Intruder Cut-Resistant Glove

Denise Landis

Denise Landis is the founder and editor in chief of The Cook's Cook. She tested recipes for the New York Times for over 25 years.

As careful as we may be, accidents happen to people of all ages, including experienced professional chefs. Consider investing in a cut resistant glove. Although cut resistant gloves are not puncture or cut proof, they can provide protection for your hands. You’ll be glad to have it the next time you reach for your box grater or mandolin.

Do you have a young cook in your life? Don’t settle for an adult small size glove for your little chef. It’s important for the glove to fit snugly enough that it isn’t clumsy to use. Intruder’s high-quality gloves come in a wide variety of sizes, including a “kids” size suitable for 5 to 7 year olds. They are woven from material with a stainless steel core wrapped in polyester and sealed with vinyl, have the highest level of cut resistance, and are machine washable. A convenient chart allows you to choose the right size for your child.