Auclair is one of the oldest and most respected glove companies in North America, having brought their impressive knowledge of gloves from Paris to Canada in 1945. Now the official supplier to nearly every Canadian team on snow and ice - from alpine to snowboarding to luge - Auclair gloves are known for their exceptional quality, competitive grip, and uncompromising performance in all sports. The folks at Auclair are proud of their history, their family approach to business, and their unflagging desire to make the very best sport performance g ... Learn more about Auclairloves in the world. ... Less
Reviewed by Sigvarde from VT on Tuesday, April 21, 2015
I didn't realize that the coating is vinyl-like, so they don't feel great working the dirt -- they inhibit my fingers. I you get a size larger than you would in regular gardening gloves, though, you might like them. they'll certainly protect your fingernails.
Reviewed by AuntieAnnie from Missouri on Tuesday, April 21, 2015
I have several pairs of Auclair gloves, but this one isn't one of my favorites. For garden gloves, they serve a purpose, but there's nothing great about them. I have medium to large hands, and they're very loose on me.
Reviewed by karis0166 from Portland OR on Friday, April 17, 2015
I got these for a very inexpensive price with a special coupon. I thought I might use them as liner gloves, but they are not slippery enough; in fact they are quite "frictiony" which makes them especially difficult to slip under under gloves. Otherwise, the fit is good. I got size S and they fit better than expected; I have rather small hands and sometimes S is too big. I expect that I will find them handy as general light work gloves! At the price I paid I might get a few more.
Reviewed by mermaid 1 from Cape Cod on Friday, April 17, 2015
The green and black gloves look stylish and might work for cycling, but the fingers aren't reinforced and I don't think they would last long for gardening, which is the use I had in mind. The suede-like fabric does have a good grip so maybe I am being hard on the product.