Thornmaster gardening gloves
- Standard £4.99
- Next / named day £6.99
- Click & collect FREE
- Lightweight yet strong
- Seamless and comfortable
- Woven ventilated cotton
Heavy pruning can be a thorny issue, but robust protection will keep your hands out of harm's way.
These Thornmaster gloves are reinforced with a tough nitrite coating on the palms and fingertips to give you both great protection and an excellent grip.
Seamless, with a cotton polyester knit, they're soft enough to give you a good feel for potting. And their ventilated lightweight material means they're comfy enough to be worn all day.
The gloves are machine washable, and can be popped in with your regular wash at 40 degrees.
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