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Bulk Nitrile Gloves

Buying bulk nitrile gloves is the best way to save money while getting tough, dependable protection. With our wholesale disposable nitrile gloves, you can stay stocked for months without blowing your budget. Call our sales team to get the lowest price on orange, blue, or black nitrile gloves, in whatever quantity you need.

Nothing beats nitrile for safety and durability. Nitrile gloves are more puncture resistant, less prone to tearing, and better at resisting caustic chemicals — but that quality comes at a higher price. Buying disposable nitrile gloves wholesale means you can save money and protect your employees and customers the way they deserve. If your organization needs large orders consider buying nitrile gloves in bulk to save on costs. has sizes ranging from small to large, as well as specialty sizes ranging from XL to XXL.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Why are nitrile gloves so expensive?

Nitrile gloves cost more than latex or vinyl gloves because they’re more durable, with better resistance to rips, punctures, and chemical spills. Nitrile also conforms better to your hands compared to other products, offering a more comfortable fit and better touch sensitivity. See here for a complete breakdown of the advantages of nitrile disposable gloves.

The demand for nitrile gloves has also gone up sharply due to the COVID-19 pandemic. This can make them harder to find and more expensive.

Where can I buy nitrile gloves cheap?

Bulk suppliers like are the best places to buy cheap bulk nitrile gloves without sacrificing on quality. Getting a case of 1,000 disposable nitrile gloves wholesale means paying a lot less per pair. When you have a job that requires changing gloves often, the savings can add up quickly! offers lower prices and faster shipping than other nitrile glove suppliers. We don’t sacrifice quality to get you those discounts, either. You’ll get puncture-resistant, FDA-approved, powder-free nitrile gloves for wholesale price.

What is the best wholesale price for nitrile gloves in bulk?

Wholesale prices for high-quality nitrile gloves typically range from around $0.10 to $0.33 per pair. You may sometimes see prices in the $0.02 to $0.04 range, but those are generally not from reliable nitrile glove suppliers. There’s not much point in choosing nitrile gloves if you get them from manufacturers with poor quality control.

The cost of nitrile gloves in bulk can vary substantially depending on thickness and on how many gloves per case you order. Our sales team will work with you to find the nitrile gloves wholesale price that makes sense for your budget and your bulk nitrile glove supply needs.

What can damage nitrile gloves?

Some types of chemicals can damage nitrile gloves, including acetates, concentrated acids, ketones, and aromatic solvents like benzene. Avoid contact with these substances while wearing nitrile. And although disposable nitrile gloves are resistant to ripping, tearing, and punctures they won’t stop a blade or a needle from harming you.

Still, these gloves offer good protection against many common toxic and irritating substances. That’s why they’re so commonly used in laboratory and medical settings and in the laboratory. Take a look at our nitrile glove chemical resistance chart to see how they can help you stay safe.

Are black nitrile gloves better than blue?

Black nitrile gloves can work better than other colors for jobs where there’s a possibility of dark stains on your hands. Materials like ink and grease don’t stand out against black, letting you maintain a crisp, professional appearance even when you’ve been working hard.

That’s why auto mechanics, tattoo artists, law enforcement officers, and many other dedicated professionals often prefer black nitrile gloves. However, orange and blue nitrile gloves are also popular choices, especially in the medical field or in industries where high visibility is valuable.

Is nitrile better than latex?

Nitrile beats latex in many crucial performance categories, including chemical resistance, durability, and lack of friction. Many people also have allergies to latex, making it a poor choice for customer-facing jobs. That’s why it’s often worth paying a little extra for nitrile — and you can keep your costs lower when you buy nitrile gloves in bulk.

Is nitrile stronger than vinyl?

Vinyl isn’t as strong as nitrile — like latex, but like latex, it tears more easily and is less puncture-resistant and chemical-resistant. Vinyl can be a good low-cost alternative to nitrile for food service tasks and other scenarios when your main concern is avoiding cross-contamination. But for rougher and higher-risk jobs, nitrile disposable gloves are better.