Gloves By Trade
Gloves vary by how they’re made, what they’re made from, material thickness, size, grip, fit, and weight. Rule of thumb: light-weight gloves reduce fatigue and provide more finger and hand flexibility while heavier gloves are geared for heavy duty tasks where more protection is needed from cuts, burning, abrasions, and heat. If you’re working with liquids, especially chemicals, be sure to choose gloves with strong grips. And when you need disposable gloves, White Cap stocks them by the box and case.
Everyone’s favorite! A tough general-purpose long-lasting glove that handles construction, industrial, DIY, and heavy-duty tasks with excellent protection from welding sparks and moderate heat while reducing general work cuts and abrasions. Variety of styles including cuffs, hide quality, oil-resistance, heavy duty fitter and lineman options, driver-style for a snug fit, high visibility, heat resistance, and various thumb cuts to fit every task and every budget.
Popular Leather Gloves
We stock a variety of ANSI cut-rated superior coated gloves with innovative grip technologies and comfortable liners for applications including cleanrooms. Resistant to abrasions, cuts, impact, water, oil, and chemicals, our high-performance coated gloves are comfortable, come in high visibility options, electrostatic, provide high dexterity, palm-coated or total glove coated, and winter/cold adaptive with fitted cuffs.
Popular Coated Gloves
Chemical GlovesChemical-resistant gloves are specially designed to be resistant to specific chemical categories, or even a specific chemical. Specially designed and tested for explicit chemicals, these gloves are carefully manufactured with different barrier materials and thicknesses based upon their chemical use. White Cap carries a large selection of chemically resistant gloves ranging from butyl, latex, and neoprene, in lengths ranging from short splash protection (wrist length) to immersion (elbow length) gloves, and the hard-to-find gloves for sterile environments and white rooms. Some gloves offer finger grips, temperature control, extra finger dexterity, and fitted elastic cuffs. Be sure to always inspect your gloves for punctures, discolorations, and wear before using.
Popular Chemical Gloves