Now, gardeners in the US can enjoy the unmatched durability and legendary comfort of Gold Leaf Gloves. Boasting exceptionally high-quality materials and workmanship, Gold Leaf Gloves stand up to tough tasks yet remain soft and pliable. One of the few select products ever endorsed by Britain’s Royal Horticultural Society, Gold Leaf gloves are used by the gardeners at Buckingham Palace! Winter Touch Gloves are made with high quality cowhide with an extra layer of split cowhide on the palm. A Thinsulate thermal lining keeps hands warm even in the coldest weather, and an additional Ski-Dri waterproof, breathable lining ensures hands stay dry, too. They’re perfect for winter pruning, snow shoveling and cold weather sports. The gloves start out snug; as you wear them they stretch and conform to the contours of your hand like a custom-tailored glove. Choice of two sizes: Women's or Men's. Women with large hands may want to order the Men's size.
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By Tough on gloves
Comments about : Women's Winter Touch™ Gloves:
Gift for my husband who goes through several pairs of gloves each season. He really likes these - extremely durable, has handled every job & still going! Made it through 2 seasons & no sign of wearing out. Not sure when he will need another pair, but will keep an extra pair on hand. He gives them 5 Stars!
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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from Western New York
I have been in the landscaping business for 29 years. These gloves are probably the best investment that I have made in quite a while. Having poor circulation in my extremities, I have tried numerous types of gloves and mittens, even with hand warmers, nothing worked. For some reason, these gloves keep my fingers warm and dry while allowing enough dexterity to work efficiently. Great gloves!!!
Fantastic robust glove
from west springfield, MA.
Used these gloves all winter and also for occasional wet jobs around the pond in warmer weather as they are waterproof.I have average sized hands and although these gloves start off tight they need wearing in like shoes because of the really thick, warm lining which then compacts down with wear.Hope I'm getting another pair for Christmas!
They really keep my hands warm
I have very small hands and very few gloves keep them warm. These work. I use them walking the dog who will walk no matter the weather.
I use these all winter
These gloves are warm on dry days. They are not a substitute for wool mittens in the middle of winter, but you need the dexterity at times.
(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)
Solid gloves for mild winter
from Carlisle, MA
Although I have the same gripe about these as their uninsulated partners - made in China but GS chooses to only mention England in the description - I give these a tepid "would recommend" since it is so hard to find insulated work gloves that are supple enough to work in. Also, since they're insulated, the price point (for a made in China item) is more appropriate. I think they will stand up to one or two winters of tough use and they are comfortable and not too bulky. But... The one size fits all is nonsense - pretty sure these will only work for people in the middle of the size chart.
Great Gloves - Perfect Gift!
from Seattle, WA
Bought these for my husband and son (who both work on the garden) and ordered an extra pair as a gift for my gardening brother-in law. Everyone was pleased. Wet, cold weather is part of our life in the winter, but chores still need to be done before those first buds appear in the spring!
(4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)
Ladies, measure your hands
By Knitting Crazy
I have large hands for a woman - 8 1/4" around the base of the four fingers - and so I followed the website instructions and ordered the men's. Big mistake; these winter gloves are huge. I had a man with larger hands than mine try them on. They were large on him too, no chance of the tight fit we are told to expect. Perhaps that does not apply to the winter ones? These are also very bulky so they are unlikely to be of any more use in the garden in winter than any other warm winter gloves you already have at home.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
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