A wide range of occupational hazards exist in agriculture, farming and ranching, necessitating an equally wide range of hand protection options.
Cut, puncture and abrasion hazards are the most common in harvesting and horticulture. Handling all manner of vegetation exposes workers mainly to tissue/skin damage, depending on the scale of the vegetation involved (trees, vines, etc.).
We have gloves for each specific hazard, and some styles that protect against all three. At the extreme end are chainsaw hazards, and the style we offer is dexterous while actually stopping a running chainsaw in its tracks.
Temperature extremes are another factor. We make a variety of glove liners for cold protection, thin enough to fit comfortably under any of the recommended styles.
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