Fire Fighting Gloves

Leather firefighting gloves are a type of fire glove made from leather materials. They are popular among firefighters for their durability and heat-resistant properties. Leather gloves can be made from cowhide, goatskin, or deerskin, and the type of leather used can affect the glove’s overall performance and durability.

Leather firefighting gloves are often lined with materials such as Kevlar or Nomex to provide additional protection against heat and flames. The gloves are designed to cover the entire hand and wrist and may also feature reinforced palms and fingers for added protection against cuts and punctures.

Leather gloves are known for their ability to resist abrasions, cuts, and tears, making them suitable for use in a wide range of firefighting scenarios. However, they may not provide the same level of dexterity and flexibility as other types of gloves made from synthetic materials.


  • Made of split cow leather specially treated water & abrasion resistant.
  • Inside hipora and armind lining , wrist protection.
  • Kevlar stitched.
  • Available in all color and sizes.
  • Usage:
    Fire fighters.
  • EN Compliance:
  • EN 659 : 2003+A1-2008, EN 407, EN 388:1531X, EN 420:2003+A1:2009

Additional information


Black, Blue, Brown, Green, Indigo, Light-Blue, Red, Yellow


Extra Large, Extra Small, Large, Medium, Small