Reviewed by ditchdigger from Minnesota on Monday, July 6, 2015
Go to any home improvement store and they'll sell leather gloves. But they always seem to be out of anything bigger then L or XL..The reason I bought these were a good price in a size that will actually fit my large mitts...I bought both the XXL and XXXL..the XXL fit snug without being too loose..the XXXL were a little looser but in cold weather,they have space to throw a liner glove in..Overall great deal,great price and great CS
Reviewed by DkHntr from Arkansas on Wednesday, November 12, 2014
Unlined glove in 3XL is the first glove I have ever found that actually fits. Deerskin is quite flexible and comfortable, just not the most durable glove in the world. Can't have everything! (Not for the stubby fingered)
Reviewed by John the molecular biologist from Michigan on Tuesday, November 11, 2014
fit excellent. Very durable.
In contrast, I paid twice the amount for some "rugged" gloves from the local farm supply store however they tore after only being used to feed our wood stove for less than one week. upon inspection these high priced gloves (not from STP) had such a thin leather layer that I was not suprised that they did not last even a week. These non STP gloves cost mye 4 times as much as the STP gloves. Last year I bought these same gloves in two styles and they lasted to many months. I go through 4-5 pair of gloves per year and the gloves I bought at STP lasted through the Fal, Winter, Spring and half the Summer seasons.
Reviewed by Ralphie from Seattle, WA on Wednesday, October 22, 2014
Great for handling blackberry or other thorny pruning and disposal tasks. These gloves are nearly pucture-proof (except for at the seams, that is) Unfortunately they are dyed a yellow which will color your hands every time you wear them. Also, they are not loss-proof. If they are going to dye your hands they may just as well make them a little easier to find on the forest floor.