Comfort & Performance


 The following factors have to be considered when determining the needed comfort:

  • Interior finish: The interior finish of the glove should be chosen based on the length of time it will be worn. For example, for long-term wear (8hrs), it will be preferable to choose a glove with textile support to limit the effects of perspiration. 
  • Suppleness and flexibility: These two characteristics are directly linked to glove thickness: the thicker a glove is, the less supple it will be. E.g. for long-term wear (8 hrs), it is preferable to choose a supple glove that will reduce fatigue in the hand.


The performance level of a liquidproof glove is directly linked to its thickness. The thicker it is, the sturdier it is; therefore, it protects for longer.