Safety First

We just got a -80c freezer and are using leather work gloves that are insulated. They work for carrying tubes from the freezer to extraction but if we need to organize tubes in the -80c freezer my hands get really cold. Any suggestion on gloves that are going to keep us safe? What other safety equipment does everyone use? We arent OSHAA compliant. . . . Yet

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With all due respect, it’s about having fun first, looking good second, and then ‘safety third’ :wink:

Either way, these gloves are pretty badass:


For use handling temperatures down to -260 C


I need to get me a pair those asap. These cheap insulated PVC gloves are going to cost me a hell of a lot more one of these days when something inevitably slips from my grip, but those look like they have plenty of grip.