They are comfortable and perform beautifully. Comfortable and durable. They are sturdy enough to protect from thorny plants.
The glove is made of perfect material for gardening. The grip & the comfort is better than any other gardening glove i've owned. The last pic is the 1 pair of gloves i’ve used since april. These gloves are stretchy and very comfortable.
They're good for light weeding, as long as the weeds aren't thorny, but not suitable for pruning or heavy weeding. They prohibit even basic movement. The wrist fabric needs to be pulled up around your wrist otherwise it rolls.
As someone with raynauds it’s very important that i keep my hands as warm as possible. These provide some warmth. When you put it over a shirt or jacket, it keeps any cold air from blowing up the sleeve and keeps your whole upper body and arms warmer.... Read More
These do the trick! They're not itchy, they fit well, and they're cute! And they wash up nicely, wear well. They fit perfectly and protect me from their claws.
The materials are soft and doesn't feel like gritty cheap socks cut open at the toes. They're definitely not super soft but that's the difference between a $50 pair of hand made wool version. Breathable but cozy. Super cute, soft and warm.
I wanted gloves that let me hold my iguanas properly as well as provide protection for my arms/pinkies. This is far preferable and why people ever stopped using these gloves of a bygone era, i have no idea! Bought one for a gift for my co-worker. Thes... Read More
They get all bunchy around the wrist area and dkne stay up your arm at all. They barely cover your knuckles and my hands are tiny. Within a couple of days they stretched out and my arms and hands are certainly not big enough to stretch anything out.
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