Rose Pruning Gloves for Men and Women. Thorn Proof Goatskin Leather Gardening Gloves with Long Cowhide Gauntlet to Protect Your Arms Until the Elbow (Small, Yellow)

December 25, 2017 - Comment

Rose gardening can be relaxing and fun. However, without adequate protection, you will be left with scratches all over your arms. Besides being painful, cuts from rose spines are quite dangerous. Sporotrichosis (rose gardener’s disease) can be a more serious consequence of getting scratched by rose spines. This is especially true in people with thin,

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Rose gardening can be relaxing and fun. However, without adequate protection, you will be left with scratches all over your arms. Besides being painful, cuts from rose spines are quite dangerous. Sporotrichosis (rose gardener’s disease) can be a more serious consequence of getting scratched by rose spines. This is especially true in people with thin, delicate skin.

Exemplary Garden Rose Pruning Gloves are made out of premium quality goatskin leather. The gauntlet portion is made out of cowhide suede and reaches until the elbows. Hence, these gardening gloves offer full hand and arm protection keeping you safe whilst pruning your roses.

Please scroll up and click on the image titled “How To Measure Your Glove Size” to buy the correct size. We proudly stand behind our 100% Satisfaction Guarantee. If you are not completely happy with your purchase, we will offer you a full refund. CLICK “ADD TO CART” NOW TO SAVE YOUR ARMS FROM ANY FURTHER TORTURE!

Product Features

  • 100% natural premium goat grain ensures puncture resistance keeping your hands safe and blood-free from scratches.
  • Extended split suede cuff prevents cuts on the arms allowing you to deadhead your roses painlessly.
  • Pliable and flexible enough to maintain dexterity for fine motor tasks such as planting seeds.
  • Buttery soft texture due to lanolin acts to moisturize hands keeping them supple. Great for people with sensitive skin.
  • Ergonomically designed thumbs make it easier to grip garden tools. Great for people with arthritis.

Comments

Uke says:

Perfect for doing battle with Arizona Spiky Things I bought these to use for trail clearing in Arizona, where every plant is festooned with spikes and ready to shred lesser gloves. When doing battle with fearsome brush, especially Cat Claw, these gloves did the job. The glove part over the hands did a good job of protecting my hands when picking up cuttings and grabbing stalks to move for access to a cut point. The cow leather forearm part did an excellent job of protecting my arms when reaching deep inside a murderous needle-equipped Death…

BrendanDetweiler says:

The glove had a hole in the finger area upon … The glove had a hole in the finger area upon arrival. It was very obvious. Where was the quality control. The gloves also felt stiff.

gardenqueen says:

Very happy with my gloves I was so tired of those rubberized gloves that are supposed to protect you from rose thorns but never really worked. So, I decided to try these. I have a garden of about 20 rosebushes, most of them are over twenty years old and some are quite thorny. I’d put off the pruning job until I got these. I went out the next day and whipped right through the pruning without an issue. They are comfortable, flexible and I really like the length that protects my arms. I’m very happy with my…

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