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Material Guide



Bonding of fabrics to a unit fabric with different characteristics.

Most common is flamlamination were the isolationfoam is rapidly heated and then pressed together with textile on each side.


Very stretchy and firm.

Acrylic closest to the skin.


Cotton/polyester. Good insolation,  “sneesetextile” traditional.

Acrylic closest to the skin.


In the lamination there is also a membrane assembled. This gives wind- and water resistance.


Neoprenfabric with airventiles. Small bubbles which in a mechanical way pumps out moisture and left over heath.


Fireproof; Possible to knit in different styles.


Fireproof; Possible to knit in different styles.

Very high cut resistance.

Trevira CS®:      

High flameretardance. High abrasion resistance.


High flame retardance. Kind to the skin.

Band between fingers:  

Cut from polyamide knitt fabric in different widths depending

on size and style.


Normally bruched. Gives you a nice dry feeling to skin.

Used in linings.


Heavily brushed polyamide. Used both as lining- and shellfabric. Could also be double laminated with a wind membrane for good wind resistance.

Leather and synthetic leather


Our warmest and smoothest leather. Gives you a splendid comfort.                  

Not that high abrasion resistance.

The characteristics of Mooseleather is the fibrestructure with a  lot of air between the fibres.

Mainly used for Skigloves

Origin; Sweden


Very high abrasion resistance. The most used gloveleather.

Compact fibrestructure.

Mainly used for Skigloves.

Origin; Asia


Very soft, tough and with high grip power. Gloves can be produced in very thin leather, down to 0,5 mm. Medium abrasion resistance.

Very suitable for drivinggloves such as pilotgloves.

Origin; South America.


Grainbrushed cowleather. High abrasion resistance. Waterproof.With high grip power. High resistance for fire and heat.

Mainly used for gloves for field such as outdoor, hunting and military.

Origin; Middle Europe.


Material used in sport in palm part. Flying polyamidfibres are compressed to a nonewoven fabric and high pressure in big boxes.

Extremely high abrationresistance, thin, smoth.

Low insulation and water absorption.

Mainly used for Skigloves.

Origin; Japan.


Cowsplit. Extremely resistant for fire and heat.

High isolation and waterresistance. The leather is tannered from the inside in unique process.

Mainly used for Fire- and protectiongloves.

Origin; U.K.