Three Things to Consider When Choosing Cut-Resistant Gloves

Survival Basics

Hunters and anglers live life on the edge—literally. Between field dressing game and fish, home butchering, and just hanging around the campfire enjoying shucked oysters, the risk of cutting yourself with boning knives, oyster knives, and food prep is high. But the solution is simple and inexpensive: Buy a pair of cut-resistant gloves. Made of an inner core of fiberglass, steel, or other tough materials bound to a slip-resistant outer wrap, cut-resistant gloves make it much safer to work with knives and shears. Here are three things to think about when you’re looking for the next level in culinary safety.

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