A: These leather gloves are tuff and i love them.. I use them for yard work; breaking branches, lifting wood stock, daily use.. A sharp edge or blade will definitely cut the leather. I would not reccomend any kind of leather or cloth gloves when handling sharp panels. Hope this helps. JB
A: You could say they're "Hurricane Irma Tested and Proven." This answer is from a confirmed purchaser and user of these gloves. In full disclosure, I am a Home Depot employee, however I'm not being compensated by The Home Depot for this answer. I purchased the gloves for personal use when preparing for and recovering from Hurricane Irma in Naples, Florida. They protected my hands from broken glass and plastic bottles and containers; aluminum and steel hurricane panels and shutters; torn aluminum beverage cans; torn aluminum down spouts, gutters, siding and soffit; damaged aluminum window frames and broken window glass; broken concrete roof tiles; aluminum and steel screen used for stucco walls; and nails and screws protruding through pieces of wood. These materials never punctured the thick protective leather or denim and my hands were never injured when using these gloves. Don't confuse low cost with low quality. These gloves are substantial, heavy duty hand protection. So, yes, I believe they would work well for handling aluminum storm panels.
A: should be ok for this task
A: I think they would be ok for that.
A: I think Home depot has smaller sizes.
A: I think Home depot carries various sizes .
A: Because they a five bucks.
A: Thank you for your recent inquiry with The Home Depot, Bill. This particular glove is not available in extra large, however we carry a wide variety that are extra large you can view here: http://www.homedepot.com/b/Tools-Hardware-Workwear-Safety-Gear-Equipment-Workwear-Apparel-Work-Gloves/Extra-Large/Leather/N-5yc1vZc260Z1z0z9oqZ1z1404g We appreciate your business and look forward to serving you in the future. Thank you for shopping Home Depot.