When commonplace, traditional gloves simply won’t do, Ninja’s® new range of premium gloves provide an aggressive approach to your hand protection challenges. Ninja’s® new comfortable and tough range of gloves have been scientifically designed with the latest advanced coatings and materials to ensure the very best in hand safety and protection.
How Do Ninja Do This?
Coated seamless gloves provide better movement, fit and comfort because there are no seams to irritate the hand. Ninja® knit their gloves from a variety of high performance fibres to obtain the physical properties required in a premium glove. Always on the cutting edge, Ninja® also use latest tech cut-resistant yarns, like Dyneema Diamond.
These seamless liners are then dipped or flow-coated with various polymers such as nitrile, silicone, PVC plastisols or PU. This procedure provides improved protective properties resulting in increased degrees of grip, durability, flexibility, splash and chemical protection.
One such unique coating innovation by Ninja® is the NFTTM or New Foam Technology, which is included on their new Maxim gloves range, and offers the most advanced comfort, lightweight feel and durability that make the gloves feel like a second skin.
Maxim Gloves with New Foam Technology (NFTTM) Coating
Unmatched in comfort and durability, the Ninja® Maxim range includes Maxim Cool for excellent breathability, Maxim Tactus for supreme tactility (even in greasy environments), Maxim Cut for outstanding cut resistance, Maxim Dry for damp & oily parts handling, and Maxim Glacier thermal insulated gloves.
The Ninja® Maxim range are suited to a variety of industries including automotive, goods handling, general assembly, light metal processes, cold storage, agriculture, commercial fishing and mining & construction.
All Ninja® gloves fulfil the specified requirements of AS/NZS2161.3:2005 and have been certified as occupational protective gloves against mechanical risks. They are tested to European Standards and hold certifications for mechanical, chemical and thermal performances where relevant.