Gold Leaf Dry Touch Gloves
These luxurious Gold Leaf Dry Touch gardening gloves are soft, supple and extremely comfortable to wear and offer a high level of dexerity - and not only that, the leather has been treated to offer resistance to water too
These luxurious Gold Leaf Dry Touch gardening gloves are soft, supple and extremely comfortable to wear and offer a high level of dexerity - and not only that, the leather has been treated to offer resistance to water too.
It's not surprising when you take into account the dry touch gloves are manufactured using a softer very pliable grain leather - they'll be no turning to a rock hard mould of your hand with these gardening gloves - and they'll return to their exceptionally comfortable, supple state no matter how wet they get.
- Gold Leaf Dry Touch Gloves available in two sizes - Ladies (Out of Stock) and Gents
- Suitable for a variety of gardening purposes
- Pliable enough to tackle potting, weeding and light pruning in comfort
- For heavy pruning, we recommend the Gold Leaf Tough Touch gloves
- Features a full lining throughout
- Extra comfort and warmth
- Leather water resistant treated
These gloves are the most comforable gloves I have ever used by far. I am now on my third pair over at least 5 years. They fit well & do not hamper your feel for things. Even if they get wet they dry out & soon become supple again. An excellent buy.
Like all gardening gloves the weak spot is the tips due to constant weeding, but other than that they are absolutely perfect. I have tried many others but these are by far the best and they do exactly what "is on the packet"!
What The Press Say
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Best Buy - Gold Leaf Dry Touch Gloves - Best for Winter. These flexible, soft-leather gloves are much more expensive than our other 'Best Buys' but we think they're worth investing in because they're water-resistant, robust enough for tougher jobs and extremely comfy to boot. We found that the one-size men's or ladies gloves stretched to fir our different hand sizes well. They're toasty warm, good at resisting water and very protective, making them a great choice for winter gardening. The only downsides are that the cuffs are a bit baggy, so soil can get in at the top and the fabric is thick, which can make some delicate tasks more difficult. They don't stiffen much if you get them wet, but machine washing them decreases their water-resistance, so best avoided.
Winner of Garden Answers Best Gloves Award 2008