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Showa Blue Winter Gloves

Showa Blue Winter Gloves



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A local window cleaner pick!

When you’re cleaning windows in the cold and snow, the last thing you want to worry about is your gloves. You want a pair of gloves that will keep your hands warm and dry so you can work.

The Showa gloves are quickly becoming a local window cleaner favorite. They mix an ideal amount of warmth and dexterity for Michigan winters and work great in similar climates. They’re double-coated polyurethane with a breathable liner between the coating and the warm, acrylic liner to keep your hands from sweating. They have a rough finish for gripping and a seamless design that makes them flexible yet durable. They’re ergonomically designed to prevent hand fatigue.

Available in large, X-large, and XX-large.


  • Waterproof
  • Breathable
  • Double-coated, rough polyurethane
  • Seamless to prevent leaks
  • Long gauntlet to keep out water
  • Acrylic lining for warmth
  • Pre-curved design to reduce hand fatigue

Why Should You Choose The Showa Gloves?

The Showa gloves are designed for precise working. Everything about them is designed to make your work easier, from the great grip of the rough finish to the pre-curved fingers to reduce hand fatigue.


A good pair of winter window cleaning gloves should first off be WARM and WATERPROOF. You also have to be able to work in them, so they should have good GRIP and be FLEXIBLE. Finally, you want your gloves to last, so they should be DURABLE. A good pair of winter window cleaning gloves get used every day and should last about a season.

How do the Showa gloves stack up?

Warm ✓✓✓
Waterproof ✓✓✓
Grip ✓✓✓
Flexible ✓✓✓
Durable ✓✓✓

Pro & Cons

Pros: Seamless and ergonomic for long life and greater comfort.

Cons: No strap on the wrist to keep out air and water like on some other gloves.

What Size Showa Gloves Are Right For You?

Here’s a general guideline to get you the right size gloves.

Medium 7 - 8 inches
Large 9 - 10 inches
X-large 10 - 11 inches
XX-large 11 - 12 inches

To get your hand’s circumference, measure your dominate hand around your knuckles with your fingers together and your hand flat. Do not include your thumb.


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