After two days these worthless pieces of fabric are already falling apart, with broken stitches, the fake leather has worn down to the underlying fabric, and you could almost call at least one of the gloves a "fingerless" model by now. Scope of work was pulling electrical cable, and running some plumbing pipe; relatively lightweight work.
Great fit on these gloves, very comfortable. easy to wear for most all work. Only problem is, don't let them get damp or wet!!! They are not colorfast. The black dye will bleed all over your hands and it is really hard to get to get the dye off your skin. I even tried to wash the gloves and rinse/wring them out several time, but they still stained my hands.
I do electrical work and struggled for a long time trying to find gloves that were thin enough and had good grip for my line of work. These have everything I need. The only problem is the quality is horrible. These things fall apart quickly. I find myself at home depot once a month buying new gloves. I would have no problem spending $5 or $10 a month on a new pair but $15, come on. Until I find another brand that fits my needs I guess I'm stuck paying for these.
Looks Great, Nice Design, Comfortable, thin
Glove has a natural feel to it so picking up screws, bolts etc. you don't have to remove a glove. How ever the outer finger stitching should be on the inside after 3 weeks the middle finger on both gloves came a part causing the finger to poke through ever time I use them which was daily now I have to buy another pair. I really like these gloves which are specific to my job.
The ratings are low, paying $15 every 3 weeks it's not worth it. If the craftsmanship of the glove stays the same then the price needs to be $5 or less.
Good Size & Weight, Nice Design
Not Durable, price
I bought several pairs of these gloves to use for hiking because they are pretty lightweight and don't have a lot of loud brand names spread all over them. They work great for this purpose as I do a lot of scrambling over granite rocks, pushing through brush and trees. These gloves protect my hands and are thin enough I can use my camera without taking them off.
These are the best shooting gloves I have ever purchased. Instead of dropping $50-$75 for "name brand" gloves, I used these and found it VERY easy to conduct reloads (AR-15), shoot, and easily transition to a pistol. Drawing from the holster and magazine exchanges were very easy because the leather is thin, yet durable. I won't buy Oakley, Hatch, etc. again.
Durable, Easy to Clean, Easy to Use, Looks Great, Good Size & Weight, Nice Design
Very poor quality, especially for the price. Bought a pair and within half an hour the end of one of the fingers opened up due to defective stitching. Exchanged them the following weekend and within a couple hours of light work on a woodworking project, the stitching on the side of one of the fingers separated. If these were a $3 pair of gloves it'd be one thing, but for $15 a pair it's totally unacceptable.
I used a pair of these gloves for a part-time stocking job at a grocery store handling and opening cardboard boxes. They fit nicely providing for a good "feel" while wearing gloves. The grip was nice for the short time they lasted. The gloves started coming apart at the seams and the synthetic coating that gives them their grip started flaking off by the fourth use. By the sixth use, there was no more of the synthetic grippy coating left on the thumb, index and middle fingers of the gloves. I would not recommend these for anything except for casual wear or very occasional use for light-duty work.
Good Size & Weight, grip ( though very temproary)