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Stanley Heavy-Duty Cowhide Leather Work Gloves
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great deal. Thanks.

Always good to have an extra pair (or two). Thanks MC!

Excellent price. Great Deal! Thanks!

In 4 1. Thanks OP!

Thanks, Mistercheap. In 4 1.

Thanks, in for 1

Size large only? Any deals on smaller sizes?

Aren't these usually found for $2 most everywhere?

Regardless, I find that paying more for gloves is usually well worth it, because they last longer, dry quicker and are easier to work in. I'll wear holes in those things within a month, while a better pair will last me a year or more.

$1.49 in Northern stores today, same size, large. Virginia.

Which ones would you buy?

rogun said:   Aren't these usually found for $2 most everywhere?

Regardless, I find that paying more for gloves is usually well worth it, because they last longer, dry quicker and are easier to work in. I'll wear holes in those things within a month, while a better pair will last me a year or more.

If you need an inexpensive pair of leather gloves go to Harbor Freight. Their B&M ad for August has an assortment of leather gloves on sale. E.g.,

Split Leather, Lot No. 67440/69396/69455/97115, 1 pair @ $1.29
Industrial, Lot No. 66287, 5 pair @ $6.99
All Purpose, Lot No. 66291, 5 pair @ $7.49
Leather Palm Patch, Lot No. 66292, 5 pair @ 8.99

fobber888 said:   Which ones would you buy?

rogun said:   Aren't these usually found for $2 most everywhere?

Regardless, I find that paying more for gloves is usually well worth it, because they last longer, dry quicker and are easier to work in. I'll wear holes in those things within a month, while a better pair will last me a year or more.


First, I'm not a glove expert or a thread killer, but I do like to help people save money, in return for all the help I've received.

I don't have a favorite brand or type of glove and just buy whatever looks good (although I do prefer them to have some synthetic mesh, rather then all leather.) Home Depot has many choices, in various sizes, but I never find anything I like there. I purchased my last pair at WalMart and these look like them here:

http://www.walmart.com/ip/Custom-Leathercraft-Landscaper-Gloves/...

But I only paid around $15 for mine and wouldn't pay the price they're asking here, btw.

I think my favorite pair of gloves came from Harbor Freight and I think these are them here:

http://www.harborfreight.com/mechanics-gloves-large-93640.html

They're pretty basic, but they're tight enough to hold small things, they're durable and offer decent protection, and they dry quickly. I don't work on cars, but they work great for general landscaping, yard work and anything you'd use the other ones to do.

I find both pairs worth the extra money, because they're just easier to work in.

Got my order today. It included a free sample of 5-Hour Energy. That was unexpected.

kshell said:   If you need an inexpensive pair of leather gloves go to Harbor Freight. Their B&M ad for August has an assortment of leather gloves on sale. E.g.,

Split Leather, Lot No. 67440/69396/69455/97115, 1 pair @ $1.29
Industrial, Lot No. 66287, 5 pair @ $6.99
All Purpose, Lot No. 66291, 5 pair @ $7.49
Leather Palm Patch, Lot No. 66292, 5 pair @ 8.99


Used these and both hands broke out in a red rash...never again!



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