Rated 2.5 out of 5 by 25
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by HNGP Fall Apart with Little Use
Overview says 'ideal for heavy duty outdoor work'. Used three times for light garden chores and stitching came undone causing many holes. Tossed in washer to clean and glove liners came apart. Basically unusable and returned to Customer Service that promptly and courteously refunded the item.
June 16, 2014
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by falsedawn Cheap, and it shows
These are fine for lightweight stuff like pushing a wheelbarrow around and maybe some very non vigorous raking/digging. However, these things will literally disintegrate at the first hint of any type of work that involves abrasion. The stitching just rips apart and the things turn to tatters.
After 1 minute of chipping (I have to push wood into the chute), the fingers were gone and the palm was flapping like a very flappy thing.
Also, get these wet and you may as well throw them away as they stink and turn gross.
So, they are cheap, but apparently made of cheese and spit, so I cannot recommend them.
April 14, 2014
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by ilovemississippi Didn't pay much but..
These were used maybe 4 times. The first two times were pulling weeds. I used them because of all the spiders that were in the flower bed. I hate spiders. The 3rd use, was just to protect my hands from blisters when I had to swing an axe to cut up a huge tree branch that fell during a storm. They did do a good job protecting my hands. A little big, but not too big. I'm the small one. Now, the 4th time was pulling weeds out of another flower bed. I pulled some grass, and one of the fingers ripped off. It wasn't sharp or hard grass, they just ripped. I'm giving them 3 stars for the fact that they were cheap and they did protect my hands from blisters and those awful spiders. Just wish they had held up a little longer. They were handy.
July 24, 2012
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by RednexToyz Value Priced
I consider these gloves as "disposable" because they are value priced. You get what you pay for with these gloves. The material is descent and the stiching seems to be the weak link in the glove. Ideal for hand protection while moving firewood, stacking bricks or swinging an axe but don't try anything that requires a high level of dexterity.
September 12, 2012
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Richard Good deal
For a couple bucks, these gloves were an excellent deal. They won't last forever, but the leather makes them much more durable than cloth, and they give pretty good hand protection.
February 3, 2012
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by RangerJammies What gives
I bought a pair of these last year, less than two dollars and I put em through everything. Slinging giant hoses at work six days a week, even light welding duties. Decided to replace em today cause my wife didn't like that I used them to keep my hands warm when we'd go out to dinner (they're pretty filthy and have a few holes in them) so I grabbed another pair today, just under two bucks like the last pair. Got em home, wore them while I took some rust off an old cart with a grinder and wire cup. Looked at my hand when I finished and wouldn't you know one of the fingers is scorched and the other three are ripped wide open. The heck.
If I'd have known they were that bad I would have just wrapped a couple dollar bills around my hands. Leave out the middle man.
February 1, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by RetiredOSU2013 Used once, holes in the thumb
I purchased for $1.97, then at home I swept the sidewalk and mowed the lawn and noticed that the right-hand thumb area had a hole in it already. These are comfortable but not built for any wear and tear. I will return and buy something that will last.
March 5, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by SVBG Unuseable, fall apart immediately
These are so cheaply made they immediately fall apart. We bought about 20 of them for work and they were all the same. They're like fake work gloves.
July 17, 2014