This construction helps mirror the three-dimensional aspect of the thumb to improve articulation and comfort. Found mostly on driver’s gloves.
A symmetric design where a worn-out glove can be removed, flipped over, and placed on the other hand for use. Found on cotton/synthetic knit gloves.
This design allows for the contact surface on the tip of the thumb to be more seam-free. Found on welding, driver’s, and cotton/synthetic gloves.
This design has fewer exposed stitches than the ergonomic keystone thumb and is generally more versatile in movement than the straight thumb. Found on welding, driver’s, leather palm, and ergonomic gloves.