11-001 13 gauge polyester latex coated glove
- Style No.: 11-001
- Liner Material: White polyester
- Liner Construction: String knitted
- Coating Material: Latex rubber
- Palm Finish: Crinkle
- Wrist: Knit wrist
- Coating Style: Fingertip and palm coated
- Liner Gauge: 13
- Weight: 62 grams
- Available Sizes: 7/S, 8/M, 9/L, 10/XL, 11/XXL
- Typical Packing: 12 pairs per poly bag, 240 pairs for one carton
- Quality Level: As per customer requirement
13 gauge latex palm coated gloves are constructed with 13 gauge string knit liner and latex palm coating. The liner yarn material can be either polyester or nylon. Polyester and nylon yarn look quite same but quite different in terms of abrasion resistance and cost. Nylon is a better yarn than polyester when used on coated gloves which is more abrasion resistant and more flexible, but the cost is also high. Just because of it’s higher cost than polyester, twice more than polyester, more than half nylon yarns used for gloves are substituted by polyester.
Variety of liner colors are available for clients to choose. Some typical liner color has white, grey, red, black etc. Color has some influence on the cost of 13 gauge polyester palm coated glove. White polyester is the cheapest; Typical color polyester like grey, red and black is around USD 0.15/dz higher than white. The other uncommon color like dark blue is USD 0.03/dz higher than typical color polyester. If you want a customized color designated by you, your quantity has to be big to get started. Yarn dying is not workable with smaller quantity. The following table is our general style list for this glove instead of a complete list.
11-001 White polyester liner, palm coated with black latex
11-002 Red polyester liner, palm coated with black latex
11-003 Grey polyester liner, palm coated with grey latex
11-004 Blue polyester liner, palm coated with black latex
12-001 White nylon liner, palm coated with grey latex
The coating quality is adjustable based on different latex percentage. The more latex the coating has, the higher is the quality. When the latex percentage in coating goes high, the cost will be higher. A pure latex coating does not necessarily brings us the highest abrasion resistance, but it does impact how flexible the glove is .