Showa green nitrile gardening gloves 370 - wet and dry grip - 2 sizes

small £6.99
in stock (shipped within 1 week)
medium £6.99
in stock (shipped within 1 week)
Quantity 1 Plus Minus
Buy Showa green nitrile gardening gloves 370 - wet and dry grip - 2 sizes: <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>Green 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>


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

Green 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

Delivery options
  • Standard
  • Next / named day
more info

A pleasure to wear

4

Really tough on the front for handling prickly roses, etc, but very fine on the back so your hands don't overheat.

EM

London

true

Best gloves ever!

5

These are the best ever gardening gloves. They keep your hands clean and dry, yet they are thin enough to feel what you are doing. When they get dirty they can be chucked in the washing machine. I have two thin pairs for summer and a heavyweight pair for winter/nettle clearing/thorny pruning

Zinzan

East midlands

2000014079

4.5 2

100.0

August pruning of trees, shrubs and climbers

Late summer is the best time to prune many midsummer-flowering shrubs to keep them vigorous and flowering well. It is also the ideal time to prune several trees that are prone to bleeding if pruned at other times, and it’s not too late to complete the pru

Read full article

September pruning of trees, shrubs and climbers

As summer turns to autumn, thoughts turn to tidying the garden after the exuberance of summer and it is now an ideal time to prune many late-summer-flowering shrubs to keep them vigorous and flowering well. It’s also not too late to complete the pruning j

Read full article

June pruning of trees, shrubs and climbers

June is a time to relax and enjoy your garden, but there are still some early flowering shrubs that will need pruning if they are to produce the best possible displays year after year. A few shrubs can also be trained into unusual and attractive standards

Read full article

June Week 1

If you do nothing else...water new plants. Make sure new additions do not suffer during dry spells. Plant up summer containers bedding once the threat of frosts has passed. Feed container plants about six weeks after planting. If it’s a nice day...trim he

Read full article

March pruning of trees, shrubs and climbers

The following notes can be used as a guide when pruning trees, shrubs and climbers in your garden during the month of March. It's timely advice if you have any of the following in your garden. Abeliophyllum, Artemesia, Brachyglottis, Brunfelsia, Buddleja

Read full article

Euphorbias

Euphorbias

Hardy euphorbias, commonly known as spurges, make ideal plants for any gardener who rates themself as ‘keen but clueless’, yet a little bit adventurous. First and foremost they are excellent garden plants that can be used in the border and in containers,

Read full article

Continue Weeding

Make sure you dig up weeds before they flower and set seed. The easiest way to do this is to hoe between permanent plants when the weeds are still small. Hand weed around the emerging shoots of bulbs and herbaceous plants to prevent damage.

Read full article