13 Best Safety Work Gloves

List Updated June 2020

Bestselling Safety Work Gloves in 2020


Superior Winter Work Gloves - Black Synthetic Leather with Neoprene for Comfort and Safety (378PLFL) – Size Large

Superior Winter Work Gloves - Black Synthetic Leather with Neoprene for Comfort and Safety (378PLFL) – Size Large
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2020

CLC 125M Handyman Flex Grip Work Gloves, Shrink Resistant, Improved Dexterity, Tough, Stretchable, Excellent Grip

CLC 125M Handyman Flex Grip Work Gloves, Shrink Resistant, Improved Dexterity, Tough, Stretchable, Excellent Grip
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2020
  • SHRINK RESISTANT: Synthetic leather provides toughness and resists shrinking/hardening. Excellent for outdoor jobs where gloves may become wet
  • COLD WEATHER INSULATION: Keep your hand and fingers warm while working in Winter conditions
  • STAYS ON: Wing closing strap prevents gloves from slipping off when they become wet from weather or sweat
  • FLEXIBLE: With stretchable spandex, and Lycra side panels for improved dexterity, these gloves will enable you to do the job without restraint
  • SNAG PROOF: Concealed inner stitching prevents gloves from snagging on wood or metal

Safety Work Gloves, Polyurethane/Nylon Palm Coated Glove Garden Builders Black (Set of 12 Pairs) (Large)

Safety Work Gloves, Polyurethane/Nylon Palm Coated Glove Garden Builders Black (Set of 12 Pairs) (Large)
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2020
  • PU coated work gloves.Available in size S/M/L.12 Pairs set.
  • These gloves are flexible fitting and comfortable with a high level of flexibility.
  • Knit gloves with black polyurethane coated palm.
  • Nylon liner provides excellent stance and dexterity
  • Ideal for carpenters, component handling, construction workers, precision works, garden work,refuse collectors, general assembly workers

Ironclad General Utility Work Gloves GUG-04-L, Large

Ironclad General Utility Work Gloves GUG-04-L, Large
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2020
  • Double stitched synthetic leather reinforcements on palm, saddle and fingers
  • Rubberized knuckle impact protection
  • Padded inner palm with Ironclad's patented flex pattern
  • Secure wrist closure
  • Machine washable

Better Grip BGWANS Safety Winter Insulated Double Lining Rubber Coated Work Gloves, 3 Pairs/ Pack (Medium, Hi-Vis Lime)

Better Grip BGWANS Safety Winter Insulated Double Lining Rubber Coated Work Gloves, 3 Pairs/ Pack (Medium, Hi-Vis Lime)
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2020
  • 3 pairs/ pack
  • Wristbands String Color May Vary
  • Slip-on fit while the micro-foam dipped latex palm provides durability and a slip-free grip.
  • No seams to irritate the hands.
  • Repels liquids and provides a firm grip in wet conditions.

Vgo 3Pairs High Dexterity Heavy Duty Mechanic Glove,Rigger Glove(Anti-vibration,Anti-abrasion,Touchscreen,Size L, Black, SL8849)

Vgo 3Pairs High Dexterity Heavy Duty Mechanic Glove,Rigger Glove(Anti-vibration,Anti-abrasion,Touchscreen,Size L, Black, SL8849)
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2020
  • Ideal for assemby, power tools, machinists,shipbuilding,construction and DIY heavy duty works
  • Synthetic leather palm with textured PVC reinforcement provides excellent durability; Padding with EVA absorbs impact and vibration; Touchscreen compatible design on thumb and index fingertips for smart phone control
  • Flexible thermal Plastic Rubber (TPR) knuckle guard and finger guards disperse impact and abrasion
  • Three dimensional hand modeling conform to ergonomics for great fit
  • CA65 approved/Comply with REACH regulation, CE certified with EN388: 3121X; Machine washable

Touch Screen Utility Gloves- Firm Grip Spandex Tool Gloves- Premium All-Purpose Gloves- High Visibility Reflective Men’s & Women’s Knuckle Tactical Gloves- Safety In Work-Military-Garden-Farm

Touch Screen Utility Gloves- Firm Grip Spandex Tool Gloves- Premium All-Purpose Gloves- High Visibility Reflective Men’s & Women’s Knuckle Tactical Gloves- Safety In Work-Military-Garden-Farm
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2020

Leather Work Gloves - Split Leather Design - Heavy Duty Industrial Safety Gloves - Fits Both Men & Women - All-Season (Summer/Winter) - Perfect for Mechanics, Welding, Gardening, Driving, and More!

