Love the glove deco - two sizes

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Buy Love the glove deco - two sizes: <ul><strong><li>Multi award-winning gloves</li><li>Hardwearing and tough</li><li>Machine washable</li></strong></ul><br>Stylish gardening gloves with a green art deco inspired print and brown leather trim. Part of Burgon and Ball’s award-winning Love the Gloves range.<br><br>Made with ultra-soft fingers and palms that won’t stiffen once dry, they provide great dexterity for precision jobs like tying, while the padded palm offers tough protection for heavy duty work with stones, wood and prickles.<br><br>A two-way stretch mesh between the fingers regulates temperature to keep hands snug but not sweaty. A wrist strap allows secure fastening to improve grip and stop debris falling inside.<br><br>Machine washable at 30 degrees C. Available in ladies' S/M and M/L.

  • Multi award-winning gloves
  • Hardwearing and tough
  • Machine washable

Stylish gardening gloves with a green art deco inspired print and brown leather trim. Part of Burgon and Ball’s award-winning Love the Gloves range.

Made with ultra-soft fingers and palms that won’t stiffen once dry, they provide great dexterity for precision jobs like tying, while the padded palm offers tough protection for heavy duty work with stones, wood and prickles.

A two-way stretch mesh between the fingers regulates temperature to keep hands snug but not sweaty. A wrist strap allows secure fastening to improve grip and stop debris falling inside.

Machine washable at 30 degrees C. Available in ladies' S/M and M/L.

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