Puncture Resistant Gloves

What is Puncture Resistant Gloves

The primary purpose of designing puncture-resistant gloves is to protect your hands from being punctured by sharp objects. AIBON’s puncture-resistant gloves not only meet a variety of your requirements but also provide additional unexpected functionalities.

Below are different types of puncture-resistant gloves categorized by AIBON according to their materials. Each material offers varying levels of puncture resistance.

Automotive Gloves
Nitrile gloves

Nitrile gloves are made from synthetic rubber called nitrile. They offer better protection against sharp objects compared to regular latex gloves and provide some level of puncture resistance, although this feature is limited.

Leather Gloves
Leather gloves also offer a certain level of puncture resistance, primarily depending on the type and thickness of the leather. However, it’s undeniable that their functionality is limited, and they are not suitable for professional environments.
Fingerless Gloves

The puncture resistance of fingerless gloves largely depends on the materials used and their design concerning hand protection. However, due to the exposed fingertips, the performance of such gloves is relatively limited.

Sandy finished Nitrile Glove
Nitrile Coated Gloves
Nitrile-coated gloves offer a certain level of puncture resistance, with functionality depending on the design of their materials and coatings. Factors such as the thickness of the coating and the materials used in the inner layer are crucial.
Heated Gloves

The design of heated gloves is primarily aimed at providing warmth to the hands, but some heated gloves also offer puncture protection, depending on whether the materials of the gloves are rigid.

Latex Coated Gloves
Latex Coated Gloves
Latex-coated gloves offer some degree of puncture resistance, primarily determined by the thickness and strength of the glove material. However, their functionality is limited, so choose specialized gloves.
Glass handling glove
Cut Resistant Gloves

The design purpose of cut-resistant gloves is to protect your hands from cuts rather than solely focusing on punctures from sharp objects. Nonetheless, their puncture resistance functionality remains highly effective.

Kevlar Gloves
Kevlar gloves are specifically designed to protect against punctures and penetrations from sharp objects like needles, nails, glass shards, and similar sharp items. They are dedicated to puncture resistance.
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Uses of Puncture Resistant Gloves

The applications of puncture-resistant gloves are highly diverse, and they can be used in a wide range of scenarios. Our Aibon puncture-resistant gloves are no exception, offering multiple functionalities and suitability for various work environments, enhancing your work experience.

  • Medical and Healthcare: Primarily used for handling needles, syringes, and other sharp medical equipment, preventing accidental punctures and infections.
  • Waste Management: While handling garbage and sorting waste, they can prevent injuries from unknown sharp objects such as glass shards and metal fragments.
  • Construction and Building: At construction sites, there are many dangerous objects. Wearing gloves can prevent injuries from nails, metal pieces, and other sharp tools.
  • Agriculture and Gardening: When handling thorny flowers or herbaceous plants, wearing puncture-resistant gloves can prevent hand injuries.
  • Manufacturing: When operating sharp machine parts and tools, wearing gloves can prevent workers’ hands from getting injured.
  • Rescue and Law Enforcement: They can also be used in public services, such as rescue operations and law enforcement activities, preventing injuries from sharp objects and ensuring the safety of rescue workers and law enforcement personnel.
  • Laboratory Work: While handling hazardous chemicals and biological materials, they can protect hands from injury and ensure the safety of laboratory personnel.
  • Others: Various other applications.

How to Choose Puncture Resistant Gloves that Suit you?

Anti-puncture gloves come in various types due to the different materials used, providing a wide range of options. However, selecting the right pair for yourself can still be quite challenging. Fortunately, Aibon has listed a few criteria to help you make an informed choice.

  • First, you need to determine the specific circumstances in which you will use the gloves. The anti-puncture functionality varies with each type, so you should consider the intended purpose and usage scenarios to select the most suitable pair.
  • The next factor to consider is the quality of the gloves. How can you test the quality of anti-puncture gloves? Ideally, you should be able to see and directly test a sample. Aibon offers free samples for you to perform the necessary evaluations. If obtaining a sample is not possible, you can assess the gloves based on the certifications they have received.
  • Consider your budget. Some might think it’s best to choose gloves based on budget alone. However, if the gloves you purchase do not meet quality standards, it would be a wasted investment. Therefore, it’s important to evaluate all factors comprehensively and choose within your means.

Market Status of Puncture Resistant Gloves

Choosing the right anti-puncture gloves can provide you with an exceptional experience, offering both comfort for your hands and protection against sharp objects. This dual benefit not only enhances convenience but also reinforces the safety warnings associated with using anti-puncture gloves.

As our awareness of safety and health increases, our protective measures are being correspondingly strengthened. This heightened awareness presents a significant and serious challenge for both anti-puncture gloves and for us. However, it also signifies a growing emphasis on safety consciousness among people.

With the advent of a more diversified world, anti-puncture gloves now come with more personalized options, allowing for customization to meet individual needs. Aibon keeps pace with these changes, continually striving to meet customer demands. Customization is our best offering, granting you the power of DIY and providing you with a unique service experience.

  • Anti-puncture gloves, like other gloves, require careful maintenance and protection to prevent damage.

  • There are many tests for anti-puncture performance, but the most common one is the EU’s EN 388 test.


  • Our anti-puncture gloves are not only reasonably priced but also highly functional.


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