Inferno Gloves

Product Info

  • Tan leather multi-layered fire fighters glove
  • High Breathability
  • High Heat Resistance & Flash
  • High Temperature Stability
  • High Abrasion Resistance
  • Waterproof
  • Multi-layer protection provides flexibility, comfort and excellent insulation.
  • Gunn cut wing thumb with reinforced index & middle finger palm.
  • Knitted cuff with continuous pull and shirred back.
  • Multi-layer: hand layer is knitted composite modacrylicpara-aramid fibre with a non-woven urethane vapor barrier. Finger tacked.
  • Tan split cow leather palm 1.0 to 1.2mm with quivalent reinforcing.
  • Tan split cow leather back 1.0 to 1.2mm, shirred.
  • Yellow aramid knitted wrist cuff with tan split cow leather 0.8 to 1.0mm leather continuous pull
  • 380g per pair (size L)


Suitable for use

  • Search & Recovery
  • Structural and Wildland Fire Fighting Applications

Product Details

Dromex® Inferno, structural firefighting gloves, provides the hands with protection against physical hazards, such as sharp edges or rough surfaces and contact flame and heat exposure.

These firefighting gloves consists of a functional multilayer construction, as follows:
• Soft cowhide leather, that is heavy duty and remains soft from repeated use.
• Polyurethane moisture barrier.
• Modacrylic and para aramid thermal layer (A modacrylic is a synthetic copolymer. Modacrylics are soft, strong, resilient and dimensionally stable. They can be easily dyed, show good press and shape retention, and are quick to dry. They have outstanding resistance to chemicals and solvents, are not attacked by moths or mildew and are non-allergenic. They are used are in apparel as linings.
• Kevlar stitches and Kevlar wristlet.

The multilayer protection provides high breathability, flexibility, comfort, excellent insulation and high abrasion resistance.

These gloves features the following:
• The Kevlar® wristlet cuff, secures the gloves to the hand providing extra protection from liquids seeping through.
• A Kevlar leather patch sewn on the palm for reinforcement and durability.

Gloves are an essential part of the overall protective ensemble and must work with the selected coat to provide a good interface for overall firefighter thermal and liquid protection.

• Structural and wildland firefighting
• Rescue and extrication
• Heavy duty industries

Additional information


M, L, XL