When it comes to heavy-duty work gloves, leather gloves have reigned supreme in the minds of hardworking hands. Natural hide has a high tensile strength; it becomes softer and more pliable with use, is resistant to heat, tearing, and punctures while staying warm in the winter and cool in the summer. If you work with your hands, chances are you’ve worked with a set of leather gloves. Heck, you might have a set you consider to be a relic.
Fire retardant gloves are gloves made to protect workers’ hands from getting injured or burned after coming into contact with extremely hot objects or working near flames, sparks or being exposed to extremely high-temperature factory conditions. When it comes to choosing fire resistant gloves, leather-made gloves are the obvious choice and that is for some very specific reasons which we have mentioned for you below.