Textile mills process the raw cotton into a yarn or a fabric. Cotton work gloves can be made from either option, which are called knitted or cut-and-sewn, respectively.
Cotton is an insulating fiber that has excellent resistance to heat degradation. It begins to turn yellow after several hours at 250°F (120°C) and will noticeably degrade at temperatures around 450°F (232°C).
The main advantage of Cotton Gloves:
1. No seams, which makes the glove more comfortable
2. Less prone to tearing
3. Longer durability and can be washed
4. Conforms better to your hand