Milwaukee Safety Wear
Milwaukee® safety wear lets professionals use Milwaukee tools to do their jobs efficiently and securely. Safety wear includes a line of padded gloves that are just as important as goggles or hard hats in safeguarding workers while they work with cordless, electric, pneumatic or hand equipment. Milwaukee safety wear builds on the tools that define the reputation of the company, particularly impact power tools, trigger-operated saws and drills and hand saws and cutters.
Milwaukee safety wear is designed for all professional trades, from concrete, masonry and metal work to plumbing and electrical; from framing and roofing to drywall, siding and flooring. All gloves consist of synthetic leather and come in sizes from small to XX-large as part of a line of Milwaukee accessories. They have breathable linings that wick hand perspiration from the skin, as well as terry-cloth sweat wipes sewn into the side of reinforced thumbs.
Milwaukee safety-wear gloves have high-dexterity fingertips so workers can easily and safely handle small objects or intricate workpieces. A major innovation in the line is Smartswipe™ material technology built into the gloves to let workers use touch-screen devices, a necessity for tablet-based work specs and task orders. Milwaukee Free-Flex gloves, the company's standard, unpadded work gloves, have Smartswipe zones in the fingertips and knuckles. Milwaukee demolition gloves, heavy-duty gloves with Armortex® thumb, fingertip and palm reinforcements and a thermoplastic-rubber hand-knuckle protection pad, have a Smartswipe zone on the middle index knuckle. Performance work gloves, with paneled padding on the knuckles, hand back and palms, have Smartswipe zones on the fingertips and index knuckle. Milwaukee fingerless gloves, heavily padded on the palm, hand back and middle knuckles, are open at the fingertips.
Milwaukee fingerless gloves, demolition gloves and Performance and Free-Flex work gloves are companion wear to Milwaukee apparel that consists of cold-weather outerwear and base layers. Check out both lines to see how Milwaukee technology lets you concentrate on the job at hand, not on your exposure to risk or the elements.