April Raven Sicilian lemon gauntlets

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Buy April Raven Sicilian lemon gauntlets: Tough workhorse gloves that look great with it, these Sicilian Lemon gauntlets feature an extra-long cuff to protect arms from scratches, scrapes and stings.<br><br>The ultra-soft feel, hard-wearing palms ensure a good grip while offering comfort for prolonged wear. A perfect choice for pruning among nettles or thorny/prickly growth.<br><br>Back & cuff: 100% cotton. Palm: microfibre and polyurethane. Lining: polyurethane and polyester mix.<br><br>Size: Medium / 8

Tough workhorse gloves that look great with it, these Sicilian Lemon gauntlets feature an extra-long cuff to protect arms from scratches, scrapes and stings.

The ultra-soft feel, hard-wearing palms ensure a good grip while offering comfort for prolonged wear. A perfect choice for pruning among nettles or thorny/prickly growth.

Back & cuff: 100% cotton. Palm: microfibre and polyurethane. Lining: polyurethane and polyester mix.

Size: Medium / 8

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