Easily Pick Your Preferred Style of Work Gloves with Brass Knuckle’s Selector Tool or Exclusive Interactive Tool
The hand is the leading body part injured at work and treated in hospital emergency departments, with acute hand and finger injuries sending over one million workers to the emergency room annually in the United States. Brass Knuckle offers a complete line of gloves for maximum protection along with comfort and dexterity — and the company strives to make specifying gloves easier, with robust selection tools that make narrowing down glove choices a breeze.
Brass Knuckle provides two ways to find the perfect glove. An exclusive interactive tool allows you to choose gloves by type, gauge, shell, and coating. Or, use the Hand Protection Product Selector Guide and see the full line of Brass Knuckle gloves at a glance, with 15 individual characteristics that define each glove.
In its effort to help make gloves fit better, Brass Knuckle shines in the “construction of the glove.” Gloves are tested and measured against the following criteria: longer wear life, maximum dexterity, defined flex points, plus a wide range of protective features. Application-specific glove construction is critical. Brass Knuckle leads in understanding fibers, coatings, special features, and other material construction attributes that blend protection and value.
Brass Knuckle offers three signature, application-specific glove lines, with multiple gradient options within each line. SmartCut gloves are cut-resistant from ANSI cut 2 through 5 and from 12 through 18 gauge. The cut lineup includes the company’s SmartShell glove, a favorite for impact protection.
SmartSkin gloves keep hands dry from nasty and sometimes dangerous liquid hazards without compromising comfort. SmartFlex are superior general purpose gloves with construction that delivers unparalleled comfort. CleanHand disposable gloves are also available.
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