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We are offering these gloves as Factory Seconds at a reduced price because our quality inspection found manufacturing defects. On some gloves, the nitrile coating has caused the gloves to stick together, so that separating the gloves causes the nitrile coating to peel off in some places. However, the gloves are still useful for gardening, painting and other household tasks. Also, the fit is a bit looser than our first-quality nitrile gloves. Sold as a set of six pairs, all one size; we choose the color(s). Sold as is; all sales are final
Don't be fooled by their lightweight appearance — these work gloves are tough as nails. Whether you're spreading compost, planting seeds or weeding, they'll keep your hands comfortable, clean and dry. The palms and fingers are coated with nitrile, an extremely tough yet thin and flexible material that can withstand punctures and even small thorns. Throw them in the wash when your work is done.
(based on 35 reviews)
of respondents would recommend this to a friend.
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By Gardener in Buffalo
from Buffalo, NY
These garden gloves are of good quality even though they are called seconds. I purchased the extra small, which is not easy to find. They fit perfectly, are flexible and comfortable. I like having several pairs handy which I would not ordinarily be able to buy. They did stick together slightly out of the package but were easy to separate and were not damaged.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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from hardy, va
I previously used the Atlas brand which was great. They lasted a year. The current gloves are cracking and falling apart within a week.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
Thumbs WAY UP
By MN Mima
from Lindstrom, MN
These were a BARGAIN. Now I can hand out gloves to all the grandkids when they are visiting and willing to help in the garden. Once they get dirty, the stickiness goes away, and they are just good gardening gloves.
Nitrile Gloves - Seconds
from Plano TX
Putting our new above ground planter boxes together, filling them up with dirt, planting, etc!
By Silly Old Lady
from North Port, FL
These may be seconds but they are holding up better than any I had bought from around here.
Inexpensive gardening gloves that work
I am in the yard everyday for hours and I go through gloves very quickly. These last longer than the price reflects and when they finally get a hole, I happily reach into my pot of gloves and grab a new pair.
from Rochester, MA
We put these to the test. We've been building a wooded retaining wall and we're working on the finishing touches. Laying in drain rock and back filling while picking out the rocks. We've worked on this for the past 4 weekends and I finally wore out 1 pair of these gloves. My expensive store bought coated gloves lasted just a long... but they were expensive!
(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)
By Yankee gardener
from West Harford CT
Since I wear out garden gloves very rapidly --- especially the right hands, I always welcome finding good ones at a reduced price. It does take a little effort to separate the fingers when the individual packages are first opened but this is not a big problem
(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)
Great gloves, even the "factory seconds"
from Baton Rouge, LA
I bought the imperfect, or "factory seconds" of these gloves in a multi-pack thinking that, for the price, they were worth a try. I received a pack of all the same color gloves. They were a little stuck together, but came apart easily and the coating was intact. They are not sticky now after being pulled apart. Great gloves for getting dirty and they breathe better than my leather gloves which is a big plus in the heat of summer.
(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)
from Cave Creek, AZ
You pull these apart; they are stuck together. Bright colors. The palm part is simply tough tough and still flexible. VERY flexible. I keep one in the house for opening jars and the mate of the pair in the car for pulling up stubborn car door locks! FIVE more pairs to use or give away. Not perfect for a "perfect" gift, but my sister is getting a pair for her birthday!
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