RHS gold leaf dry touch gloves

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Buy RHS gold leaf dry touch gloves: <br><ul> <strong><li>Endorsed by the RHS</li><li>Fully lined</li><li>Water resistant</li></strong></ul><br>Made from soft, pliable deerskin leather, these Dry Touch gloves will help you garden in warmth, comfort and style.<br><br>With a soft fleece lining, the gloves are cosy and snug, and the strong, supple leather makes them flexible enough for everyday use without compromising on toughness.<br><br>The high-quality leather has been treated to make these gloves water resistant - an absolute must if you're in one of the wetter parts of the UK!<br><br>The gloves are ideal for potting, weeding and light pruning. For heavy pruning, we'd recommend the extra protection of Tough Touch gloves.<br><br>A great pair of general purpose gloves that will be your constant companion in the garden.


  • Endorsed by the RHS
  • Fully lined
  • Water resistant

Made from soft, pliable deerskin leather, these Dry Touch gloves will help you garden in warmth, comfort and style.

With a soft fleece lining, the gloves are cosy and snug, and the strong, supple leather makes them flexible enough for everyday use without compromising on toughness.

The high-quality leather has been treated to make these gloves water resistant - an absolute must if you're in one of the wetter parts of the UK!

The gloves are ideal for potting, weeding and light pruning. For heavy pruning, we'd recommend the extra protection of Tough Touch gloves.

A great pair of general purpose gloves that will be your constant companion in the garden.

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the best gardening gloves ever!

5

these gloves make excellent presents for keen gardeners. They are packaged well and look good.

Liz

Hebden Bridge, W. Yorks.

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Brilliant!!

4

As a full time horticulturist I adore gloves that are really hard wearing, comfortable and practical. I also have small hands so these gloves fit me perfectly, which makes a change as kids gloves are too small, and men's gloves dwarf my hands!! The only minor criticism I have of these gloves is that the seam/leather on the fingertips can wear through quite quickly, even when the rest of the glove is still in pristine condition. I swear by Gold Leaf gloves, and won't wear anything else, but if the fingertips could be reinforced somehow ... that would make them even better than they already are!!

Lonnwy

South Wales

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Gold leaf dry touch gloves

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