Closeouts. Designed for maximum durability and excellent dexterity, Auclair's mechanic-style gloves feature tough cowhide construction, flexible fingers and thumb, and neoprene knuckle band for added flex where you need it most.
Reviewed by chili_bean from Denver on Friday, December 26, 2014
A little boxy for my taste, but the spandex backs help these gloves fit snug on anyone. I will be using them to pull thistles this srping. Decent gloves, thick cowhide and they look very well made for the price.
I'd recommend them.
Reviewed by skeezaroonie from rural central Texas on Thursday, January 02, 2014
Bought one pair to try them out, like them well enough to turn around and order 2 more. I've put the first pair through their paces of splitting and cording firewood, a real challenge for palms and fingers, and they are holding up well. Fit is snug as is the wont of mechanic style gloves - My XL's fit my big paws like they should. I'm very pleased to have found these at such a good price.
Reviewed by Matx from Texas on Sunday, December 22, 2013
As a gardener/landscaper, I wear holes through the fingertips of leather work gloves within 3 weeks- max. Granted, the mechanic style gloves I typically buy from major home improvement stores cost less at only $15, but these gloves have been hanging tough now for over two months of almost daily use. Important factors for me include protection, comfort, breathability, and dexterity. These Auclairs hit all those priorities on the head, plus have the added bonus of durability. Do be forewarned that some of the yellow leather dye does transfer to the skin in sweaty conditions, but only for the first few uses and it washes away pretty readily in the shower. That isn't a deal breaker for me. I'll definitely order more. Also, I've been told they're 'cute' if that matters to you. Overall, an excellent buy.
*I have shorter fingers and wear a S/M in ladies' gloves and the men's small fits a tad bit roomy until the leather breaks into the shape of my hands.