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Regulator Cut-Resistant Welding Gloves

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Welding Gloves

We developed the Regulator for MIG welders working in heavy construction where sharp materials are at work. Regulator welding gloves are crafted with Durahide Boar leather, constructed with DuPont Kevlar thread, and lined with ANSI A4 cut-resistant fabric to protect working hands under the hood. Our HiRoller fingertip design repositions exposed seams to improve dexterity, durability and control.


  • Extended gauntlet cuff protects against welding slag.
  • FR Cotton lining provides added thermal protection.
  • Cut-resistant liner made with DuPont Kevlar fiber protects against punctures and lacerations.
  • Durahide Boar performance leather doesn’t dry out or crack with heat exposure.
  • Stitching with DuPont Kevlar throughout provides structural integrity and resilience under constant heat.
  • HiRoller rollover fingertip design offers welders better dexterity, durability and control.
  • Glide-resistant leather side seam reinforcement protects from surface burns while you work.
  • Comfortable Keystone thumb design gives you better control.
  • Gunn Cut glove design reduces seam usage in the palm for heavy material handling.
  • Internally reinforced fingertips provide crucial heat resistance and increased wear.


  • Abrasion Resistant
  • Cut Resistant
  • Heat Resistant

Intended Uses

  • Structural Welding
  • Welding (Mechanical)
  • Shipbuilding
  • Heavy Equipment Welding
  • Pipewelding

Welding Tom

EN 388 - Mechanical Risk

When it comes to working gloves for mechanical risks, CE standard EN 388 measures overall performance against abrasion, cut, tear, puncture and impact injuries. All of the gloves are rated based on the following levels

  • Performance Levels 0-4
  • Abrasion3
  • Blade-Cut CoupeX
  • Tear4
  • Puncture 3
  • Blade-Cut TDMC
  • ImpactNot Rated

EN 407 - Thermal Risk

EN 407 is an international glove standard that consists of 6 independent performance
tests designed to measure and define thermal resistant work gloves.

  • Performance Levels 0-4
  • Burning Behavior4
  • Contact Heat1
  • Convective Heat3
  • Radiant HeatNot Rated
  • Small Molten Drops4
  • ImpactNot Rated


These gloves have passed the following American National Standards Institute checks

  • Performance Levels 0-5
  • Abrasion4
  • Heat2
  • Puncture3
  • CutA4