RHS gold leaf winter touch gloves

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Buy RHS gold leaf winter touch gloves: <ul><strong><li>Endorsed by the RHS</li><li>Waterproof and thermal</li><li>Hardwearing reinforced palms</li></strong></ul><br>Gardening in harsh conditions can be taxing, but the right equipment can make all the difference. These Winter Touch gardening gloves combine a Thinsulate thermal lining and breathable Ski-Dri waterproof membrane to keep your hands toasty and dry in even the coldest weather.<br><br>Pliable and protective enough for winter pruning, the reinforced palms also give you extra comfort and grip when using heavier garden tools.<br><br>The perfect winter gardening gloves to keep you snug during the colder months, and sturdy enough to handle the prickliest of brambles and thorns.<br><br>Measurements (approx):<br>Ladies - W11cm x L23cm<br>Mens - W12.5cm x L25cm

  • Endorsed by the RHS
  • Waterproof and thermal
  • Hardwearing reinforced palms

Gardening in harsh conditions can be taxing, but the right equipment can make all the difference. These Winter Touch gardening gloves combine a Thinsulate thermal lining and breathable Ski-Dri waterproof membrane to keep your hands toasty and dry in even the coldest weather.

Pliable and protective enough for winter pruning, the reinforced palms also give you extra comfort and grip when using heavier garden tools.

The perfect winter gardening gloves to keep you snug during the colder months, and sturdy enough to handle the prickliest of brambles and thorns.

Measurements (approx):
Ladies - W11cm x L23cm
Mens - W12.5cm x L25cm

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Best winter gardening gloves in 40 years

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The only garden gloves that protect my hands from the cold in winter. Very comfortable to wear. One pair lasted well beyond a full season despite very heavy use.

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