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: Jcooper530, Location: Sierra Nevada California, Occupation: Forester / Nice gloves Were looking for a heavy duty pair that would last through wood splitting and stacking. Have to say 4 days and fingers were gone. Thanks to another persons answer on how to keep this from happening, duct tape worked to keep them going another few weeks.
Reviewer: Silvertip, Location: Chapel Hill NC, Occupation: Retired Wear them just to wear them These gloves are extremely well made, good looking quality. I will use these only for the lightless of work. I enjoy their fit and feel. The leather has a wonderful scent. They look like they good take on some really hard work, but I'll spare them from that. They're just to nice. And I intend to keep them that way. Very pleased.
Reviewer: Silvertip, Location: Chapel Hill NC, Occupation: Retired Great Gloves These are everything I hoped for. The fit is great and they feel very good on. I had planned to use them with cutting and splitting wood, but they are much too nice for that work. I'll use them when I need gloves for light shovel, pick and chainsawing work. I want them to last as long as possible. No digging in the mud with these.
Reviewer: Scott13, Location: Temecula, CA, Occupation: Teacher. Great gloves. I make knives so I'm continually chipping, cutting, or scrapping myself while carving/shaping both handles and blades. These are the first pair of gloves that have protected my palms as well as my fingers. Because they are so heavy they are a little thick in the finger tips making them ungainly for most fine work (I've cut off the tops of the index and second finger on my right hand..works great).