fall clean up apparel(gloves)

Discussion in 'Landscape Maintenance' started by RSK Property Maintenance, Nov 25, 2013.

  1. krzys555

    krzys555 LawnSite Member
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    Try these gloves
    http://www.harborfreight.com/cold-resistant-pvc-gloves-in-orange-large-99691.html

    They are usually sold as a different brand for snow blowing. They work extremely well. They keep you dry even in the snow. If your hands sweat i recommend 2 pairs as they will take a day to dry out on the inside. They are also longer then most ski gloves so they go a little past your wrists.

    They do get dirty and need to be washed every once in a while, especially after doing tree work. they take a while to air dry. i have not put them in a dryer as they are plastic on the outside. Not good for precis work with nuts and bolts, as they are thick gloves.
     
  2. windflower

    windflower LawnSite Bronze Member
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    You could try sealskinz. My wife loves hers. I just use fleece lined leather work gloves with thinsulate, but it rarely gets very cold here.
     
  3. TX Easymoney

    TX Easymoney LawnSite Platinum Member
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  4. RSK Property Maintenance

    RSK Property Maintenance LawnSite Bronze Member
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    Last edited: Nov 26, 2013
  5. sven1277

    sven1277 LawnSite Senior Member
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    I wear the gray Atlas gloves too. Cheap and they last. I still have to pull my fingers in sometimes when using the backpack. I try to pulse my hand to keep the blood flowing.
     
  6. Joel D

    Joel D LawnSite Member
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    Two pairs of brown 99 cents gas station gloves, and a straw for sucking it up works for me.
     
  7. RSK Property Maintenance

    RSK Property Maintenance LawnSite Bronze Member
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    i ordered the iron clad tundra gloves good down to 0* and they seems good so far, but wouldn't you know this whole week is gonna be in 40's and 50's....so just regular gloves for this week.
     
  8. M&A Property Maintenance

    M&A Property Maintenance LawnSite Member
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    I use the ironclad cold condition gloves. They work pretty well. Wish they were waterproof. Other than that, they keep my hands pretty warm.
     

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