HexArmor Catalogue - Helix
You may sometimes hear knit gloves referred to as a “13-gauge” or “18-gauge” glove. The term gauge simply refers to the size and type of needles used in a seamless knitting machine to produce a glove. The lower the gauge of a glove, the bulkier and less dexterous it is. The higher the gauge a glove is, the thinner and more dexterous and comfortable the glove can be.
Comfort and Dexterity Low
Very Good High
10G HPPE/Steel Strong, high performance polyethylene (HPPE) yarns are combined with specialty steel yarns that give gloves a certain level of toughness not found with other combinations. These high-cut materials intertwined together give gloves a high- comfort, high-performance fit. Found on the 2089.
13G HPPE/Fiberglass Fiberglass breaks down the threat of a cutting edge, and when combined with the protective cover of HPPE – a strong, composite polyethylene yarn – this knit creates a tough, mid-cut glove shell. Found on the 2085, 2086, 2087, 2088, and 2096.
13G HPPE/Fiberglass/Steel A high-performance polyethylene yarn (HPPE) and fiberglass blend combined with steel yarn provides a high-cut knit material with the toughness of steel without compromising dexterity. Found on the 2070.
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