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Puncture Resistant Gloves Protect Your Hands
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Puncture Resistant Gloves Protect Your Hands

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Stock Number Item Description Availability Price Order Qty
03P03.04 Safety H.D. Work Gloves (M)
In Stock $34.60  
03P03.05 Safety H.D. Work Gloves (L)
In Stock $34.60  
03P03.06 Safety H.D. Work Gloves (XL)
In Stock $34.60  
03P03.01 Safety Garden Gloves (M)
In Stock $38.75  
03P03.02 Safety Garden Gloves (L)
In Stock $38.75  
03P03.03 Safety Garden Gloves (XL)
In Stock $38.75  
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These gloves offer maximum protection against punctures - whether thorns, splinters, wire, or needles - as well as provide superior cut protection. The blue colored Safety H.D. Gloves are designed for very tough work, using 2 layers of special puncture and extra-cut-protection fabric. They excel at barbed wire work, demolition, and materials handling (such as broken glass).

The Safety Garden Gloves are maximally puncture resistant, using 4 layers of special puncture resistant material with good cut protection. These excel at heavy duty gardening, especially with cacti or other plants that have severe thorns. Both are machine washable, breathable, and stretch.

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Overall Rating :3.5 
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1  - 
Not Puncture Resistant
Reviewed By:   (Tifton, Georgia) 
Because my property has many, many blackberry bushes, I ordered these "puncture resistant" gloves so I could pick up the trimmed blackberry plants without getting punctured by their thorns. First one I picked up during the first trimming today punctured my finger. These gloves are far from puncture resistant. I would definitely NOT recommend these gloves as puncture resistant.

2  - 
Good Side/Bad Side.
Reviewed By:   (Kirkland, WA) 
I bought these gloves primarily to use in removing holly which grows like a weed here. First the good. The protective side works well. I can even crunch the holly in my fist and feel totally protected. What's not so good is the rest of my hand is totally unprotected by the flimsy green material which does come in contact with the holly a lot. The design of the back is also bad with an opening to the skin at the back of the hand at the strap. Unfortunately they are a bit stiff and uncomfortable on the palm/fingers as well on the inside. So..with a few red spots on the inside of my hand and numerous punctures on the back of my hands, I'm not so happy with these gloves. If the protective side could be combined with leather backs maybe the problem could be solved.

3  - 
Not as good as expected
Reviewed By:   (Delafield, WI) 
I bought these as I work with a lot of rose bushes. They are good gloves but definitely not great gloves for thorns. Not worth the money. I am disappointed.

2  - 
Not for Cacti 2.0
Reviewed By:   (Scottsdale, AZ) 
I have to agree with IKF. I bought these gloves (Garden Gloves) on your suggestion they were cactus thorn resistant. First day out, my wife went to transplant two Mexican Fencepost cacti in our front yard, and was bandaging up her hands before putting my own heavy leather gloves over the Garrett Wade gloves. You might want to field test these type of things before you make a claim. Please come on out to the desert with your new models. We'll be glad to put them to a real test.

1  - 
Good Idea, Poor Execution
Reviewed By:   (Springfield, Oregon) 
My wife and I live on a small farm in Oregon that was a vacant property for five years, and we constantly battle the wild blackberries that spread across the property, as well as thistles that spread in the pastures. Both have very nasty thorns. We usually wear heavy leather gloves when cutting the canes and plants and hauling them out, but even those sometimes get pierced by the thorns. I bought a pair of these for my wife, hoping they'd offer better protection, but they're worthless. The puncture resistant material is only on the palm side surfaces. The back of your hand, and even the sides of your fingers, are only covered in a thin stretchy material of the sort that inexpensive garden gloves are made of, which offers no protection whatsoever. We're sending these back, and will keep using the leather gloves.

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