The Types of Gloves Available from TigerPak & Their Differences


A common misconception is that all gloves are the same, but this simply isn’t true. There are more options than people expect when it comes to protective wear for hands. The biggest difference is usually the type of material they’re made from to suit the purpose for which they’ll be used. This blog post offers more details about the types of gloves available from TigerPak Packaging and their differences.

What We Have to Offer

TigerPak Packaging has earned a reputation for stocking an extensive selection of gloves for different applications. Some of these include:

  • Leather Work Gloves – A general purpose glove that features a cotton back for comfort
  • Riggamate Gloves – A synthetic glove that provides breathability, movement and comfort
  • Rockland XU-1 Gloves – A nylon seamless shell and black crinkle latex palm provides outstanding comfort and grip, ideal for tradespeople and material handling
  • PVC Gloves – Provides hand and forearm protection from oil, grease, and chemicals
  • Poly Cotton Gloves – Boasts 7 gauge knit for strength and ventilation, suitable for packing and handling jobs
  • Hi-Vis Gloves – High visibility ensures that hands are always distinguishable in dangerous work environments
  • Black Knight Gloves – A nylon/spandex shell that repels water, provides grip in wet and dry conditions, and offers protection from oil
  • Liteflex Gloves – A seamless knitted nylon liner with a grey PU polyurethane palm that provides increased finger sensitivity for handling small and delicate parts
  • Chemical Gloves – Made from premium grade nitrile for maximum abrasion and chemical resistance
  • Green Grippa – Features a latex dipped palm with cotton shell, perfect for gripping and handling glass

Discover Our Complete Range Today

If you want to learn more about the types of gloves available at TigerPak Packaging, browse our range online or just speak to our friendly team − we’ll be happy to answer all of your questions. Contact us today by calling 1300 525 325, emailing [email protected] or enquiring online.