Needlestick-resistant gloves resist punctures from hypodermic needles and have high resistance to cuts caused by handling glass, cable, and sharp blades. They are worn by sanitation workers when sorting trash and recycling, healthcare workers when working with patients or waste, and law-enforcement personnel. Knit needlestick-resistant gloves are breathable, provide good dexterity, and are seamless to reduce bulk between the fingers. Mechanics-style needlestick-resistant gloves have knuckle padding and palm coatings and are formfitting to provide comfortable protection. Leather needlestick-resistant gloves have a needlestick-resistant inner layer with a leather exterior. Needlestick-resistant glove liners are worn under other gloves.