Cold-condition gloves and mitts are insulated to keep hands warm when handling cold items or when working in cold environments. They are worn when working outdoors, restocking frozen food, and when working on fishing boats or in cold storage rooms. Leather gloves resist wear and provide a balance of abrasion resistance and dexterity and are used in forestry, landscaping, and general construction. Mechanics-style gloves have good dexterity and are often worn when performing basic tasks in general maintenance and repair operations. Cold-resistant rubber gloves are insulated to keep hands warm and are resistant to water and nonhazardous liquids.