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Do Glove Liners Really Make a Difference When Working in Cold Environments?

RefrigiWear’s products are designed to give our customers the most flexibility. We love making insulated clothes that you can mix, match and layer however you need them. One especially important way we deliver on this commitment is with our durable and long lasting glove liners.

Why Should You Use Glove Liners?

Glove liners are a simple idea with a ton of great uses. They’re smaller, thinner liners that you can slip inside a pair of bigger gloves to give you better protection and warmth. Some styles have extra added features that can also help improve your performance and overall work efficiency. Whatever you need from your gloves, a great pair of glove liners can help you get it.

  • First off, it’s incredibly important to have reliable hand protection when you’re working. Some sources say that close to 20 percent of all on the job accidents involve a worker’s hands. That can lead to big problems, like serious injuries that make you unable to work. You never want to get caught without the right hand protection on the job, so make sure your gloves are outfitted with the liners they need.
  • Glove liners are great for areas where fully insulated gloves are too warm for work during the day but are still necessary in the morning and evening. Liners are easy to slip into your gloves for extra warmth. Then, just slip them back out when the temperature rises, and you’re good to go again.
  • Many kinds of glove liners can give your existing gloves extra features. That includes liners with moisture-wicking action to keep your skin warm and dry and cut resistant liners to keep your hands safe from blades and other sharp objects.
  • Glove liners are cost-effective and sold in bulk, so you can easily outfit your whole warehouse with just one or two orders.

RefrigiWear Glove Liners

If you’re thinking that a good pair of glove liners could be what you need, our RefrigiWear glove liner models are your best option. We’ve got one of the widest ranges in the workwear industry that offer durability and comfort.

The RefrigiWear Wool Glove Liners are our classic option, and when you put them on, you’ll see why! Their ragg-wool/nylon blend is the gold standard for cozy but flexible insulation, and the extended knit wrists help you cover up the gaps between your gloves and your sleeves.

For serious cold, you need serious liners like the Heavyweight Knit Glove Liners. These brushed terry liners give you the warmth you need and they fit well under several different kinds of hand protection, including leather gloves and mittens.

The Stretch Wool Glove Liners use a wool-synthetic blend to make a stretchier, more flexible glove that’s perfect for detail work. They slide right into most sizes of glove and stretch to fit your hands, making them among our most comfortable options.

When you’re on the job in the cold, it’s crucial to keep your sweat from cooling on your skin. That’s where the Thermax Glove Liner comes in, with its moisture-wicking design that draws sweat away from your skin and keeps you dry and more comfortable.

Our Permaknit Cut Resistant Glove Liners are ideal for food service, livestock processing and other jobs that use sharp objects in cold temperatures. These gloves are created with a cut-resistant 13-gauge knit, making them ANSI certified to give you great protection against blades and FDA compliant for food safety.

Keep in mind that we offer volume discounts on many of these models and that most have to be bought in quantities of 12—so pick up a couple of pairs for yourself and pass the rest around.. When you need just the right level of warmth for your gloves or you want to add more features to your favorite pair, choose RefrigiWear glove liners. We’ll give you a just-right fit and better warmth than any other glove liner you can find.