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Buy Ultimate thermal gloves: <br><ul><strong><li>Soft and flexible down to -30°C</li><li>Thermal lined for comfort</li><li>Water-resistant</li></strong></ul><br>Lightweight, snug-fit gloves to keep hands cosy and dry in the colder months.<br><br>Made from soft, stretchy polyester for maximum dexterity, these gloves will stay flexible in temperatures as low as -30°C.<br><br>The latex-coated fingers and palms offer excellent water resistance - especially useful when handling wet compost, etc - and will give you a secure wet and dry grip.<br><br>A thick fleecy lining provides warmth and comfort, and the elasticated cuffs keep out stray dirt and debris.


  • Soft and flexible down to -30°C
  • Thermal lined for comfort
  • Water-resistant

Lightweight, snug-fit gloves to keep hands cosy and dry in the colder months.

Made from soft, stretchy polyester for maximum dexterity, these gloves will stay flexible in temperatures as low as -30°C.

The latex-coated fingers and palms offer excellent water resistance - especially useful when handling wet compost, etc - and will give you a secure wet and dry grip.

A thick fleecy lining provides warmth and comfort, and the elasticated cuffs keep out stray dirt and debris.

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