Ejendals Tegera 295 Thermal Waterproof Work Gloves
With good water resistance and thermal protection, the Ejendals Tegera 295 Thermal Waterproof Work Gloves offer a flexible and sensitive fit that makes them perfect for handling materials, using machinery and gripping tools. Their warm, waterproof properties and -30°C contact cold resistance are built for winter, with reinforced fingertips and a leather palm offering enough grip and protection for safe use in most medium-risk, outdoor applications.
How Much Water Can the 295 Gloves Withstand?
The Ejendals Tegera Gloves are waterproof, however we would recommend them for light water tasks rather fully submerging your hands. An outer liner containing leather, elastane and natural latex prevents water from slipping through to your skin, allowing you to work with wet tools and damp materials without getting wet. If you want to submerge your hands fully, we would recommend that you take a look at the MaxiDry Zero Gloves.
|Property ||Resistance Level |
|Convective Cold Resistance ||Level 1 |
|Contact Cold Resistance ||Level 2 |
|Water Permeability ||Level 1 |
Thermal: How Warm Will the Thermal Gloves Keep My Hands Through Winter?
As well as been waterproof, the Ejendals Tegera 295 Gloves promise to keep your hands warm too. They use a material called Thinsulate, which has the effect of providing dexterity and comfort while preventing body heat from escaping. The Ejendals 295 Gloves can be used to handle materials as cold as -30°C without your hands feeling the chill.
Grip: Will the Ejendals Gloves Provide Grip in Slippery Environments?
Through the manufacturing of these gloves there was a focus on usability in the winter months which meant that grip was at the forefront of the design process. The Ejendals Tegera 295 Gloves feature a goatskin leather palm, which allows for a high level of grip, even when working in wet, slippery and dirty conditions.
Productivity: How Will the Ejendals Tegera Gloves Improve My Productivity?
The Ejendals 295 Gloves are built for winter, outdoor work, with reinforced fingers and thumbs protecting your hands against blisters and other abrasion injuries. Their thermal, and mechanically protective properties means that they promise increased productivity in most medium-risk conditions. Some applications where they are recommended include:
- Agricultural work
- Airport security
- Cold store
- Ice handling
- Machine operation
- Public transport
- Public utilities
- Soil preparation
- Wood Handling
We are confident that these gloves are perfect for winter, enabling you to use the gloves across most medium-risk working outdoor environments. They are professional, reliable, durable and safe, meaning that they are the perfect companion at work while proving useful if you like a bit of DIY at home too.
Mechanical Risks: Will the Ejendals Tegera Thermal Gloves Protect Me From Risks?
We understand that you don't just want protection from the cold and wet while at work. Thankfully, the 295 Gloves have got your back, featuring reinforced fingertips and thumbs that will protect you from abrasion injuries, blisters and other medium risk threats. Under EN 388, the Ejendals 295 Waterproof Gloves achieved the following:
|Property ||Resistance Level |
|Abrasion Resistance ||Level 2 |
|Cut Resistance ||Level 1 |
|Tear Resistance ||Level 2 |
|Puncture Resistance ||Level 1 |
Dexterity: How Much Flexibility Will I Retain?
As mentioned previously, the 295 Gloves are lined with a material called Thinsulate, which provides an exceptional level of dexterity and sensitivity. They also stop slightly earlier than most gloves, giving your hand and wrist further freedom of movement which helps to improve productivity. The impressive combination of sensitivity and flexibility means that you can handle most tactile, outdoor tasks with ease.
The thin and dexterous material gives you more control
Comfort: What Do the Ejendals Gloves Feel Like to Wear?
The Ejendals Tegera Thermal Gloves feature a polyester lining that is warm, snug and comfortable. The Thinsulate interior keeps the gloves tight, which is perfect for the more intricate and delicate tasks that you may have to complete. The gloves are therefore ideal for a wide range of outdoor tasks, suitable for gripping tools, handling materials, and using machinery.
Wrist Protection: Will the Ejendals Tegera Waterproof Gloves Protect My Wrist and Arm?
The 295 Gloves stop just below the wrist, offering industry standard protection across the entire hand. As they stop just shorter than usual gloves you are provided with a high level of dexterity. If you require more wrist protection with the same waterproof, thermal qualities of the 295s, we would recommend you try the Ejendals Tegera 296 Thermal Waterproof Outdoor Work Gloves.
Dirt: I Work in Dirty Conditions; Is This a Problem?
The Ejendals 295 Work Gloves are designed to be able to withstand water, dirt and whatever else winter has to throw at it. If you do want to wash your gloves, we would recommend washing them on a light wash without tumble drying. Please bear in mind that this may affect the overall performance of the gloves.
Durability: How Long Will My Ejendals 295 Gloves Last?
The Ejendals 295 Gloves promise durability because they use tough and mechanically strong materials that are proven to last through winter. As they can withstand the wet, muddy conditions in winter, they come at an extremely economical price. A full list of their materials include:
- Palm Material: Full grain goatskin
- Back Material: Spandex
- Lining Material: Thinsulate 40g
- Outer Material Specification: Leather (49%), elastane (25%), polyester (25%), natural latex (1%)
- Middle Material Specification: Polyethylene (100%)
- Inner Material Specification: Polyester (100%)
Sustainability: How Sustainable are the Ejendals 295 Gloves?
Ejendals have a long term goal of becoming more sustainable. Steps are being taken to reduce energy use, carbon emissions and waste, while reducing the impact of organic based solvents used in the manufacturing process. Ejendals goal is to limit any environmental impact based on current knowledge within the manufacturing business.
For more information on Ejendals sustainability goals, see the tab at the top of the page.
Fit: What Size Shall I Select?
The Tegera 295 Waterproof Work Gloves are available in seven sizes so you should be able to get a size suitable for you. Please measure the circumference of your hand around the knuckles (excluding the thumb) with your hand open and your fingers together, and the length of your hand from the tip of your middle finger to your wrist.
SIZING ADVICE: We would recommend selecting a size larger than your measurement, as the Tegera 295 Gloves can often be found to be quite tight fitting.
|Size ||Circumference (mm) ||Length (mm) |
|Size 6 ||152mm ||160mm |
|Size 7 ||178mm ||171mm |
|Size 8 ||203mm ||182mm |
|Size 9 ||229mm ||192mm |
|Size 10 ||254mm ||204mm |
|Size 11 ||279mm ||215mm |
|Size 12 ||Over 279mm ||Over 215mm |
Documentation for the Ejendals Tegera 295 Work Gloves
|Conformity Statement ||Instructions for Use |
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