So we made them solid
Just as a thin layer of concrete, gloves nowadays won't act durable; competitors minimize costs and use materials scarcely. We went the other way around and even further than ever: our technology enables "world-record" thickness of knitted gloves (420 tex density).
Combining materials in knitted gloves is hard if standard easy-to-use machines are employed. That is why even premium gloves are 100% Kevlar or alike. We made some engineering changes to the unpopular equipment: now we enjoy creating composite knittings with nearly any materials.
Through trial and error we found a secret ingridient - the proportion of materials and thicknesses that is to be followed. It harmonises the features of the materials and makes gloves fit better. So our 40% Kevlar model is harder than a regular 100% one. And of course we adjust this formula to each model.
To reinforce thin knitting, glove producers coat them by dipping in polymers. Such gloves make your hands sweat and you pull them off. Our thick composite doesn't require coating to be solid, so it breathes and fits sustainably. No coating also means no latex or other allergens. To improve our gloves and keep the features we are working on a totally different coating technology.