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    I've been all Mechanix, but needed some new gloves, so I'm trying these. I like them, so far, so good. $8.99 w/coupon.

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    https://www.harborfreight.com/ultra-...rge-64175.html

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    Those are lot like the 25 dollar stihl gloves I burned a hole in
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    Quote Originally Posted by steveontheridge2 View Post
    Link doesn't show gloves
    Not sure why. Copy and past this link to your browser.

    tractorsupply.com/tsc/product/john-deere-mens-large-slip-on-leather-gloves
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    Those Ansell gloves look great. Might use them when filleting rockfish. Thanks.

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    As I get older I'm finding it harder to grip so I use a lot of these cheap work gloves that have the grippy dots. Not for cold, and slivers go right through. The knit style fits very comfortably.

    https://www.menards.com/main/grocery...509528&ipos=28
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    Quote Originally Posted by steveontheridge2 View Post
    As I've gotten older, the skin on the back of my hands has become ridiculously paper thin.
    To the point that they looked terrible. Wounds just appear out of nowhere and I have no idea
    how they happened.
    So I've taken to wearing these for just about doing anything.

    https://www.homedepot.com/p/Grease-M...2-32/301998019



    In the winter I've been wearing these for years. Usually pick up a couple pair a year. Price is good. Very nice gloves.

    https://www.lowes.com/pd/Cordova-Con...ves/1000117235
    Nowadays my hands are like that too. Getting older sucks. But it beats the alternative.
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    I normally wear a pair of light weight leather. Had a three pack from Home Depot a while ago that were really thin, but protected my hands, and formed right to your hand after wearing them a few times. I don't see them anymore.

    I'm looking around for a pair of waterproof insulated gauntlet gloves to use when I am snow blowing.
    Snow blowing back in my face I can stand, but I need my hands warm and dry.
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    While we are on the subject....not neccessarily for tractoring but a glove quest......

    Anyone know of a decent pair of decently priced wool gloves? I bought a cheap pair of 50/50 wool/synthetic at Walmart a few years ago. They are about the warmest gloves I have. But as with most of these imported gloves even the XL size is too small. They fit my hands OK but the fingers are too slender. Canít have gloves too tight or you donít get circulation.

    These wonít be for any kind of work - more for trips to the mailbox and some winter walks in the woods.

    Iím placing an order with LL Bean this weekend for a pair of boots while I have a 25% off coupon. Was thinking about trying these -

    https://www.llbean.com/llb/shop/5648...Charcoal&csp=a

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    Much like ear plugs and flashlights, there never seems to be a pair of gloves around when I need them. I try to leave a pair on the tractor, but I often grab them for use somewhere else....

    These are my work gloves. Nothing fancy, just leather palm textile backs... mechanics style work gloves, purchased wherever they're on sale...


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    I really like the Kinco 1917 pigskin palm gloves for summer use. For the winter I use the Kinco 1927KW pigskin palm gloves with a knit wrist for winter use.

    I treat both with snoseal and perform several coats to fully saturate the exterior with snoseal.

    https://www.kinco.com/product/1917

    https://www.kinco.com/product/1927kw


    I've considered grabbing a set of the Mechanix Durahide Original leather gloves to see how they are. https://www.mechanix.com/us-en/durah...leather-gloves
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