The Ninja Ice gloves are very good quality and very warm plus they are water resistant. I work in HVAC in Montreal and -30 so far has been nice and warm.
Ninja Glove user from Montreal
I'm working with frozen products. The place that I keep my hands in is 15 to 10 below zero. And is hard to find the right gloves for this type of work because some merchandise is slippery. The Ninja Ice gloves are perfect for this. The material is good and they fit as expected.
Ninja Glove user from the Colorado
-36°C penetrating cold day in quebec ...10 hours later, workmates ordering some for themselves. The Ninja Ice gloves are the best working winter gloves in the world...simplest concept.
Ninja Glove user from Quebec
Compared to gloves I can get at work, the Ninja Maxim Cool gloves fit perfectly and comfortably. I’m an order selector and have put these gloves through 3 weeks of work before they wore out. I have less issues gripping boxes with these gloves than I did with the work gloves provided to me. I pick at least 3200 boxed items daily and have had no issues with heavier items slipping from my hands.
Ninja Glove user from Germany
We use Ninja, specifically the Sleeves and the Ninja Rebel which we have been using them for more than four years and the Gloves work perfectly. They have never generated an accident and for us the safety of our workers comes first.
Jose Francisco Vergara - Corporate Head of, HSE Sodexo
We use Ninja ever since the Prevention area conducted tests two years ago of various brands of Gloves where they determined that Ninja Gloves were the optimal choice for us, mainly because the Gloves give greater flexibility, they work in all sizes and do not generate bad odour due to perspiration.
Luis Ortiz - Head of Purchasing, Strabag