Classification of gloves by material

  • Gloves supplier can try to take a differentiated route in foreign markets and think seriously about how to add value to the product, not just find ways to reduce costs.

    Gloves are divided into sewing, knitting, and dipping according to the manufacturing method. Gloves are cut and sewn from various leather, rubber, knitted fabrics or woven fabrics. Knitted gloves are made of pure or blended yarns of various textile fibers, knitted on a glove machine, and processed by sewing, such as clamping, gusset, stitching fingertips and finger forks, etc., and then brushing or milling, heat setting Finished into products. The organization of knitted gloves includes plain knitting, ribbing, tuck, leno, etc., and the fancy patterns include plain and yarn-dyed jacquard.

    Labor protection gloves are required to be relatively thick, and some are treated with plastic coating on the surface to improve wear resistance, non-slip, and waterproof performance. Decorative gloves are required to be beautiful, and most of them undergo artistic processing such as embroidery and beading. Gloves are divided into cotton yarn, plush, leather, microfiber, cloth, rubber and so on.

    The gloves supplier should design a set of innovation and R&D workflows. The random behavior of employees is unreliable. Do user surveys to figure out what gloves the end user wants. Any research and development that separates from the user is blind. This survey can be done by specialized market research companies, because they are more professional.