Showa water repellent gardening gloves 306 - 2 sizes

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Buy Showa water repellent gardening gloves 306 - 2 sizes: <ul><b><li>Water repellent</li><li>Soft, comfortable fit</li><li>Breathable coating</li></b></ul><br>Fully-coated latex gloves with an extra layer on the palm and fingertips, offering a powerful grip in both wet and dry conditions. Ideal for working in changeable weather.<br><br>Made from breathable foam, the durable coating cushions hands from minor impacts while allowing perspiration to escape in hot weather and retaining warmth and dryness in wet conditions.<br><br>Inside, a seamless 13 gauge Nylon/polyester knitted liner adds comfort and warmth.

  • Water repellent
  • Soft, comfortable fit
  • Breathable coating

Fully-coated latex gloves with an extra layer on the palm and fingertips, offering a powerful grip in both wet and dry conditions. Ideal for working in changeable weather.

Made from breathable foam, the durable coating cushions hands from minor impacts while allowing perspiration to escape in hot weather and retaining warmth and dryness in wet conditions.

Inside, a seamless 13 gauge Nylon/polyester knitted liner adds comfort and warmth.

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