Kriss Cross’ X Grip gloves offer durability, whilst providing a comfortable and flexible fit allowing for long term wear. Kriss Cross PVC coated pattern covers the entire glove, including the thumb crotch and finger tips.
These string knit gloves are ideal for those who work in a warehouse or your job involves handling many different types of boxes and products. These types of gloves will not overheat your hands like insulated gloves as they are covered with a two sided gripping product to make handling of boxes and other items easier on your hands. These Kriss Cross gloves aren’t as expensive as other string knit gloves and are proven to alleviate hand fatigue.
Whilst typical string knit gloves can be found in full hand and fingerless options, we only stock these x grip gloves in the full hand variety. Whilst string knit gloves are ideal for workers, they can also be worn by everyday consumers.
These gloves are lightweight and help to keep the hands free from sweat. They are often coated with a type of PVC on either or on both sides of the glove to provide extra grip which may be needed, and also to help protect the hands from any kind of abrasive materials or substances that could cause an injury.
String knit gloves can also be used in conjunction with another style of glove or as the shell, offering great protection and comfort to enable the user to wear them either with or without another pair of gloves over the top.
X Grip gloves are manufactured from string knit material that is not only functional and practical but affordable too. As these gloves can be put under intense pressure everyday, depending on the environment they are used in, it may be necessary to replace them. String knit gloves are manufactured from strong polyester and cotton blend, giving these gloves grip when needed but won’t overheat the user's hands. The materials used are specifically formulated to provide superior protection when handling over materials, such as glass. They are especially useful for those who install glass and for individuals who work with glass products often, such as manufacturing or designing glass products.