Do you know the cuff of the leather gloves?
Application plays a large role in choosing a cuff style. Cuffs can add warmth, help prevent
abrasion from particles falling into the glove, increase safety by doffing when caught in a
machine and allow sleeves to be tucked.
1. Knit Cuff
Stretch-knit fabric, usually 2″ to 3″ long. Designed to protect the wrist and help prevent
particles from falling into the glove.
Ends just at the wrist with no cuff. Easy to don and doff. Typically the most economical.
Usually about 2″ long, allowing covering for the wrist. Designed with a slit at the side to
enable the wearer to throw the gloves off easily if they get caught.
Same features as the safety cuff, but longer (typically 4″ vs. 2″). Protects the forearm
and allows sleeves to be tucked into the glove.
5. Shirred Wrist
Help gather the leather at the wrist providing a more comfortable fit. Commonly found on
gloves with safety cuffs.
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