"A whole lot of glove loving"
In the shop I am always looking for a good pari of durable gloves. Whether it's building a 21 ft deck, cutting down some lims, or getting grim out of the gutters. There is always a need for some great gloves and today I'm sharing some a great pair today. Firm Grip's Trade Master Large Tan Duck Canvas Gloves.
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The Firm Grip's Trade Master Large Tan Duck Canvas Gloves
are made of heavy-duty materials for comfort. The cotton duck conforms to your hand over time for best use. When wet the glove materiel dry quickly without stiffness. When I first tried on this gloves they were a little firm, but the more I used them, the more they loosened up. They are padded enough to where it really protects your hands but not enough to where you can't feel what you are doing.
These gloves are machine washable so anytime they get too dirty you can just pop them in the washing machine, but I have seen advice to not put them in the dryer. I plan to just hand-dry them to make sure they last longer.
The most notable feature in my eyes is the fact that these gloves are touchscreen compatible. Thats Right! No taking your gloves off to use our phone. I often use my phone in the shop and I absolutely hate when I have to take off my gloves to use my phone, so this was definitely an added plus for me.
These gloves come in all different sizes, so be sure to try on the size that fits you perfectly. Huge thumbs up to FIRM GRIP for helping me keep both my tools and hands safe in the shop.
Thanks for reading guys. XOXO, Ashley
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