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How It’s Made


Design, manufacturing & assured quality

To protect the hands, it is extremely important to choose the right glove for the job on hand. Building on our long experience, advanced manufacturing technologies and particular attention to ergonomics, we propose a range of gloves specific for every type of risk.

The raw material and manufacturing process are essential in determining the protective properties of the glove. Knowing how a glove is made is of crucial importance in selecting the right glove.

The gauge of seamless gloves

Seamless gloves deliver a higher level of resistance and
comfort. How is a thinner or thicker glove made? It depends
on the number of needles per inch (25.4 mm) used in the
production process. This value is called “gauge”. In simple
terms, the higher the number of needles, the thinner the
yarn (and glove).

Applied Technologies

Uncoated seamless knitted gloves:

single piece of seamless sewn fabric

Cut and sewn uncoated gloves:

Pieces of fabric and/or leather sewn together

Coated gloves:

Seamless knitted and/ or cut and sewn gloves impregnated with various polymers

Unsupported gloves:

The glove is dipped into a tank of coating material. The inner can be flocklined or not (flocklined: the inner is coated with small fibers called “flock”)

Supported gloves:

Fabric gloves (stitched or seamless) dipped in a coating material

Applied Technologies


1. Dry or slightly wet/oily environment
2. Dry or moderately wet/oily environment
3. Wet/oily environment


manufacturing process with low environmental impact


Technology applied to coating to maximise grip and breathability reducing reducing hand’s fatigue


Innovative knitting technology to obtain a “soft shell” effect inside the glove. Using this manufacturing technology, the inner surface of the glove is knitted with 100% white HPPE yarn which offers exceptional comfort with a “silk effect” on the skin


1. Seamless knitted liner
2. Liquid-proof nitrile coating
3. Nitrile foam coating for an excellent grip in wet/oily environments


The technology that redefines the composition of high-performance technical threads for cut-resistant gloves. A unique mix of threads with high hardness and toughness. A breakthrough in protection from cuts, with unprecedented levels of dexterity and flexibility.


A revolutionary coating technology for gloves made for precision handling. A complex polymer that combines high-resistance elements with highly flexible and breathable properties. The result is an extremely durable coating which is also very thin and flexible.



Natural fiber used to manufacture knitted/fabric gloves also combined with other materials. Comfortable and hypoallergenic.


Strong, shrink-resistant synthetic fiber. Good abrasion resistance.


comfortable, light polyethylene fiber with high tear resistance (High Performance Polyethylene).


synthetic fiber with extraordinary elasticity properties (it can be stretched up to 600% before breaking).

Polyamide (nylon)

flexible, elastic synthetic fiber. Excellent abrasion resistance and high level comfort due to moisture absorption properties.


tear resistant, resistant to heat and exposure to limited flame. Sensitive to UV rays, acids and alkalis (bleach).


synthetic compound made of woven polyester fibers used to produce breathable, comfortable fabrics with good mechanical resistance.


syntethic fiber with good thermal insulation. It can be used as an alternative to wool for softness and comfort.


hard-wearing, soft and adaptable to temperature changes. It has different features according to which part of the animal’s body it is taken from. Before processing, the hide is divided in two parts: the exterior, known as “grain leather” and the interior known as “split leather”. Grain leather is smooth, flexible and resistant to humidity (this is its primary function in nature) and is the best choice to guarantee good dexterity and sensitivity. Split leather, which has a rougher surface and is resistant to heat, is used for more heavy-duty tasks and where good thermal insulation is required (e.g. welding) and in wet, greasy and oily environments for its excellent grip.

Types of coating:

Natural rubber

(NR = natural rubber). Derived from the Hevea tree, features excellent elasticity and flexibility. In chemical protection, it is used as a barrier in the presence of water-soluble substances. In mechanical protection, ensures excellent grip in dry and wet environments. It contains a potentially allergenic protein.


also called synthetic rubber (NBR = nitrile-butadiene rubber). Very resistant to puncture and abrasion, has good resistance to oils, greases, and solvents. Good grip in dry, impermeable environments. For improved grip in wet environments, can be used in the form of foam, improving elasticity, comfort and breathability.

Polyurethane (PU)

highly resistant synthetic material. Excellent breathability and elasticity for maximum comfort and dexterity. Solvent-based or water-based polyurethane (i.e. without potentially harmful and irritating solvents) can be used to manufacture gloves.


synthetic material (polyvinyl chloride) resistant to chemical substances and with excellent mechanical properties. To improve performance, knitted gloves can be coated on the palm with PVC dots to improve grip and durability.