RHS gold leaf tough touch gloves

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Buy RHS gold leaf tough touch gloves: <br> <ul><strong><li>Endorsed by the RHS</li><li>Thorn and water resistant</li><li>Extended cuff to protect wrists and arms</li></strong></ul><br>As gardeners, we know the perils of pruning. It's a tough job that needs tough gloves!<br><br>Made in the UK from high quality deerskin leather, these Tough Touch gloves offer you premium protection against scratches and scrapes, while being supple enough to give you plenty of movement.<br><br>The soft, pliable leather makes these gloves like a second skin, with far more comfort than you'd expect from such a robust glove. <br><br>The gold grain leather has been specially treated to make these gloves water resistant, so they'll keep your hands warm and dry in practically all weathers. <br><br>Perhaps our favourite feature, the extended gauntlet is roomy enough to fit over any sleeve. Essential for protecting those oft-neglected wrists and forearms during heavy pruning.<br><br>A hard-wearing reliable and comfortable pair of gloves that will rise to any challenge you set them.<br><br>


  • Endorsed by the RHS
  • Thorn and water resistant
  • Extended cuff to protect wrists and arms

As gardeners, we know the perils of pruning. It's a tough job that needs tough gloves!

Made in the UK from high quality deerskin leather, these Tough Touch gloves offer you premium protection against scratches and scrapes, while being supple enough to give you plenty of movement.

The soft, pliable leather makes these gloves like a second skin, with far more comfort than you'd expect from such a robust glove.

The gold grain leather has been specially treated to make these gloves water resistant, so they'll keep your hands warm and dry in practically all weathers.

Perhaps our favourite feature, the extended gauntlet is roomy enough to fit over any sleeve. Essential for protecting those oft-neglected wrists and forearms during heavy pruning.

A hard-wearing reliable and comfortable pair of gloves that will rise to any challenge you set them.

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Excellent gloves

5

You can grab brambles with these gloves and not get hurt, which is surprising as you also get a lot of feeling through them. They are now the only gardening gloves I will bother with.

Libydee

Bristol

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Fantastic durable and comfortable gloves

5

After years of searching, these are the best gardening gloves I have found. Brilliant for pruning roses and weeding out nettles. Splash proof, but if they get too wet, you do end up with yellow fingers. The long gauntlets are very good against brambles and thorns. Highly recommended and I am ordering my second pair after years of use.

Pepper the Dog

Gloucestershire

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Gold leaf tough touch gloves

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