Leather Work Gloves - Split Leather Design - Heavy Duty Industrial Safety Gloves - Fits Both Men & Women - All-Season (Summer/Winter) - Perfect for Mechanics, Welding, Gardening, Driving, and More!
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2020
  • HEAVY DUTY INDUSTRIAL DESIGN - 100% Split Cow Leather. Designed for Commercial and Industrial Use, Also Great For Basic Household Duties!
  • KEEP YOUR HANDS PROTECTED - Tarvol Work Gloves Keep your Hands Completely Safe & Comfortable While You Work!
  • FITS ALL SIZES - Extremely Comfortable Fit! Designed a to Fit Both Men & Women.
  • PERFECT FOR ALL TYPES OF OCCUPATIONS - Including Mechanics, Driving, Wood Cutting, Agricultural, Farming, Construction, Forklift Drivers, and More!
  • 100% MANUFACTURER MONEY BACK GUARANTEE - Tarvol Guarantees All of It's Products and Tools for Life!

[3-Pack] ILM Safety Work Gloves Ultimate Grip For Garden Fishing Electrician Automotive Kids Women Men (M, BLACK)

[3-Pack] ILM Safety Work Gloves Ultimate Grip For Garden Fishing Electrician Automotive Kids Women Men (M, BLACK)
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2020
  • PU coated palm and fingers for excellent grip
  • Breathable lightweight knitted polyester liner
  • Perfect for handling small components and carrying out precision work where dexterity required
  • Ideal for detailed assembly, packaging, light engineering, electronic, gardening and other general handling.
  • Complies with European PPE Directive 89/686/EEC

Carhartt Men's Insulated Grain Leather Work Glove with Safety Cuff, Brown, Large

Carhartt Men's Insulated Grain Leather Work Glove with Safety Cuff, Brown, Large
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2020
  • Durable cotton duck with grain cowhide palm and suede cowhide palm patches
  • Easy on safety cuff, cowhide knuckle protection, thinsulate insulation

Bowoo Cut Resistant Gloves High Elastic Level 5 Protection Kitchen Safety Work Gloves EN388 Certified for Housewife Chef Pineapple Cutter Knife Sharpner(1Pair,Medium)

Bowoo Cut Resistant Gloves High Elastic Level 5 Protection Kitchen Safety Work Gloves EN388 Certified for Housewife Chef Pineapple Cutter Knife Sharpner(1Pair,Medium)
BESTSELLER NO. 11 in 2020

CLC 124L Workright Flex Grip Work Gloves, Shrink Resistant, Improved Dexterity, Tough, Stretchable, Excellent Grip

CLC 124L Workright Flex Grip Work Gloves, Shrink Resistant, Improved Dexterity, Tough, Stretchable, Excellent Grip
BESTSELLER NO. 12 in 2020
  • SHRINK RESISTANT: Synthetic leather provides toughness and resists shrinking/hardening. Excellent for outdoor jobs where gloves may become wet
  • SOFT AND COMFORTABLE: Your project was tougher than you thought it was going to be, but not as tough as explaining your bloody knuckles. Protect yourself.
  • FLEXIBLE: With stretchable spandex, and Lycra side panels for improved dexterity, these gloves will enable you to do the job without restraint
  • STAYS ON: Elastic cuff with strap prevents gloves from slipping off when they become wet from weather or sweat
  • TOUGH JOBS: Excellent protection for construction workers, mechanics, roofers, maintenance workers

Chemical Resistant Gloves,Safety Work Cleaning Protective Heavy Duty Industrial Gloves,Natural Latex 12.2" Length Black 1 Pair Size M (Medium)

Chemical Resistant Gloves,Safety Work Cleaning Protective Heavy Duty Industrial Gloves,Natural Latex 12.2
BESTSELLER NO. 13 in 2020

Set Facebook Boundaries with Teens:One Mom's Safety Tips

When your teen asks to set up a Facebook account, there are a few things you can do to keep your child safe online while using a social media network.

