Carhartt Gloves are made with the same attention to detail, premium materials, and quality construction as Carhartt's apparel. You can be sure that the glove you choose has been job-tested for durability.
Reviewer: shaefs88, Location: Clever, MO Great comfortable glove! These are great gloves - very warm and comfortable. I had to buy a new pair because my puppy grabbed one and ate through a finger. Otherwise, I suspect these will last for a very long time.
Reviewer: 1Chanhassen, Location: Chanhassen, MN, Occupation: Manufacturing Very Comfortable Very nice gloves. They are broken in and the leather is in very good condition. I wear a size 9.5 to 10 at work, which is a XL size. With these I needed to get the XXL size. I learned with leather gloves, with the leather being more expensive, they tend to run small. On cloth gloves, less expensive, they run more true to size.
Reviewer: taldean, Location: PA, Occupation: Buyer Better than expected I honestly bought these gloves because I finally found something in 2XL. I figured the quality would be good, because everything Carhartt makes is. These gloves are warm enough to wear for a long day shovelling snow, and tough enough to handle the woodpile.
Reviewer: BZNflyman, Location: Bozeman, Montana, Occupation: Airport Operations Manager The BEST winter work glove If having a waterproof glove is not a concern, this glove can't be beat. Here in SW Montana, the snow is deep and dry - ideal conditions for this glove. We use these on the flight line at our airport, so they are subjected to fuels, grease, oils, and equipment handling. We typically run through two pairs per winter, but that speaks to the quality of this glove. We used to use similar brand safety cuff gloves and would go through 4-5 pairs per winter as the stitching would fail, wear through the leather, etc.
The safety cuff on these is strong, making them easy to pull on and off, and fits perfectly over the cuffs of our coats.
I also use a "clean" pair of these as every day winter gloves for shoveling the driveway, driving, running to the grocery store, etc.