Warm Up with Ringers' Insulated Gloves

Warm Up with Ringers’ Insulated Gloves

While we Californians don't endure the chilly temperatures and snowy weather that most parts of the country get hit with, we feel for those people! That is why we have a specific glove to keep their hands warm and protected when the temperatures dip into the single-digit and below zero temperatures.

While we Californians don’t endure the chilly temperatures and snowy weather that most parts of the country get hit with, we feel for those people! That is why we have a specific glove to keep their hands warm and protected when the temperatures dip into the single-digit and below zero temperatures.

Whether you’re enjoying your favorite outdoor winter activity or trying to keep your hands toasty while working outside, the Insulated Glove is the perfect glove! The breathable and waterproof Hytrel barrier covers the entire palm of the glove, as well as the first three fingers and thumb for superb all-around protection. We’ve also incorporated a fleece lining to guard your hands from the harsh winds that lead to chapping and chafing.

Our versatile compression molded Neoprene knuckle on the back of the hand provides an extra safeguard for your knuckles, while the durable stretch Cordura fouchettes featured on the sides of the fingers gives your fingers a little something extra.

A Neo-Flex signature cuff, an exclusive to Ringers Gloves, incorporated with flexible Neoprene provides a secure, comfortable closure with an unparalleled stretch panel to ensure a perfect fit.

The Insulated Gloves are available in black only, sizes Small through XX-Large, retailing for $27.99.

And don’t forget about our Genuine Leather Insulated Gloves, with 3mm of shock-absorbing gel palm padding, an insulated leather palm and padded Neoprene knuckle panel, perfect for using power tools in the garage or outdoors!

The Genuine Leather Insulated Gloves are also available in black only, sizes Small through XX-Large, retailing for $39.99.

To purchase these products or any of your other favorite Ringers Gloves products, call (800) 421-8454 to find a dealer/distributor near you. Or we are always open 24 hours a day, seven days a week at www.ringersgloves.com.

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