Testing And Rating Heat-Resistant Gloves (cont'd)

raichlen leather gloves
The great looking Steven Raichlen Extra Long Suede Gloves have two contrasting colors: A smooth black suede upper, and a rougher textured tan colored glove and fingers. At 17.5 inches, these gloves are the longest ones we tested. They are lined with cotton, said to be heat safe to 475 degrees F. read more
Rapicca Griller BBQ Heat Resistant Insulated Cooking Gloves
The flexible waterproof neoprene coating on the Rapicca Griller BBQ Heat Resistant Insulated Cooking Gloves makes them resistant to flame, grease, oil, and water. The gloves are lined with double layer of sweat-absorbing cotton and come in one large size and are said to be heat safe up to 450 degrees F. read more
ozero leather gloves
These gloves are said to have a whopping heat rating of 662 degrees F. They have a thick 100 percent insulite cotton lining and are constructed of cowhide with double patches of leather in sensitive areas, with double thick leather in some locations. The only size is large, so they may not be suitable for small hands. read more
fortune gloves
Fortune Grilling Gloves come in one size that "fits all" and a thin poly-cotton inside is fairly comfortable. The manufacturer lists them as being safe to 425 degrees F. They are FDA approved as being 100 percent BPA free and are textured on both the front and back with heart-shaped silicone bumps for improved grip. read more
Man Law BBQ Products High Heat Gloves
The Man Law BBQ Products High Heat Gloves are the most unique-looking gloves we tested. They come in three sizes, are said to be heat-resistant up to 572 degrees F, and are 13" in length. The gloves are lined with 100% rayon/cotton for a comfortable feel, and the exterior is constructed of food rated silicone. read more

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