Welding Gloves - TIG gloves, & Hybrid TIG/MIG gloves
"I want my welding gloves to be both soft and comfortable...but also durable."
~ said every welder ever
Weldmonger Black TIG and Hybrid TIG/MIG Welding Gloves are Awesome and in Stock at weldmonger.com
These Black tig welding gloves are my best sellers. I like black and I like the fact that these gloves have a seamless palm in the area where some gloves split. These tig gloves are durable yet comfortable and don't show dirt as much as others.
Have you heard of our Weldmonger Hybrid TIG/MIG gloves? These Hyrbrid gloves are soft and supple enough to use for TIG welding but with longer cuffs and heavier insulation on the back of the hand for MIG.
Welding gloves should be affordable, durable, and comfortable.
We all have our own personal preferences when it comes to the gloves we like for TIG, MIG, Stick or Flux core welding.
A good welding glove is an essential piece of personal protective equipment (PPE) for welders. Here are some key benefits and features of a good welding glove
- Durability: A high-quality welding glove is built to be durable and long-lasting. It should be able to withstand the wear and tear associated with welding tasks, including abrasion, punctures, and cuts.
- Dexterity: While providing excellent protection, a good welding glove should not compromise dexterity. Welders need to handle tools, welding equipment, and materials with precision, so the glove should allow for a good grip and finger movement.
- Insulation: Welding gloves often have insulation layers to protect against heat transfer. This insulation prevents excessive heat from reaching the wearer's hand, reducing the risk of burns.
- Comfort: Welding tasks can be physically demanding, so a good welding glove should be comfortable to wear for extended periods. It should have a proper fit, ergonomic design, and padding in critical areas to minimize discomfort and fatigue.
- Stitching and Reinforcements: Welding gloves should have strong stitching and reinforcements in high-stress areas to enhance their durability and resistance to tearing. Reinforcements can include additional layers of material, extra padding, or heat-resistant patches. In addition to extra stitching, welding gloves can be designed to eliminate seams in high stress areas.
- Cuff Length: The length of the cuff is an important feature. A longer cuff provides better protection for the lower arm and helps prevent sparks and debris from entering the glove. But for TIG welding, some welders prefer a Stubby length TIG glove for ease of taking on and off.
- Size Range: Welding gloves should be available in various sizes to ensure a proper fit for different hand sizes. A well-fitting glove provides better control. Weldmonger TIG and Hybrid gloves come in all different sizes.
- It's important to note that the specific requirements for welding gloves may vary depending on the type of welding being performed (e.g., MIG, TIG, stick welding) and the associated hazards.