Winter work gloves

Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by cvcook, Jan 10, 2011.

  1. cvcook

    cvcook LawnSite Member
    Messages: 217

    Here where I live it doesn't get near as cold as other parts of the country, but my hands still get cold, so what kind of gloves you use to keep your hands from freezing that are thin enough for mowing tree pruning etc....
  2. rain man

    rain man LawnSite Silver Member
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  3. ashgrove landscaping

    ashgrove landscaping LawnSite Gold Member
    Messages: 3,529

    kinco gloves at the hardware store work the best for everything
  4. Robert Pruitt

    Robert Pruitt LawnSite Senior Member
    Messages: 552

    Carhartt and Stihl have thin pair with leather palms.
  5. GreenI.A.

    GreenI.A. LawnSite Silver Member
    Messages: 2,131

    Real men don't wear gloves!

    unless I'm out side actually working in the snow shovelling or something, I usually use the "machanics" gloves. Obviously every area has different temperatures and we all have different tollerances levels. As far as the best gloves go I think we would all agree the best type of gloves are the ones where one glove doesn't mysteriously disapear
  6. FLAhaulboy

    FLAhaulboy LawnSite Senior Member
    Messages: 852

    I wear these, not bad for $10 bucks. I love fleece! I also have several other more bulky Redhead insulated gloves.

    Bought a pair of these recently:

    I wear this glove more than any other glove out there. The rubber coating is great when griping a chainsaw or anything, etc. Use to buy this type glove at Walmart but they increased their price to nearly twice the amount Harbor wants. I just bought (5) pair of these today:
  7. Bumpmaster

    Bumpmaster LawnSite Fanatic
    Messages: 19,815

    Kinco gloves are great unless you are golfing. :cry:
  8. dwost

    dwost LawnSite Bronze Member
    Messages: 1,667

    Mechanix winter gloves, love em.
  9. lotsagrass

    lotsagrass LawnSite Senior Member
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  10. TMlawncare

    TMlawncare LawnSite Bronze Member
    Messages: 1,199

    For real winter work, I mean the brutel, cold, wet -10+ windchill temps, the Atlas "snowblower" waterproof gloves are hard to beat. They simply do not get wet and they keep your hands warm and dry. Expensive though.

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