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Welding Gloves

Which welding glove fits your needs best?

A variety of mig and tig welding gloves are available for welders. I have several pairs I use for different jobs. Sometimes the right set of welding gloves is a matter of taste, and in other cases, just a matter of good sense. I'll go over some welding glove options here.

When you find welding gloves you like, I recommend you get at least three pairs. They can get burned or ragged pretty quickly. Even good ones can get damaged in hard, hot work. Protection is your first priority when it comes to selecting a welding glove, but fit is nearly as important. If your welding gloves don't fit, you aren't going to draw a good bead.

Grizzly H3157 Deluxe Welding Gloves

One size fits all Top-grain leather gloves protect against welding hazards. Extra-long to protect wrists and forearms. With you working to throw sparks, protection up your forearms is a big help.

Mig/Tig Welding Gloves

Smooth, double-tanned select leather. One-piece palm and thumb. Split leather, bell cuff, triple-stitched tab. These welding gloves come in large. I like them for my hand size.

Goatskin Tig Leather Welder w/ Safety Cuff Gloves.

These are excellent welder's  gloves. Sold by the dozen, they are more for a shop or someone who intends to only buy his welding gloves every once in a while. Smooth, double-tanned select leather. One-piece palm and thumb. Split leather, bell cuff, triple-stitched tab. Size Large.

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