From：Join High (Xiamen) Fiber Tech Co., LTD Release time：2018-08-08
Compsoite yarns are the reason that you can have high cut resistance in a glove without losing dexterity.
Examples of high-strength yarns would be Dyneema or Kevlar.
2. Hardness (dulling):
An example of hard yarn would be stainless steel, which is often a primary component in composite yarns.
3. Lubricity (slickness):
Slippery yarns such as TenActiv™ or Dyneema allow a blade to slide over their surface without cutting through.
4. Rolling action (knit construction):
Most knit gloves allow the individual yarns to ‘roll’ as a sharp edge slides over them, producing somewhat of a ball-bearing effect; the edge slides across without cutting through the material.