I am not an expert, but simply a mother who has four of her five children on Facebook. Although I am not an "official" expert on the matter, I feel I have established some rules and boundaries with my own kids that are helpful suggestions for any parents in the same situation.

My first recommendation is to abide by the minimum age guidelines set by Facebook. A child must be at least 13 years old to set up a Facebook account according to the rules. I feel this is an appropriate age, and did not allow my sons to set up an account until they were the legitimate age. I know many younger kids are setting up accounts, who are probably doing it against their parents wishes, who might be setting themselves up for some online dangers because they are too naive to realize just how dangerous cyberspace really can be. I feel younger kids are more likely to become victims of cyber bullying or child sexual predators, which is a very scary thought. I also feel that Facebook implemented this age restriction for a reason, and it should not be ignored.

Another concern when using social media is privacy. Sit down with your child and help them set up their account. Opt for the stricter privacy settings such as not allowing anyone but friends to read their wall and personal information. Set restrictions for the information they can give out online while they are still minors. I feel there is no need to list their current town or what school they attend, because not everyone needs to know that information. Remind them to not be too telling in their profiles and mention personal details or last names.

As far as photos go, have them keep their albums private. Random strangers do not need to be viewing your child's photos. Request that they set all photo albums to "friends only", not "friend of friends" or "public". Also, remind them to be discreet with their photos. Obviously, you wouldn't want them broadcasting something suggestive or rude, but a few other things come to mind as safety concerns. I recommend never allowing photos with information such as license plate numbers, addresses, and other personal details to be posted. A photo can tell a lot, and sometimes to the wrong person, so play it safe.

Next, the friends list. Emphasize to your child that they do not need to try to set a record for acquiring the most friends on Facebook. I find it hard to believe that some oif these kids actually know 4,000 people personally, let alone are truly ' friends' with them. Ask that they only accept requests from people they truly know personally, and whom they trust. Family members and close friends and acquaintances should be the only people added. Remind them that some people may not have honorable intent when sending a friend request, and may only be trying to gain information or get "dirt" to use against them for gossip or bullying purposes, or sometimes, even worse motives.

So now that you've set these boundaries, how can you know for certain that your child will follow them? That's actually easier than it sounds. Insist that they add YOU as a friend. Are they going to whine and moan about this at first? You betcha! But, tell them it's this way or it's a deal breaker, and no Facebook account until they agree.

All of my sons are my Facebook "friends", and it's actually worked out quite nicely. I don't just go snooping through their profiles and photos, but will occasionally check on my son's account who is still a minor . Most of the time I simply see their updates on my home page and may comment on something. I've actually had some pretty interesting and sometime hilarious thread going with my sons and their fellow Facebook friends. In fact, many of my sons' actual childhood friends have sought me out to add me as a friend on FB. This makes me feel good and very positive about the Facebook experience.If your children are cool with the fact that mom or dad can see what's listed on their wall, or in their posts, then I feel it improves the lines of communication. It also gives the parent and child a chance to build some trust. You are trusting them to follow the rules you've set, and you're able to watch and see that this is actually the case.

One thing to remember is not to be a nag about every little thing someone may write on their wall, or that your child may make a comment on. Obviously, if it's totally offensive and inappropriate, confront them in person about it, but please do not reprimand them on FB "in front of" everyone on their friends list. That can be humiliating for a child and really set them up to be "playground victim " material. Can you even imagine all the " your mommy said...." reactions your child would likely face the next day? Keep in mind that kids are kids, and they will, and do speak accordingly. You might cringe at a few words from time to time, but remember, your child needs to speak their mind or vent sometimes, and they most likely talk with their friends like this in social settings. (Remember, we were young once too!) For example, your son's friend Johnny saying a colorful word on his wall isn't worth an argument as far as I am concerned (unless of course he was being violent or threatening to him or someone else, but I am mainly referring to casual slang that most teens use).

Keep these tips in mind to help keep your child safe online. There are also many sites dedicated to the goal of keeping kids safe in cyberspace. I enjoy Facebook myself and understand the need for teens to want to have an account of their own. Just make sure they realize that you are still the parent and that certain responsibilities are involved with managing their account.

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