Rated 2.0 out of 5 by 4
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by HandyGuy Disappointing, low quality
I thought I was getting a 'deal', but these gloves are the cheapest, low quality gloves I've ever used. They look like the gloves I've used for many years, those heavy duty ones that last a long time. But these began to literally fall apart at the seams as soon as I put them on. I've been through all 3 in a single weekend! It's nice to save money once in a while, but very disappointing to just throw money away.
The gloves in the photo were worn for about half an hour at the most.
July 7, 2014
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by MrWonderful Terrible if you need to wash them for reuse!
Terrible when 40 were donated to our non-profit. The first wash they shedded and ripped apart. They are disposible use only, unable to gentle manchine wash. You can't use the dryer--worst! These gloves are not durable to be used on numerous times. They rip apart in the first wash, gentle cycle with no spin. Terrible!
April 27, 2013
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by TomLake Worst pair of gloves EVER!
No consistency between gloves in package - one glove is smaller, one is much larger, one has leather on fingers that is so hard that I can't bend my fingers. Another glove ripped as I'm putting it on. Terrible gloves. The gloves are completely unusable within a couple of hours.
May 31, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by KayB Excellent work gloves for the price!
Bought these to use for a work day removing debris from a our church house that we have had to renovate due to arson. We were tearing down a fireplace, hauling the bricks and stones, tile that had been chipped off of the floor, boards that had been pulled down (with nails), and other misc. These gloves were sturdy and held up well. Also used them to help remove some VERY sticky linoleum (three layers worth), so my pair became fairly coated with goo and I will not reuse them. The other two were in excellent shape, and should easily survive the entire project, if not more. Unlike the other reviewer, I don't wash work gloves. I use them for work, brush them off, shake them out, and then use them for more work. Although I paid for these myself instead of having them generously donated, I cannot complain about the one pair I abused and cannot use again. (Which would have been true of ANY pair of work gloves, and is true for the shoes I was wearing that are also covered in the same goo). At about 75 cents per glove, it was a small price to pay for something that was so useful in keeping my hands clean and safe.
July 11, 2013