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The Insulated Duck / Synthetic Suede Knit Cuff Glove features:
Carhartt is my go-to, so I bought these glove to replace my Kinco's for ski patrol. They are warm enough and durable enough, but the snow sticks to the synthetic "leather" and makes the gloves slippery rather than just getting damp like a pair of leather gloves. Carhartt is still my go-to and I have a pair of the heavier insulated, waterproof gloves for cold days on the mountain that I like.
Used them over the holidays for wood chopping, brush removal, taking down the lights and changing some tires. Very flexible and more dexterity than expected I guess due to the Thinsulate lining being so thin but very warm. Size large was spot on. Consider waterproofing them before using...Good solid suave that should last for years. Used them in 36-40 degrees and were still warm .
Replaced a pair that was worn from years of use. Comfortable fit and durable.
Best gloves ever had
This is my 4th purchase of these gloves. I love them but they dont seem to hold up while I was installing concrete paves on my patio. See picture. On one glove the stitching failed in the palm area and on the other the material wore out having holes in the fingers.
We love them! This is our second pair! If only we could get a pair of leather gloves that hold up as good.
Amazing! Good quality!
These gloves are great, work great for ice fishing and work!
They are perfect for any farm work, especially in cold weather.
Right size for my hands and comfortable.
Amazing gloves! Warm, rugged, use on our Ranch, excellent protection from barbed wire, thorn vines. Ordered pairs for my wife,and extra to keep in the truck for myself!!!
Great service,wonderful product.
I really like the glove, fit well and are comfortable to wear. I guess there was a weak spot in the cowhide or the sewing. After second day of working on firewood there is a big hole at the base of the thumb.
I really like these gloves but even at XX-Large the fingers are tight and restricting. I wish they were a bit roomier in the finger areas, could be a bit longer overall too. For most people they are probably ok, I just have large hands.
Gloves look and feel like the quality that Carhartt is known for. Husband received them as a Christmas present, so yet to see how they will hold up, but from the way they look....
really good winter work gloves but some of us have working hands that would appreciate a 3X and 4X.
These gloves are the best - use them year round
I just purchased my 10 or more pair of these gloves. That will tell you how much I like them. My only negative is that the finger tips wear out way faster than the main body of the glove. Guess I just use them too much!
I've always loved anything Carhartt. I had received a pair of gloves for a gift. They were the best gloves I had ever had. I used them outdoors, at a college in New York State. They were warm, and comfy. After at least five years of use, I noticed I was wearing a fingertip out. I found these gloves online at Carhart, and ordered them. They are soft, warm, and comfy. They run a little big, I could have ordered large. The X-Larges give me plenty of room. I like them I will definitely order again.
I homestead on 15 acres and having a good pair of work gloves is a must. These fill the need well and keep an old mans hands warm to boot. Can't beat the quality and I'll be ordering more for sure!!
Great gloves for outside especially in the cold! Not the best fit until you get them broke in but that doesn't take long.
Awesome high quality gloves!
These gloves are durable for any outdoor work you have to do, and keep you warm as you go as well. My fingers no longer gradually get numb as the cold seeps in as I work. These gloves keep me safe and comfy all day!
Great, durable work gloves!
Good gloves, great for working outside in cold weather.
Bought these to have work gloves for cold weather. They fit the bill. They are not flimsy! A little tough to do fine work while wearing - but fingers stay warm. They are also windproof, and the cuff works well with most jackets.
I just purchased these gloves in the fall and have only worn them a dozen times or so, shoveling, hiking, driving the lawn tractor for snowblowing. I am right handed, yet the left handed glove is already cracking and showing holes on the base of the index finger. I use my cheap gloves for handling firewood and they are much more durable, even after a few years,
Use the Glove for general lumberyard work, very comfortable, and long lasting. Wore them out doors in 5 degree weather and hands stayed warm. Would recommend these to anyone who needs to get the job done. Will buy another pair .
Ripped almost immediately brushing snow off my car. Duct taped and just leave in car for emergencies now.
Very tough work gloves that will hold up to handling cement blocks and very warm.
Poor quality suede leather. The gloves actually fell apart after only three uses. This is my second review and it's doubtful that you'll see this review either.