Showa Blue nitrile gardening gloves 370 - wet and dry grip

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Buy Showa Blue nitrile gardening gloves 370 - wet and dry grip: <br><ul><strong><li>Seamless and lightweight</li><li>Nitrile coating for wet and dry grip</li><li>Resistant to abrasion and tearing</li></strong></ul><br>Blue gardening gloves that fit like a second skin and wear like leather, these great all-round gloves give you first-class protection without restriction.<br><br>A strong nitrile coating on the palm and fingertips gives them a great wet and dry grip, and makes them hardy enough to withstand the assaults of stones and thorns.<br><br>They're also light and flexible enough to give you the control you need for fiddlier jobs like potting delicate plants.<br><br>The snug, stretchy nylon means you'll find these gloves comfortable enough to wear all day. And when you've finished in the garden, cleaning them is easy. Just pop them in with your regular wash at 40 degrees.<br><br>On top of all that, the gloves come in a vibrant range of colours - perfect for coordinating with your other garden wear.<br><br>Size guide:<br>Small: size 6<br>Medium: size 7<br>Large: size 8


  • Seamless and lightweight
  • Nitrile coating for wet and dry grip
  • Resistant to abrasion and tearing

Blue gardening gloves that fit like a second skin and wear like leather, these great all-round gloves give you first-class protection without restriction.

A strong nitrile coating on the palm and fingertips gives them a great wet and dry grip, and makes them hardy enough to withstand the assaults of stones and thorns.

They're also light and flexible enough to give you the control you need for fiddlier jobs like potting delicate plants.

The snug, stretchy nylon means you'll find these gloves comfortable enough to wear all day. And when you've finished in the garden, cleaning them is easy. Just pop them in with your regular wash at 40 degrees.

On top of all that, the gloves come in a vibrant range of colours - perfect for coordinating with your other garden wear.

Size guide:
Small: size 6
Medium: size 7
Large: size 8

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Good lightweight general purpose gloves

5

Good pair of gloves for light to medium tasks

Emily the violinist

London

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These were for my gardening wife

4

Having used similar gloves by this manufacturer for many years and very pleased with them for light gardening work, I got these for my wife. She has small hands and most gloves for gardening are clumsy, fit poorly because the fingers are too long and are too thick to provide much sensitivity. She is delighted with them and like me, happy to recommend them.

Oldbones

North Wales

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My favourite gardening gloves!

5

Close fitting thin fabric enables me to do fiddly tasks easily - they've been my favourite gardening gloves for several years now.

Grandma Kate

Basingstoke

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Perfection

5

I keep them in a cupboard in the laundry, together with my dead-heading secateurs, for those 5 minute trips into the garden, which always extend to half an hour!

Margaret

Stockport

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I recommend this product. This was my second pair.

5

These are the best gardening gloves I've come across because they're strong, yet supple - it's possible to fine-weed when wearing them and they act as great protection. Although not completely thorn-proof they afford a good grip and they're quite hard wearing. I will definitely buy them again.

rae

wilts

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Lifesavers!

5

I suffer from bad skin allergies on my hands so discovering these was bliss. I can now continue to garden in gloves that still enable me to feel and do 'close' weeding

silversides

Birmingham

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Best gardening gift!

5

They are the best lightweight gardening glove on the market.

KB

Herefordshire

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