Firm Grip Suede Cowhide and Mesh Large Gloves-5143-06 - The Home Depot
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Firm Grip

Model # 5143-06

Internet # 202638592

Store SKU # 642110

Suede Cowhide and Mesh Large Gloves

Firm Grip Suede Cowhide and Mesh Large Gloves

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$5.98 / each


Model # 5143-06

Internet # 202638592

Store SKU # 642110

The Firm Grip Suede Cowhide and Mesh Large Gloves feature leather palms and mesh backs. These multi-purpose work gloves feature a large size. Mesh back allows for a more breathable glove.

  • Multi-purpose work gloves
  • Leather palms
  • Mesh backs
  • Thumb patches
  • Large size


Clothing Product Type 
tan and black 
Color Family 
Beige / Cream 
Contains Latex 
Glove Material 
Glove Size 
Glove Type 
Gloves & Mittens Product Type 
Outdoor & Work 
Heat resistant 
Kevlar stitching 
Knuckle strap/protection 
Leather Palm 
Machine Washable 
Mitten/glove style 
Nonslip grip 
Reinforced palm/palm pad 
Safety Features 
Safety cuff 
Spandex/stretchable back 
Thumb Patch 
Water Resistant 
Warranty / Certifications
Certifications and Listings 
No Certifications or Listings 
Manufacturer Warranty 


Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 15 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good quality for the price As you can tell by the pictures. These gloves get their workout! Like the freedom of the mesh back. I find the fingers nimble enough to pick up dropped nails yet sturdy enough to handle a full day of stacking cordwood or scrapmetal. Have not personally encountered blisters from these gloves. Good quality for the price. October 5, 2012
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Does the trick These are great gloves they feel great on your hands they have great grip and I would definitely recommend people buy them. March 24, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Suede Cowhide and Mesh Large Gloves Good work gloves for doing yard work, cutting timber, hauling trees. January 6, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good leather gloves....but The leather and stitching is very good. The mesh is pretty good, but it allows small bits of debris to pass through into the gloves and it ends up in the finger tips.....very annoying. I'm talking about saw dust, small wood chips, etc. July 22, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by alot of glove for the price i had bought a more expensive pair 4x this gloves price and the palm trees i trimmed ate right thru them with the occassional thorn poking trhu.when those expensive gloves gave out i went looking for a cheap quick replacement and bought these and to a surprise they hold out great tough and sturdy have had them for a few months now still goin tough few creases and a minor tear but for the price im for sure gettin another pair. January 14, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by amazing quality for the price It's amazing when you find something that the cheapest version is the best. Now with gloves there are some basic expectations. Grip, fit, breathability, comfort, and coverage. With that said, it also depends what you plan to use it on. For example, if you are someone that lifts rocks, uses shovels, etc, mostly manual labor, you want something very tough and durable. This usually means leather. If you want something that is a better fit, more comfortable, for things like handling tools and machinery (aka won't rub them down as much) then synthetics are fine. I enjoy synthetic gloves for most applications since they are a better fit (aren't as bulky so it's easy to handle smaller objects and do more detailed work). However i've worn down 50$ pairs in less then a week at my construction job. This is because the material isn't as durable as leather, and because of the stitching. Leather is usually one big piece of hide shapped into a glove. Synthetic gloves are stitched together at many points. If the material doesn't rip, the stitching will. Now when i think of leather gloves i think "big, long lasting, bulky, such a loose fit that dirt and other stuff gets in them from the wrist." These are still some what bulky, but not nearly as much. The wrist is a much less loose fit. When handling pallets and what not, i still get some dirt in them, but not nearly as much. If you are a carpenter or someone that requires hand protection, but not much, then synthetic gloves are the way to go. Otherwise, if you work a job that chews through gloves, i recommend these. I use synthetic for at home projects, but i use these for my job (which puts about 70 hours a week on them). May 20, 2013
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by suede cowhide and mesh large gloves the gloves did their job but tore easily on the mesh area on the back of the hand August 5, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Excellent quality especially for the price I have a pair of these gloves I bought more than 7 years ago... The hide provides good solid protection, while the mesh allows your hands to breath and the gloves to expand if necessary. My gloves would still be good if my solder flux hadn't somehow opened and spilled all over the gloves and dried up... I'm getting a new pair of these gloves tomorrow... June 16, 2014
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