Jacob Ash Ryno specializes in premium gloves for all walks of life. From hard outdoor work to winter driving, Ryno gloves are there to keep hands warm, comfortable and protected. Ryno work gloves feature strong materials like full-grain leather and tough cottons to ensure the best performance on the jobsite. Jacob Ash Ryno ensures that Jacob Ash Ryno gloves are synonymous with toughness, plus they offer waterproof and insulated designs for work in harsh conditions. Upgrade your gloves and go Ryno.
Reviewed by Folke Palm from Massachusetts on Thursday, January 29, 2015
The price was right but the first time I used them the liner came out and would not go back in correctly. The gloves also make a strange sound when using them like they are lined with plastic inside. I would have returned them but I got them dirty.
Would not recommend.
Reviewed by Mr. Socks from Boise, ID on Sunday, January 18, 2015
These are great gloves. They hold up pretty well to water and are plenty toasty. The real perk is that they have leather palms which hold up much better than the polymer ones found on most gloves. I highly recommend these to anyone working in 0 to 40 degree weather. They don't perform all that well in below 0 degree weather but most gloves don't.
Reviewed by Tanner's Dad from Ohio on Friday, December 13, 2013
I am a utility worker and tend to spend a good amount of time outdoors working. I purchased 2 pairs of these gloves and unfortunately have been very disappointed. Work gloves should be designed and able to stand up to moderate amounts of manual labor. These do not fit the bill. The seams started to fray after 3 days and the "tough cotton duck" had a hole start after less than a week. The insulation and waterproofing are nice but useless if packaged in an inferior shell. If I had the option to do it all over, I would definitely try to find better gloves for physical work.
Reviewed by Farmer Rick from NE Washington State on Monday, December 09, 2013
Bought these gloves for winter farm work. Initial impression was positive. XL fit well and were warm. But when I worked in them they quickly sweat up. They then would get clammy and cold and proved very difficult to dry out. Also, manual dexterity in these gloves is not good. Fine if you want to shoivel snow. Not good if you are trying to open a multi-tool to cut twine on bales of hay. I've given up on them. My wife is going to try and dry them out with a hair dryer. I'm not hopeful.