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Buy Thermal rigger gloves: <ul><strong><li>Tough and durable work glove</li><li>Reinforced fingers and knuckles</li><li>Warm lining for winter working </li></strong></ul><br>These heavy-duty leather gloves are real workhorses, offering robust protection for the toughest gardening jobs. Ideal for tree felling, bramble and log cutting, ground clearance and construction projects.<br><br>Stitched with an extra layer of leather protection across the knuckles, on the thumbs, forefingers, fingertips and between the fingers, with an extended leather safety cuff to protect forearms.<br><br>A thick soft lining offers warmth and comfort for cold weather working.

  • Tough and durable work glove
  • Reinforced fingers and knuckles
  • Warm lining for winter working

These heavy-duty leather gloves are real workhorses, offering robust protection for the toughest gardening jobs. Ideal for tree felling, bramble and log cutting, ground clearance and construction projects.

Stitched with an extra layer of leather protection across the knuckles, on the thumbs, forefingers, fingertips and between the fingers, with an extended leather safety cuff to protect forearms.

A thick soft lining offers warmth and comfort for cold weather working.

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