Ejendals Tegera 235 Insulated Thermal Work Gloves
Whether you work in a cold-store moving material or your job takes you out into the elements during winter, work gloves that keep you warm without minimising accuracy and precision in the fingertips are few and far between. Dually great for cargo handling and more detailed work, Ejendals Tegera 235 Insulated Thermal Work Gloves are insulated with a soft and plush fleece lining that traps heat and prevents numbness and sensation loss in the fingers.
Sizing Information for Ejendals Tegera 235 Thermal Work Gloves
Ejendals Tegera 235 Insulated Work Gloves are available in four different sizes. To find the right one for you, simply measure the circumference of your hand and the length of your palm as shown below.
Once you have these measurements, please consult the sizing chart below to find the right size for your hands.
|Size ||Palm Circumference ||Hand Length |
|Size 7 ||178mm ||171mm |
|Size 8 ||203mm ||182mm |
|Size 9 ||229mm ||192mm |
|Size 10 ||254mm ||204mm |
Who Can Use Ejendals Tegera Winter Work Gloves?
A fleece lining goes a long way in preventing sensation loss and grip instability. Thanks to this, Ejendals Tegera 235 Winter Gloves are the perfect glove for a whole host of outdoor applications, including:
- Agricultural Work
- Brick Handling
- Building and Construction
- Concrete Handling
- Cold Storage
- Freezer Work
- Wood Industry
How Do Tegera 235 Thermal Winter Gloves Protect My Hands?
On top of their primary cold-resistance, Tegera 235 Thermal Work Gloves do a whole lot more than just keep your hands warm. See below for a list of hazards they protect against:
- Contact Cold
- Numbness in the Fingers
- Convective Cold
- Cold-induced Sensation Loss
Safety Standards and Protection Ratings
EN 511: Cold Resistance
EN 511 is the European regulation governing cold-resistant garments and gloves. This regulation uses a number of intricate and complex tests to assess the contact cold, convective cold and water permeability of a fabric. Please view the table below to see how these gloves performed:
|Standard ||Resistance Rating |
|Convective Cold Resistance ||Level 1 |
|Contact Cold Resistance ||Level 1 |
|Water Permeability ||N/A |
EN 388: Mechanical Resistance
EN 388 is a European regulation governing the sale of gloves used for safety and protection. It determines the gloves' performance when used for protection against mechanical machinery by measuring the fabric's abrasion, cut, tear and puncture resistance.
|Standard ||Resistance Rating |
|Abrasion Resistance ||Level 2 |
|Cut Resistance ||Level 1 |
|Tear Resistance ||Level 2 |
|Puncture Resistance ||Level 1 |
|ISO Cut Resistance ||N/A |
Key Features and Benefits
- Fleeced thermal lining maximises heat-retention in cold conditions
- Effortless prevent sensation loss and numbness in the finger
- Convective and contact cold protection under EN 511
- One of our favourite gloves for working out in the elements
- Green decals add to visibility in dimly lit conditions
- Goatskin leather is soft, supple and unbelievably comfortable
- Reinforced fingertips enhance ability to grip slippery material
- Bulky design prevents bumps, scratches and scrapes ruining your hands
- Available in four different sizes
Why Bother With Thermal Gloves?
Thermal gloves are a vital if you're working outdoors during the winter. Cold, clammy and sore hands work at a fraction of the speed of warm, correctly protected ones.
Make sure that whatever the weather and however cold it gets, you're prepared. Whether you're wearing them for months on end or you're buying to keep a pair in your tool-bag for when you do venture outdoors, Ejendals 235 Winter Gloves are a must have for when temperatures really plummet.
Business in the Front, Flexibility in the Back
Ejendals 235 Thermal Gloves use a goatskin foundation fabric and an ever-so-slightly textured palm grip design to maximise grip strength where it matters most. They are also fully-fitted with a flexi-stretch material in the cuff area which helps with comfort and overall grip strength as the whole hand feels stronger when clenching around an object.
HEat-Retentive Fleece Lining
A fleece lining prevents all the hot air your body works so hard to generate from exiting your gloves whilst you work. This ensures your hands stay warm and toasty, reducing the chance of sensation loss and discomfort in the fingertips arising.
All about safety of yourself and other, reinforced fingertips simply mean there is an additional layer of thick material lining each of the five fingertips (and thumb!). This helps prevent those nasty stubbing incidents and goes a long way to reinforcing grip strength and stability for handling in warehouses, factories and shipyards.
What Are Tegera 203 Thermal Gloves Made From?
- Palm Material: Full-grain Goatskin
- Lining Material: Fleece
- Back Material: Nylon