Gloves The most important connection
between you and your tools is your hands; that's why Ironclad puts so much into their gloves.
Introducing a new line of Ironclad work gloves with a completely
new approach to what a work glove should be. Ironclad rethought
everything from design and functionality, to the latest materials
and processes. They studied hand biomechanics and engineered
these gloves to the wide range of hand punishing jobs you perform
each day at work. The result, a revolutionary line of task specific
gloves that let you work with the same dexterity as your bare
hand with increased resistance to abrasion and wear.
Who uses Ironclad
Gloves? Joe Nemechek,
driver of the NASCAR Winston Cup, #25 UAW/Delphi Chevrolet, likes
the Greptile gripping material system from 3M so much that he
is personally working with Ironclad on glove modifications and
improvements. "This is great," said Nemechek. "I
never thought a grip like this would be possible without getting
"too much" grip. My hands and arms get much less tired
as the race goes on than ever before. With all the shifting we
do and the grind of a 3 or 4 hour race, your hands and forearms
can really get a workout."
Hanley-Wood's Tools of the Trade magazine has recently named
Ironclad Gloves as the Editor's Choice "Tool of the Year
Award". It is the first time that the building industry's
leading tool magazine has ever named a glove as their "Tool
of the Year".