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Get a grip on wet work in these hard-working waterproof gloves. Keep your hands cozy and dry while washing the car and doing messy yardwork and garden chores. Double-dipped in flexible, lightweight latex for strength, durability and comfort. Ridged fingers and palm give you a firm, non-slip grip on tools. Knit cuff helps keep debris out. Not suitable for those with a latex allergy.
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from Toledo, WA
Comments about : Wonder Grip Waterproof Gloves:
They have a good grip without being to cumbersome on your hands.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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Wonder grip gloves great
Great for working in and around pond!
Very good gardening glove
By Rosie the riveter
from Efingham, Il
I like the fact that when you pull weeds, your hands do not get all wet and dirty, because there is never any leakage.
Twice as nice!
from North Carolina
I liked these gloves so much that I immediately ordered another pair. The coverage is very good, and they even protected my nails!
Best dirt gloves ever
On my third pair. Each pair lasted over 2 years and I'm in one of my 4 flower gardens every day from spring thru fall. These are especially perfect for dirt, wet dirt, outdoor cleaning or other wet projects.
Waterproof Garden Gloves
from Boise, ID
These gloves are great. They are waterproof and a little longer than regular gloves. I really like them.
Love these gloves
from Sunman, In
Nice waterproof gloves, can pick up small objects.Just what I needed
Great warm weather gloves
By Farmer Girl
Great gloves for warm weather that keep your hands clean and dry. Hopeful for a cold weather style.
My "Go To" garden glove
from Corvallis, Oregon
I own a lot of garden gloves, but these gloves are almost always the ones I use. I like the fact that they are entirely waterproof and durable. The cuff on the bottom does a good job of keeping dirt and debris out. The one down side to them (and it's inevitable for the material) is that they don't breathe. If you have sweaty hands, I might consider avoiding them, but I've been happy enough that I own multiple pairs because I'm not the most organized gardener and covered with dirt I don't think they are most easy gloves to see. I think it would nice the manufacturer made these neon colors.
Absolutely Love these gloves!
from Sequim, Washington
These are my favorite gloves for just about everything from gardening to painting to washing the car. They are very durable and they keep my hands dry, warm and protected. I have bought them for Christmas presents for my gardening friends.
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