All our gloves are produced via our TPDT™ technology. Placed inside a mould that reproduces the natural shape of a hand at rest during soaking, our gloves are also washed and dried via a method specifically developed by our in-house engineers. This method offers our users freedom of movement and the increased sensitivity that has earned Wonder Grip its international reputation.
To knit the support for each of our gloves, fibres are selected according to highly specific criteria. This is the case of Tsunooga™ polyethylene, the fibre we have chosen to knit our cut-resistant gloves from.It is produced by the Japanese firm Toyobo. This fibre is not only extremely resistant, offering excellent anti-cut properties, but it is also ideal for manufacturing soft and comfortably textured gloves. No solvents are used to produce this fibre, hence rendering it more hygienic and healthier to use than other polyethylene fibres. Tsunooga™ fibre also boasts specific high thermal conductivity properties, which enable it to absorb and distribute natural body heat. The incorporation of this fibre enables us to produce gloves that offer a feeling of freshness on the skin.
This technology consists of creating specific asperities on the coated surface of the glove, hence reproducing the sucking effect of a force cup. This specifically designed augmented grip technology offers the user considerably increased grip equally in damp, dry or oily conditions. In other words, Wonder Grip Technology™ reduces the force required to move objects and considerably increases grip control of all objects, in both dry or slippery environments.Results of tests conducted by BOKEN Japan, an independent materials test and control agency, demonstrated an increase in the friction coefficient, i.e. prehension force or grip, of 58%* for Wonder Grip Technology™ latex coatings, and of 36% for Wonder Grip Technology™ nitrile coatings.
WG-768 Dexcut® is the latest innovation from Wonder Grip combining a high level of cut and cold-resistance.It is a 3/4 back coated latex winter glove (contact cold performance level 2) constructed on an 13-gauge acrylic liner mixed with HPPE and Spandex. Thanks to the Wonder Grip Technology™ coating, it brings users grip and resistance in dry and watery environments. WG-768 Dexcut® offers a high cut resistance (ISO 13997 grade D) while remaining flexible and waterproof in below freezing conditions. WG-768 Dexcut® is a unique glove for users seeking a glove able to keep the hands warm and dry while protecting them from cuts, making it the ideal choice for outdoor winter work.
✔ High grip performance for safe handling in dry and wet applications
✔ Water-repellent coating with a natural fit, for continuous comfort over long periods of use
✔ Soft flexible liner, engineered with Tsunooga® Japanese yarn to offer cut level A4/D protection
✔ High grip performance, preventing hand fatigue and contributing to safer handling of hazardous goods
Type of protection
• Cut resistance
• Cold resistance
• Heat resistance
• Airports and ports
• Waste management
• Public authorities
Norms and certifications
EN 407 (digit)
|Support||Spandex, Mineral fiber, HPPE, UHMWPE : Tsunooga™|
|Coating level||Latex , Fully coated except wrist|
|Size||6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11|
|Packaging||12 pairs / polybag, 144 pairs / box|