Anders-als-andere Town & Country TGL429 Master Gardener Green Mens Gloves:Anders-als-andere
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Town & Country TGL429 Master Gardener Green Mens Gloves:Anders-als-andere

Town & Country
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Town & Country Published in September 21, 2018, 5:24 pm
 Town & Country TGL429 Master Gardener Green Mens Gloves:Anders-als-andere

Town & Country TGL429 Master Gardener Green Mens Gloves:Anders-als-andere

Price:£4.49+ Free shipping

Matthew Bowman
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Matthew Bowman Reply to on 5 December 2016
I wasn't initially convinced that these gloves would perform as well as they said on the listing.
I am convinced now,

I used these gloves to cut back a rose bush and my hands were completely protected from the thorns (please still take care around thorns though!).
I have used these gloves in both wet and dry weather and haven't found any negatives yet.
The gloves have been completely waterproof (excluding the cotton back section), even after battling with the rose bush.

I would recommend these gloves to anyone that has any gardening to do.
You can't really argue with the price either, so I bought a matching pair for my partner as well.
Here's Johnny
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Here's Johnny Reply to on 1 June 2016
Fairly good quality for the cost and give good protection but although labelled large I would say medium would be more accurate (male).
Asterias
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Asterias Reply to on 11 September 2014
I have been using these for the last three months for various jobs in the garden and they have been great.

Flexible and strong enough to tackle all jobs. I have washed them in the washing machine a few times. So far so good. They do get stained and I haven't been able to remove the stains, not that it matters a lot for a pair of gardening gloves!

There aren't any holes for ventilation though, so hands get a bit sweaty in warm weather after a few hours in the garden.

Update - four months later

Unfortunately thorns were the demise of them... I am ordering a second pair and I'll keep using them for other jobs in the garden but they are not suitable for handling thorns or other prickly flowers.
Aaron K.
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Aaron K. Reply to on 20 August 2018
I got my pair of gloves in June and after the initial few days of use, I stored it in my basement. My basement is not mouldy or wet. In fact, over much of the recent heatwave, the basement was cool as one would expect. I took the gloves out last weekend in August to use, and the path of rubber on both gloves had literally become a weird bright green gooey liquid. Unfortunately, I only found out after touching a few of the tools and closing a door, all of which now have a green mark on them. Not sure but this is the only pair of gloves with this issue, other gloves are all fine.
cerberus
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cerberus Reply to on 27 November 2014
There is no such thing as a perfect garden glove which is why most of us have several different types in the shed.
These may say thornproof but I would not risk anything really sharp as I'm sure it would penetrate, for that sort of job I use welders gloves.
But these are as good as any I have tried in this type and I recommend as far as I can, I suppose If someone made the perfect glove we would stop buying so many and that would not be good for business.
It will be interesting to see how long they last ?
Tony G
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Tony G Reply to on 13 July 2017
Good all round protection without making your hands sweat - probably need something toughr for jobs involving thorns
K
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K Reply to on 2 June 2017
Product is as expected and a good price. Only downside is that it has a pungent factory smell but hopefully over time this will go.
Wistiliamos
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Wistiliamos Reply to on 2 August 2014
Look good but do not protect sufficiently against thorns, ivy etc

Felt all the thorns through the gloves and although they did not penetrate, the pain and uncomfortable prick feeling when handling ivy hedge trimmings and thorny branches was still there.

I am going back to the thick leather gloves that protect so well, no pain or uncomfortable pricks.

These are okay for light weeding and pottering around the garden.
JBD
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JBD Reply to on 21 January 2018
I like these so much I bought a second pair for when metal detecting.

The do pong when first unwrapped but that too n goes. Excellent for messing about in wet shingle or sand.
Marian
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Marian Reply to on 26 August 2017
Very good product. Good protection, while allowing you to tie twine/string and other fiddly jobs.
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