industrial gloves also ensure that you have a good grip when working.