Heat-Resistant Cooking & Grilling Gloves

By Grill Armor Gloves

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These heat-resistant grill gloves help protect hands from temperatures up to 932° Fahrenheit, perfect for cooking, baking, grilling and more. They are made with Aramid, a material used in flame-resistant and heat-protective clothing. The flexible gloves don’t get in the way of maneuverability when you’re at work and a silicone coating gives them extra grippability. Wear a pair to do things like pull hot bakeware—even cast iron—out of the oven or when you’re cooking on the stovetop. The gloves are a great extra layer of protection for jobs outside of the kitchen, too, like around the grill or fireplace.

  • Materials: M-Aramid and P-Aramid fabrics, silicone, cotton, and polyester
  • Care: Machine wash on cotton setting with non-chlorine bleach only. Do not use fabric softener or chlorine bleach as this may damage protective outer lining of glove. Air dry only. To treat stains, spot-treat with pre-wash stain remover and allow to sit for several minutes before washing. Wash regularly to prevent grease build up on gloves
  • Heat-resistant up to 932° Fahrenheit, EN407 certified oven and grill gloves
  • Insulated by M-Aramid and P-Aramid fabrics, heat-resistant fabrics similar to Kevlar and Nomex
  • Fire- and melt-resistant materials offer the maximum consumer heat and flame protection
  • Five finger design with silicone grips allow for maximum dexterity and safe handling
  • Great for grilling, stove-top and oven cooking, camping, open fire cooking, fire pits, the microwave, clambakes, tailgating, pizza making and more
  • Easily grab hot cast iron, pizza stones, dutch ovens, hot saucepan handles, and cookie sheets from the oven
  • Thick but lightweight and flexible for maneuverability
  • Built-in hook for hanging
  • Made to last with the highest quality materials
  • Made in China
  • Dimensions: One size: 10" x 7.5" x 1"; Women's small: 10" x 6.5" x 1"
  • Weight: One size: 0.64 lb.; Women's small: 0.6 lb.

10 Reviews (4.1 out of 5 Grommets)

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These are great!


I have used these gloves to pull a cookie tray out of the oven, and to turn my 13 lb Thanksgiving turkey over while I cooked it on my gas grill.There are no "hot spots" to burn the skin and I appreciate the long cuffs. Perfect as a gift for cooks, bakers, and grill masters.More > < Less




When making breads, the Dutch oven is at 450* and used to require careful handling. Now, with these, it is easy to move from stove to table


Grill Armor Gloves


These gloves are terrific. They’re natural and easy to use; handling, gripping is safe and a breeze. I’ve thrown all my other pot holders away!More > < Less


Fabulous Gloves!


I got these not just for grilling but to use instead of potholders or oven mitts. I have small hands and using oven mitts is just too awkward. And potholders always seem to expose some skin that ends up getting burned. With the upcoming baking season I thought I needed something better and these are IT! I can pick up anything right out of the oven with full dexterity and not even feel the heat. The only "negative" is that these gloves don't go on quickly; it's kind of like you slide them on and then you have to manipulate the fingers a bit to get them completely on - much like a new pair of leather gloves, but once they're on they do the job. Thanx.More > < Less


Great Gloves


These gloves are great! Our family has an annual cookie baking day and I am in charge of the oven. I have tried several different brands of oven gloves and these are by far the best pair to date. No oven burns this year!More > < Less

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About Grill Armor Gloves

Beat The Heat

Heat-resistant Grill Armor Gloves for cooking, baking, grilling, and other protective jobs around the house are the extra layer of defense you want when you’re around heat. A pair can handle temperatures up to a whopping 932° Fahrenheit, so tasks like checking on piping hot dishes and moving grill grates and oven racks are safely handled. Boiling lobsters or pasta, or doing some canning? Go for a waterproof pair that is just as protective.

A lining of Aramid built into the gloves is where the heat-shielding power comes from. The material is similar to Kevlar and is often used in flame-resistant and heat-protective clothing. On the outside, a silicone coating gives the flexible gloves extra grip. So you can feel more confident and safer when you’re around high heat.