Youngstown's Cut and Puncture Resistant Gloves


Cut Resistant

Technical work gloves designed to protect against cuts, lacerations and punctures

Youngstown’s cut and puncture resistant work gloves are a unique line of performance work gloves which are completely lined with Kevlar® fiber. Every inch of the glove — palm, top, side and cuff — is lined with Kevlar® fiber to ensure 360° of protection. This is a key differentiator of Youngstown’s cut resistant gloves as there are competitors in the marketplace which only protect a section of the glove, instead of the entire glove. At Youngstown, we protect all parts of your hand. All of our cut resistant and puncture resistant gloves are tested to the most current national standards.

Youngstown Glove has been a partner of Kevlar® since 2005. We are the recipient of three DuPont™ Innovation awards for bringing to market unique glove designs featuring Kevlar®. Our leather goods feature 100% Kevlar® fiber which not only adds the cut and puncture resistance but it also adds flame resistance to the product. On our synthetic gloves, we use a Kevlar® blend to increase comfort for the wearer where 'flame resistance' isn’t required.

Kevlar® is a unique fiber that comes in many forms and is used in various applications from cut resistant gloves to military helmets, body armor and mass transportation. Kevlar® offers remarkable strength even it its lightweight fabric nature. It is flame resistant, self extinguishing, cut resistant, heat resistant, comfortable and washable. All of these properties are inherent in the material and do not degrade over time.

Dare Bigger™ with Kevlar®

Youngstown constructs our Kevlar® lined gloves in a much different way than our competitors to ensure the lining doesn’t move and the glove gains overall strength and durability. Our competitors simply sew a liner into the fingertips and cuff of their gloves. This allows for the liner to slide around and occasionally pull out completely. At Youngstown, we affix the Kevlar® to the glove materials and then sew this combo into our ergonomic pattern. This reinforces the seams strength and all areas of the glove while also eliminating any chance of liner sliding. This Youngstown method is much more complex and time consuming to produce but the infield results prove it is well worth the extra effort.


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