Trying to find a good outdoor glove for women isn’t easy.
Especially for me because I have small hands and my outdoor activity goes from light gardening to removing heavy tree rubble.
It’s like the retail world has overlooked that some of us chicks work physically hard.
Maybe I’m just a rare breed but I have to say that finding the perfect work glove for both gardening and clearing land takes some research.
It’s also takes trying several brands and spending a lot of money. I can’t even begin to tell you how many pairs of work gloves, I’ve tried in the last 10 years.
I’ve gone through many brands, some I really liked but they weren’t perfect until now.
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This fall, I went on a buying spree again and decided to try several brands to find the one that could last several months and offer the perfect fit.
Let’s face it, a glove needs to fit in order to get the work done.
This led me to the Well’s Lamont, Women’s Hybrid Leather Palm Work Glove.
I know that’s a long name but let me tell you it’s perfectly stated…
These gloves fit, they’re snug but not to where my hands cannot breathe. I bet that makes sense because the female hand is designed smaller.
It’s like, there’s just enough space within this flexible material to allow easy movement so it almost feels like you don’t have gloves on.
Which is weird because they’re also very protective.
For me, protection is important because when we’re clearing land we run into thorns and they can rip your skin quickly.
Needless to say, I really appreciate that leather palm with a good stitch.
When I put these gloves to the test, I fell in love and the velcro wrist is awesome because it keeps them snug.
In the past, other work gloves would stretch out after a couple wears and no longer fit my hands.
Recently a pair slipped into the fire… That was like saying good-bye to a twenty-dollar bill and asking yourself, “Now what?”
Well that, “Now what?” led me to my fall shopping spree where I discovered these gloves.
I guess watching my old pair burn wasn’t all bad and isn’t that fushia color amazing?
Friends, these gloves are a game changer and the best part they’re long lasting, even with my workload from the garden to clearing land.
Thankfully I found them online for you, because spring is right around the corner. I bet you can agree that starting the new garden season with perfect fit gloves sounds pretty sweet.
Check them out here > Women’s Hybrid Leather Palm Work Glove.
Thanks for Joining me today –
Smiles and Sunshine, Carole West