Today I received my Atlas Nitrile gloves, along with the kneeler/pouch I recently ordered. Last year I had ordered these gloves & somehow lost one. Still I refused to discard that one glove & continued to use it until I realized I HAD to have another pair. Now my hands feel great to have the pair to wear! It may sound strange, but I am keeping that one glove to use for any odds & ends which may arise around the house or garden. So do yourself a favor a purchase a pair. Once you wear them, you'll see for yourself that these are the best gardening gloves ever. Thanks Gardeners Edge for always having the best products.
I somehow "misplaced...lost...whatever" one of these gloves I ordered last year. I've still been using the one, but finally decided I had to have another set. These gloves are the absolute best for so many outdoor & indoor projects. Buy them, you won't regret it! Thanks GE.
These are my favorite gardening gloves; they protect my hands but allow me to feel what I'm doing when harvesting cut flowers or veggies and weeding the beds. They're sturdy, too!
I think I received them as gift. Thought they would be just like the latex gloves I would use till my hands would get dripping wet. Then I worked without gloves. My hands looked and felt like a construction worker. I can work for at least this. I take a break and slip them back on. Best gloves ever. My hands lost the calluses around my thumb and fingers.
these gloves are absolutely the best gloves i have ever used. it is now possible to do jobs with gloves on that were previously impossible or inefficient. it is almost as if you have a second skin on.
light weight, washes very well, protects my hands better than any other, and best of all, makes weed pulling far less a chore - a real "grab and go."
These gloves are great for a variety of outdoor jobs. My company uses these gloves for landscaping. Sensitive enough to feel what your doing but tough enough to protect your hands. Whether planting annuals or large trees.
I run a commercial daylily nursery and garden and I go through lots of gloves each year, especally during shipping and line-out season. The best gloves by far I've found are the Atlas gloves. They're comfortable, flexible enough to pick up a penny and strong enough to keep the briars and thorns at bay. I cannot imagine a gardening season without them!
I really like these gloves. The cuff comes up high enough to keep my wrists from getting poison ivy etc. They really do last a long time as I get a whole season out of them. They are great for seedlings and new plantings of annuals as they are not bulky. Your hand does not sweat in them because they breathe well with the fabric but still stay clean.
These gloves are in high demand at my work location as they provide a good, snug fit and offer the ease of touch needed to perform more intricate tasks. There is a drawback in that the material used in the palms and fingers has a tendency to stick to pallet wrap material and packing tape. Also, there is not really any protection from sharp objects offered. The comfort and lack of bulkiness in the finger area make these a good work glove though and far outweights the drawbacks.
They are tough, but thin enough to feel the work you are doing. The best!