ESD (Electrostatic Discharge) gloves are specialized gloves designed to protect sensitive electronic components from electrostatic discharge. ESD gloves are typically made from materials that are conductive or dissipative, such as nitrile, latex, or vinyl, with a coating or layer of conductive material. The gloves provide a barrier between the worker and the electronic components, while also allowing static electricity to dissipate safely.

ESD gloves are used in a variety of electronic manufacturing, assembly, and repair environments, where workers handle sensitive electronic components that are susceptible to electrostatic discharge. The gloves are designed to fit snugly on the hands, providing excellent dexterity, grip, and tactile sensitivity, while also preventing static electricity from building up on the skin.

ESD gloves are available in various sizes and styles, including finger-tip coated, palm coated, and fully coated gloves. They are also available in different colors to identify their level of ESD protection. White gloves are typically used for general ESD protection, while blue gloves are used for higher levels of protection.