wearing latex gloves

Crafted with the compound of vinyl-based Hybrid, these powder-free latex gloves are stronger than nitrile or vinyl while still giving you the dexterity and control you need for needles or equipment. They are powder-free, ambidextrous and offer a stretchy & comfy fit for both men and women who work for the kitchen and food preparation as recommended by The Brennan Group.

Disposable gloves create a barrier between your hands and objects you are handling to keep hands clean and protected and keep oils and dirt on your hands from transferring to the objects. Single-use gloves are throw away after each task to prevent cross-contamination. These disposable latex gloves are worn in laboratories, food service, clean rooms, and sterile environments, and when cleaning or performing janitorial tasks.

Highly Versatile

Our gloves are designed to be highly versatile and can be used in a variety of professions: law enforcement professionals, physicians, food vendors, hair coloring specialists, painters, cleaners, pet care as well as in home improvement.

Available In Various Sizes & Counts

These powder-free latex gloves are 9.5” long, can be worn on either the right or left hand, and fit men and women equally. Every single box comes in four sizes so that you can find your perfect fit.

Comfortable and Flexible

These gloves are comfortable to wear and include a rolled cuff for easy removal. They’re also ideal for people who are allergic to the natural rubber proteins found in other gloves. The ambidextrous gloves are non-medical and feature a powder-coated surface.

Skin Irritation Free

Avoid potential allergies and discomfort with our gloves - without the use of powder, your body will be kept in optimal safety from potential allergens. And because they come in compact, stackable boxes, they’re easy to store, and they’re also disposable for quick, safe, and simple clean up.

Latex or Vinyl Gloves: What is the Best Choice for Your Kitchen Needs

Latex gloves are an effective option to shield your hands from certain chemicals that can cause harm or discomfort if in contact with your skin. Also, latex is stronger than vinyl gloves in terms of puncture resistance and is therefore preferred in food preparation, cooking, and other kitchen needs. What’s more, latex gloves have a snugger fit due to vinyl’s limited ability to stretch. Powder-free gloves are manufactured using a chlorination process that creates a less tacky glove surface while facilitating quicker donning. Chlorination processing requires more extensive washing during manufacturing and consequently tends to produce a glove with appreciably fewer free latex proteins and other residual chemicals. This process significantly reduces allergic reactions.

Powdered vs Powder-free Gloves? Does It Matter?

All of our latex gloves are available powder-free. Powdered gloves are covered with a light dusting of powder, which helps when applying the glove and also helps to absorb any perspiration. Some people find powdered gloves provide more comfort when wearing them for a longer time. In clinical environments, such as hospitals, powder-free gloves may be preferable to lower the risk of cross-contamination occurring. Furthermore, powder on medical gloves can enhance foreign body reactions, increase infections, and act as a carrier of natural latex allergens. The National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) recently issued a safety alert recommending the use of powder-free, reduced protein content latex gloves to reduce exposure to natural latex proteins (allergens). Glove powder includes dusting or donning powders, mold-release compounds, and manufacturing debris.